How aloe vera helps skin
Aloe vera is popularly considered to be a modest house plant but its skin benefits pack a punch. The gel derived from the aloe vera plant has incredible cooling properties while also being anti-inflammatory. It is rich in antioxidants and minerals that can speed up the skin’s healing process. Chocked full of beta carotene, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E aloe vera gel brightens up the skin, helps relieve surface dryness, and has anti-aging properties for the long term. Aloe vera gel is also a humectant meaning it draws water to the surface of the skin without clogging one’s pores.
Can aloe vera remove pimples?
Aloe vera can certainly help reduce breakouts and treat pre-existing acne on the skin. It has both gentle cleansing and antimicrobial properties that help heal acne without damaging the skin barrier. Aloe Vera gel is also an antiseptic meaning it protects against the growth of bacteria on the skin’s surface. The gel also contains gibberellins and polysaccharides that promote the growth of new cells while simultaneously reducing inflammation and redness. Aloe vera also has astringent properties meaning that it helps flush out excess sebum, dirt, and microbes from the skin while giving the appearance of smaller pores.
Can aloe vera gel be used as a moisturiser?
Aloe vera is a great natural moisturiser, especially for those who struggle with excess sebum. Unlike regular moisturisers with oils, aloe vera gel does not leave a film of grease on the skin after it is applied. In fact, it usually does the opposite. It helps unclog the pores with its astringent properties while deeply hydrating the skin. Some people also use aloe vera gel on their face and body after shaving since it heals any cuts, burns, nicks that happen after shaving. It also relieves the dryness that occurs after shaving.
Can aloe vera remove dark spots?
Aloe vera gel is fantastic for fading dark spots. Not only does it have wound healing properties, but it also speeds up skin cell production by up to eight times. In fact, aloe vera is popularly used as a gentle treatment for first and second-degree burns! Being anti-inflammatory it also reduces skin redness and prevents further bacterial buildup around already inflamed skin. Aloe vera gel also penetrates the skin surface faster than water and keeps it hydrated for longer which is essential for healing dark spots.
Which aloe vera gel is the best for your face?
Combining the anti-inflammatory benefits of green tea, and antioxidant-rich pomegranate extract, the Auravedic Pure Aloe Vera Gel is a multipurpose gel that can keep your skin glowing and your hair healthy. This gel is naturally anti-bacterial and can heal the skin from the oxidative stress it undergoes from UV and pollution during the day. This gel is suited to all skin types, especially those with sunburnt skin, and it also sits well under makeup.