Aloe Vera

SOOTHES AND HYDRATES THE SKIN.

The Aloe Vera’s original habitat spans across Africa, Asia, Australia and America so people from all over the world have relied on aloes' abilities when faced with vulnerability of their skin.

This wonder-plant is originated in Mexico and has been used for over three thousand years now. It was first used by Mayans who consumed its gel to treat ulcers and soak in bathwater to relieve rheumatism pain. As time went by, Egyptians started using Aloe Vera for cosmetic purposes like improving complexion and treating skin disorders. They also used aloe vera for treating burns and wounds.

This plant is known for its medicinal and cosmetic uses. It can be used for soothing sunburn, relieving itchy skin and acne, and treating rashes in babies - you name it: Aloe vera has been there to help in more ways than one. It is not just one of that stuff that you can buy at your local drugstore, but it is also considered as a generous gift from nature.

It is widely used in skincare products and has been proven to be effective with its various medicinal and cosmetic uses.

  • Pure Aloe Vera gel reduces itching and redness of the skin; aloe vera is also effective in treating acne, psoriasis and other inflammatory skin conditions. This gel can be used to facilitate wound healing, promote cell growth and reduce ageing.
  • Skincare products that contain it are advised for dry or irritated skin because of its moisturising effects.
  • Aloe vera contains high quantities of amino acids, minerals, vitamins A, C and E that nourish the skin when applied topically.
  • It helps to maintain collagen levels in the skin by preventing free radical damage caused due to sun exposure or pollutants in the air.
  • Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that help in treating rashes in babies and soothes burn wounds.

 

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