The 5 Best Benefits of Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera is one of those plant that are amazing as it has multiple uses and benefits. It is a plant that requires you little maintenance and it grows very quickly having little aloes that you can replant in another pot or give as a gift to a friend.

We have a believe in my family that Aloe Vera also absorbs the ban energy in your house and the leaves that absorb it will turn black quickly and you should cut it. Because of that I always give a son of my Aloe Vera to a friend tat is moving to a new house. Good vibes only.

If we focus on the skin, Aloe Vera has multiple benefits that can be useful or you and your family.

HEALS BURNS

When you burn whether is from the sun or when you touched a hot surface (aka: oven, skillet or iron), the best healing and calming thing you can apply is fresh aloe on the burned area. Also it helps the healing process. Just get out the clear gel and apply on the skin directly. IS THE BEST.

HELPS WITH ACNE IRRITATION

Aloe Vera will not cure your acne , or that you need other products, but It really helps with the irritation o using hard products and also the redness on the condition. As it is a very light gel It will not obstruct your pores, but it will help your skin to recover and repair.

On the other hand it has some antibacterial properties that also can contribute to your journey to combat acne.

MOISTURIZER FOR DRY SKIN

Aloe Vera is easily absorbed by the skin, which helps to lock in moisture. It’s also generally non-comedogenic, meaning it doesn’t add oil or clog the pores of those with already oily skin.

HEALS SMALL WOUNDS AND CUTS

The active ingredients in the aloe plant—vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and peptides—work to heal skin from wounds and small cuts. To use, apply a thin layer of gel to the laceration, then bandage as normal.

It’s molecular structure helps heal wounds quickly and minimizes scarring by boosting collagen and fighting bacteria.

RELIEVE ITCHY MOSQUITO BITES

If you have a mosquito bite that just won’t quit, turn to Aloe Vera, it can help soothe irritated skin, such as from bug bites, because of its anti-inflammatory properties and it can also help reduce redness in that area.

I hope this is useful for you

Have a great and safe day

Author: Maite

Hi I'm Maite I love everything about beauty and skincare but also love travel the world to see new places. I created this blog to combine my two passions and share with you in this little corner on the web. I hope you enjoy it!

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