Aloe in cosmetics
Aloe, in addition to the wide range of applications it offers for therapeutic purposes, also offers nourishment and hydration to the skin.
The use of aloe juice externally, eliminates dark circles around the eyes, while reducing puffiness.
Due to its intense healing action, aloe juice is ideal for removing scars from wounds and acne. For the same reason, its use is very effective in stretch marks and wrinkles. In combination with its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, aloe can treat cases of severe acne, even cystic. The use can be both internal and external.
Aloe is suitable for all skin types, at whatever age you are. From adolescent to mature skin has emollient, protective, sedative, moisturizing, anti-aging effects.
The damaged skin is hydrated and protected, in oily skin it reduces the secretion of sebum, in sensitive skin it offers protection without burdening it.
Aloe is a plant whose systematic use helps in the healthy development of the skin, hair and nails. You can use aloe vera gel to fight dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis, hair loss and split ends. You can tone your hair and strengthen damaged hair with aloe vera gel masks, while you can strengthen brittle nails that peel.
Make regular masks with aloe vera gel to deal with dark circles, swollen eyes in the morning and expression wrinkles in the eyes. Apply pure aloe vera gel to a pimple you want to get rid of immediately, and of course apply aloe vera gel to relieve itching, as in cases of photosensitivity.
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