Aloe Vera is a miracle wonder plant. I love it so much! It is just amazing. I have used Aloe Vera on and off for many years now, and I am always blown away by how effective it is. Back then, I extracted the gel directly from the plant and applied it straight to my hair. I did that for years and my hair was so healthy. It is one of those natural ingredients I have always enjoyed using. I am gradually incorporating more and more natural products into my life, and Aloe Vera is one of my current favourites.
I started using Aloe Vera on my hair to help it stay healthy. I have also recently started using it on my skin and it has changed my skin for the better. Aloe Vera has been so good to my skin that I can’t imagine not using it anymore. I am currently using this Aloe Vera Moisturising Lotion by Forever Living and it is so good. You can read the full review of the lotion if you missed the product review post.
The Benefits of Aloe Vera on the Skin
Here are the top 5 benefits of Aloe Vere on the skin –
Aloe Vera is great for soothing sunburn because it has cooling properties and is anti-inflammatory. It is a natural remedy for sunburn and helps heal the skin quickly.
Moisturises the skin
It works great as a skin moisturiser. It can be tricky to apply since it usually does not absorb into the skin quickly. However, once it is applied properly, it leaves the skin moisturised and hydrated. It also unclogs the pores and leaves the skin soft and supple.
Aloe Vera creams and lotions work great for dealing with signs of ageing. The products leave you looking younger by reducing and preventing signs of skin ageing.
Aloe Vera gradually lightens blemishes on the skin. I have noticed a massive difference on my skin since I started using this Aloe Vera Moisturising lotion.
Another great benefit of Aloe Vera is that it reduces acne. The antimicrobial properties in it treat the pimples. It is also antiseptic, which also helps. Aloe Vera also works as an astringent that helps reduce the size of pores, gets rid of excess sebum, microbes, and dirt.
Are you a fan of Aloe Vera? What do you think of the benefits of Aloe Vera on the skin?