Aloe Vera: A Panacea of choice in Beauty Care - Shahnaz Husain
Aloe Vera: A Panacea of choice in Beauty Care

by Shahnaz Husain

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Aloe Vera: A Panacea of choice in Beauty Care

Aloe Vera, the saviour, is a widely utilised beauty agent nowadays, because of its anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties and its ability to keep your skin and hair healthy. This miracle plant produces a sticky gel that is recognised worldwide for its phenomenal healing qualities. It permits nutrients to enter the cells, nourishing them and removing toxins. Aloe Vera has been touted as a beauty panacea.

Let us apprise you of how Aloe Vera keeps your skin and hair healthy

Aloe Vera for Skin

Aloe Vera’s ability to hydrate, exfoliate, heal and offer continuous nutrition can benefit human skin a lot. Its calming and cooling effects keep the skin healthy from the inside out.

  • Cleans the Skin

Aloe Vera is an excellent natural cleanser and clears the skin when used daily. It aids in the removal of freckles, acne, and pimples. For this, massage Aloe Vera gel on your face with light hands before going to bed, and the skin will begin to clear.

  • Slow down the signs of ageing

Aloe Vera keeps the skin hydrated daily and moisturises the skin like a natural cream would. If you’re concerned about ageing, apply Aloe Vera gel to your face daily.

  • Beneficial in removing the problem of acne

Apply Aloe Vera to your face daily to avoid pimples and acne. Aloe Vera has antioxidants, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties that aid in treating acne and removing blemishes.

  • Acts As Naturally Moisturizer

Aloe Vera is a water-rich plant. It works to hydrate the skin powerfully if applied regularly. It refreshes and renews the dull dehydrated skin.

  • Beneficial for sunburned skin

Applying Aloe Vera regularly to burnt skin is particularly useful since the antioxidants act to heal and cool the skin. It reduces sun burn and adds a glow to the skin if used regularly.

Aloe Vera for Hair

Applying Aloe Vera on hair helps rebuild dead skin cells on the scalp and works as a conditioner, leading to silky and lustrous hair. This encourages hair development, soothes itchy scalps, decreases dandruff, and moisturises hair. Also, Aloe Vera has a comparable substance to keratin, which helps to regenerate hair and prevent breakage.

You can put Aloe Vera gel directly onto your hair for thirty minutes before washing them. Moreover, you can try a hair mask. Blend an equal amount of Aloe Vera gel and extra virgin coconut oil in a bowl. Apply it and let it on overnight before rinsing it off the next morning. This will result in smooth, strong, and bouncy hair.

 

Aloe Vera is truly an all-rounder and a beauty panacea. Due to its many health advantages, this healthy wonder plant is a popular home item in India. Including Aloe Vera in your daily skin and hair care regimen is highly recommended.

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