Aloe Vera is an incredible desert plant. The Aloe Vera plant has been a popular healing remedy for many different types of diseases and conditions and also as an aid in the promotion of greater health. It can cure and sooth burns, clean wounds and even increase healing when applied to a cut. For internal uses it can help digestion and prevent stomach, intestine problems from occurring. Here are some tips and benefits of Aloe Vera for use of the cactus and how it can help you.
As a Skin Brightener
Aloe Vera is the best skin brightener. Rub Aloe Vera on your face, it will decrease pigmentation and dark spots and brighten your skin. You can also red blotches by rubbing Aloe Vera after plucking your brows on the discolored area and redness disappears.
As a Moisturizer
Aloe is a surprisingly good moisturizer and is effective in combating wrinkles because the skin absorbs it quickly – rub some on your neck and see for yourself. Natural beauty moisturizer to bring back clear clean skin, excellent for dry skin or eczema related issues… Use a small amount after cleansing or toning for more benefits. For those with eczema or psoriasis, Aloe is possibly the best moisturizer available. Rub all over hands and feet, put on gloves and socks and let it work its magic!
As a Sun Burn Healer
Excellent to add before going into the sun or in the case of sun burn, Aloe Vera penetrates and heals the affected area. Aloe Vera has natural sun protection benefits so adding before going out into the sun is a bit like sunscreen.
As Facial Cleanser
Use a small amount around wrinkles or fine lines to allow more moisture to the area. For best results combine with emu oil to make an emu oil Aloe Vera type moisturizer that will heal in both ways. You can combine the benefits of emu oil while having the Aloe Vera moistening and healing benefits as well, its the best of two worlds. You can make your own facial cleanser with Aloe Vera by mixing it with olive oil, rosewater, and a few drops of grapeseed oil in a food processor. Keep it in the fridge!
As a Skin Nourisher
Aloe Vera is extremely rich with nutrient. It has 18 amino acids, B vitamins 1, 2, and 6, vitamin C, niacinamide, choline and the minerals calcium, iron, lecithin, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium and zinc. Thinking of this also we can come to know that how it is beneficial to us as a skin nourishing.
As an Organic Scrub
You can easily prepare your sugar scrub at home. Just take 2 tbsp. Aloe Vera and add 2 tbsp. brown sugar and 1 tsp. lemon juice. Rub this sugar scrub pest on your skin; this will work as organic scrub for your skin. You could also try a salt scrub for rough patches.
For the salt scrub take 2 cups sea salt, 1 cup Aloe Vera, 1 cup baby oil and 2 tbsp. honey. Mix all this ingredient, salt scrub is ready.
As a Cut Healer
If you get a cut, clean the area and apply a small amount of Aloe Vera to the area to speed up the healing process, it is also known to be naturally beneficial for stretch marks or small scars.
As Drink for Internal Health and Beauty
By drinking Aloe Vera it can heal internally, just make to prepare properly if you use it internally. Many health food and beauty shops recommend drinking it as well to look after the digestive tract and stomach.
More over it helps with hair growth. Massage Aloe Vera into the scalp; leave in for 30 minutes and rinse. Aloe Vera is known to balance PH and stimulate the production of enzymes on your scalp which help with hair growth.
It also works as a brow gel. Mix a little Aloe Vera with an eye shadow that matches your eyebrows. Apply with a brow brush. Aloe has properties similar to astringents, so rubbing it on your face can reduce the appearance of enlarged and tighten pores.
Aloe Vera speeds cell regeneration, so rub it on scars and stretch marks to watch them fade more quickly.
Use Aloe Vera instead of conditioner! Your hair will be silkier than ever – just make sure to rinse well.
Mix Aloe Vera into powdered hair dye before dyeing hair to help fight off moisture loss from drying chemicals.