Aloe Vera uses for the skin
The Aloe Vera is a cactus plant that belongs to the Liliaceous family: This sensational plant grows in very dry climates and has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. Aloe Vera has been used in scientific, study for a long time, from the Egyptians to modern day medicine, it has been used because it is relieving and replenishing properties to the skin.
The gel of an Aloe Vera plant has two different hormones, Auxin and Gibberellins. These 2 amazing hormones provide fantastic healing and anti-inflammatory properties that can aid and reduce skin inflammation.
Did You Know?
This plant is simply just amazing, did you know that Aloe Vera produces 6 different natural antiseptics, which can kill viruses, bacteria’s and mold. Aloe Vera is also known as ‘The Plant of Immortality’ which was named by the ancient Egyptians and was used for its healing properties.][
5 Uses for Aloe Vera on the skin
- Aids in healing burns and sunburns (it has great healing properties)
- Aids in better digestion (better health)
- Treats; Acne, Psoriasis & Stretch Marks
- Treats and Aids in Itchy skin (relief)
- Can aid, moisturize and help in the relief of dry skin.
Aloe Vera is a stem-less or very short-stemmed succulent plant growing to 60–100 cm (24–39 in). The leaves of this fantastic plant are thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with some varieties showing of white flecks on their upper and lower stems. The margin of the leaf is serrated and has small white, the plant allows for better access to mineral nutrients in soil.
As you can see there are some really good points to start using Aloe Vera gel today, from Stretch Marks, Acne Treatment, Itchy Skin and Moisturizes and Helps to relieve dry skin.
Aloe Vera uses for the skin – Natural Soap Benefits