Aloe Barbadensis Leaf (Aloe Vera Gel) Juice

 Aloe Barbadensis Leaf (Aloe Vera Gel) Juice

  • Aloe is a cactus-like plant that grows in hot, dry climates.

  • Aloe gel is the clear, jelly-like substance found in the inner part of the aloe plant leaf

  • Aloe Vera is perhaps one of the most widely used herbal remedies for topical skin conditions. This is because the gel-like components of the plant are known to heal the skin from a variety of minor ailments.

  • Benefits: If you’re dealing with a chronic skin condition, it’s a good idea to check with your dermatologist before applying any products to it. Talk to your doctor about the following potential benefits of Aloe Vera:

    • Burns: For minor burns, apply aloe vera gel to the affected area up to three times daily. You may also need to protect the area with gauze
    • Sunburn: While Aloe Vera helps soothe sunburn, research shows that it's not an effective way to prevent sunburn, so make sure you wear sun protection every day
    • Small abrasions: If you’ve scuffed up your chin or forehead, you can apply Aloe Vera to the area for quick relief from pain and burning sensations.
    • Cuts: If you’re used to grabbing Neosporin for a minor cut, consider trying Aloe Vera instead. Its molecular structure helps heal wounds quickly and minimizes scarring by boosting collagen and fighting bacteria
    • Dry skin :Aloe Vera gel absorbs easily, making it ideal for oily skin. However, it can help treat dry skin, too. Consider swapping out your regular moisturizer for aloe after bathing to help seal moisture into your skin
    • Frostbite: Frostbite is a serious condition that requires emergency medical treatment. While Aloe Vera gel has been used historically as a frostbite remedy, ask your doctor first before trying it
    • Cold sores: Unlike canker sores, cold sores develop on the outside of your mouth. Aloe Vera may help treat the herpes virus, which is also the underlying cause of cold sores. Apply a small amount of the gel to your cold sore twice daily until it goes away
    • Eczema: The moisturizing effects of aloe can help alleviate dry, itchy skin associated with eczema. Aloe Vera gel may also help alleviate seborrheic dermatitis. While this oily form of eczema is most often found in the scalp, it can also affect parts of your face and behind the ears, too
    • Psoriasis: As with eczema, aloe Vera may help alleviate inflammation and itchiness from psoriasis. For best results, apply Aloe Vera gel twice daily to the affected area of skin
    • Inflammatory acne: Due to the anti-inflammatory effects of Aloe Vera, the gel may help treat inflammatory forms of acne, such as pustules and nodules. Apply the gel with a cotton swab directly to the pimple three times daily
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