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Skincare Benefits of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has been used for hundreds of years to heal wounds and prevent infection. It can also help fight acne. Many studies have proven that adults with mild to moderate acne could benefit from the healing benefits of using aloe vera topically to cure their inflamed skin. Just be certain to discuss it with your physician prior to using it, especially if you’re combining it with other prescription drugs such as isotretinoin, that’s used to cure cystic acne. Before taking aloe vera topically, inform your primary care physician if you’re currently taking any medications, including prescription or over the counter drugs. Some prescription drugs (such as Accutane) will react poorly with aloe vera.

Aloe Vera can be taken orally, topically or by juicing. To ingest the gel, take a gel cap or squeeze one of the leaves and hold it against the flame of a candle. Although you may have seen ads for drinking the juice, it is not recommended due to possible bitter taste. The benefits of aloe plant juice are mostly found when it is processed into a cream or gel product and used for skin care or for wound treatment.

Using aloe vera gel for sunburn protection should only be done if you have already been exposed to the sun. This cream is antiseptic and can reduce redness and itching, but it won’t stop the actual burn. Sunburns are painful and the pain increases in intensity the longer you stay in the sun. Sunburns are common after swimming and for people who spend a lot of time in the water, or who exercise vigorously.

Aloe Vera products that are aloe plant gel based include soaps, creams, lotions, shampoos, detergents and hair packs. It is best to use these products on the skin only after the recommendation of a doctor, as they may react with other drugs or medications you may be taking. Some products contain extracts from the aloe vera plant, which can cause allergies, and should always be read over carefully.

Aloe Vera has natural moisturizing and healing properties, so it is good for burns and scrapes. It also helps to reduce the appearance of scars and sunspots, and it has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. The plant helps to break down scar tissue and keeps skin cells healthy and supple. Aloe Vera juice can be used topically for skin relief of sunburns and other wounds. However, it should never be ingested as it contains salicylic acid, a substance that can irritate the gums.

Aloe Vera juice may be useful in the treatment of acne but should not be considered for the treatment of pimples. Salicylic acid is a good anti-inflammatory, but it is better to take a standardized aloe vera extract instead. Standardized extracts contain all of the anthraquinones that are effective against acne, without causing any side effects. Anthraquinones are powerful antioxidants that can destroy free radicals in the body, thereby preventing further acne outbreaks. They have been shown to improve overall health and wellness, reduce cholesterol and triglycerides, and reduce blood pressure.

It’s important to note that aloe vera gel products do not have anti-aging properties. Anti-aging skincare products are available, and research is continuing on how to make aloe vera safer for regular use. Many people believe that the benefits of using the product will help to slow the signs of aging. Some researchers think that using the product on a regular basis can help to stimulate cell regeneration. Either way, there are skincare benefits to be had by simply using it on a regular basis.

You may want to think twice about buying aloe vera gel products for your own use, though. While it is safe to use, there are concerns that you may not be aware of. Many researchers have found traces of bacteria in the aloe plant. When you apply the gel to your face, you can cause some serious irritation. If you use it on your skin, you should wear protective gloves when washing your hands and avoid touching your eyes.