Aloe Vera is a common plant that is known by everyone. It includes soothing and medicated characteristics. Also, it is used to make many cosmetic products such as it is used in face wash, shampoo, face masks, soaps, creams, conditioners, etc. It also includes minerals, vitamins, and amino acids. The appearance of the Aloe Vera Plant is Fleshy, thick green color, long lanceolate leaves. The gel of Aloe Vera is full of many benefits, it is colorless and clear.
Aloe barbadense miller is the botanical or scientific name that belongs to the family of the Asphodelaceae (Liliaceous)
- It treats acne and pimples
- it is used as a makeup remover
- It is good for dry and chapped skin
- It is used to cure burns after shaving
- It is good for hairs growth, improves hair quality, and prevents dandruff
- It is almost usable for all skin and hair types
- It is used to heal burns
- It has cooling & soothing advantages
- It is useful to treat oral issues
- It removes acne
- It is helpful in anal grooves
- It is very useful to regulate the stomach functions
- It nourishes the skin
- It protects the skin from viral attack
- It produces a defense system on the skin
- It removes dead skin cells
- Dandruff and Hair fall can be controlled by the use of aloe Vera gel
There are some benefits of Aloe Vera gel is discussed below:
It contains some beneficial Properties:
- Vitamin A & C
Method to use:
Take the Aloe Vera plant and cut some pieces of it then get rid of leaves from thrones that are present on their sides, then extract the gel to use for skin or hair. You can use it on a daily basis because it has no side effects on your skin. Depigmenting compound which is present in the Aloe Vera cause the skin glows. Apply it to your hair and get long, healthy, and shiny hair. Use its gel twice a week for 20 minutes only.
The excess eating of Aloe Vera gel can cause some problems. It can only cause when it is used in high quantity & the Long term.
- Itching and Burning
- Stomach issues
- Kidney problems
- Muscle weakness
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