Aloe vera is most famous for treating sunburns, but it's also effective in treating skin injuries. It may interest you to know, however, that further studies have been conducted to determine Aloe Vera’s capacity to act as an alternative solution to various degrees and types of burns. These studies have revealed that first- and second-degree burn wounds treated with Aloe Vera healed faster than other methods.
Why does it work so well? Similar to when a plant leaf is cut, it attempts to seal the wound and start the healing process. This intrinsic system of protection, when used on one’s burns or wounds, is automatically applied, like sealing a clear Band-Aid that has natural anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic properties, thereby healing the injury faster.
- The proteolytic enzymes in Aloe Vera accelerate the degeneration of waste tissue, thus speeding up the healing process and allowing new tissue to grow faster.
- Bradykinase blocks the inflammatory reactions that are characteristic of burns, while barbaloin and aloetic acid help prevent infection through their antibiotic and antibacterial properties.
- Isobarbaloin and ester of cinnamic acid and salicylic acid are analgesics and provide relief from the pain that comes with a burn wound.
- Acemannan hastens tissue repair.
- Saponins provide antiseptic and cleansing properties.
- Sterols contain analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic advantages.
The Curaloe Aloe Vera Body gel with 95% Aloe Vera, Tea Tree Oil and Lavender Oils is the best way to treat burned skin; if the burn is on the face, use the Curaloe Facial Gel with 95% Pure Aloe Vera.
To complete the homecare we recommend the use of the Revitalizing Support Supplement, drink 30ml a day for best results.