For healthy body, skin and hair!
A great component found in Aloe Vera is salicylic acid—an important acne treatment—that contains anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and exfoliating properties, which deal with painful and annoying acne-type skin.
Dry and Dehydrated Skin
Dry and dehydrated skin needs special care and needs more nourishment and hydration than any other skin type. The skin lacks oil and is prone to wrinkles and tightness. Aloe vera is known widely for its nourishing and hydrating effects, a pea-sized drop of aloe vera can do wonders!
The gel from Aloe Vera can increase the production of human fibroblast cells by six to eight times, as compared to normal cell reproduction. Fibroblast cells are found in the dermis of the skin and are responsible for fabricating collagen, the skin’s support protein.
Some of the best Aloe Vera results to date are in the treatment of burns. Studies have shown the application of an aloe vera gel can reduce the healing process by one-third the normal time. In Case of an Emergency Gel to always have with you.
Many Aloe Vera users suffering from eczema have also reported that their symptoms reduced, with smoother and softer skin. Aloe Vera can treat damaged eczematous skin.
Hair grows all over the body except the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet. Hair is made up of called Keratin. Basically, one hair is a string of keratin. Aloe vera contains 20 of the 22 human-required essential amino acids, some of which are vital for producing keratin.
About Aloe Vera
The bio-active properties of the Aloe Vera are therapeutic as well and the plant has a long established reputation in the world of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAMS). The plant is well-known for its trans-dermal properties. It can reach deeper body tissues, allowing it to take all the nutrients of the aloe into the skin. Inflammatory type of skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne, can benefit from these high transdermal and anti-inflammatory properties. Further results have shown glycol-nutrients act as humectants— a substance that absorbs or helps another substance retain water and moisture. Aloe helps retain moisture in damaged tissue; the penetrating power of Aloe allows water and other moisturizers to sink deeply into the skin, replenishing lost fluids and restoring the fatty layer. Aloe Vera allows uronic acids (which strip toxic materials of their harmful effects) to penetrate deeply, making the cleansing astringent qualities of Aloe more effective.