4 Excellent Aloe Vera for Skin Beauty Recipes (Benefits and Uses)

4 Excellent Aloe Vera for Skin Beauty Recipes (Benefits and Uses)

 

What is aloe Vera?

The Aloe Vera plant is known as the “miracle plant” and why is that?

Because with the passing of time, the aloe Vera plant has found applications in beauty treatment all over the world along with its natural healing properties.

The plant looks like a green cactus and grows to a maximum of a couple of feet.

Its leaves are bitter and prickly which is very useful as a very natural defense from insects and animals.

But the real magic is found in the leaves which hold a translucent gel which is extremely gooey and has practically miraculous healing properties.

The translucent gel is constituted of around 96% water, some inorganic and organic compounds, and has a type of protein which contains eighteen of the twenty amino acids found in the human body.

It also contains Vitamins A, B, C and E in their natural form.

 

Benefits of Aloe Vera on Face

Here we highlight some benefits and recipes of Aloe Vera for face:

 

  1)   Aloe Vera Face Mask for Acne 

To help get rid of dead skin, or If you have a dry skin, follow these uses and benefits of aloe Vera for skin, face, bags under eyes or acne scars.

Aloe Vera along with some drops of lemon juice is very helpful in reducing acne as well as acne scars.

Aloe Vera gel has gibberellins as well as auxins which help it act as an anti-inflammatory as well as an anti-bacterial agent.

The gibberellins and auxins help reduce acne from the face.

Aloe Vera gel also has polysaccharides, which help stimulate the growth of new cells.

This, in turn, speeds up the healing process from acne and also helps in preventing scar formation.

 

Recipe 1

Take one tablespoon of aloe Vera gel and two to three drops of lemon juice and combine them together into a mixture.

After this, massage the gel all over the affected areas on your face and keep it overnight.

Wash your face thoroughly in the morning and see the result in just a few days.

 

  2)   Aloe Vera for Eyes 

To help get rid of dead skin, or If you have a dry skin, follow these uses and benefits of aloe Vera for skin, face, bags under eyes or acne scars.

Aloe Vera can be used by applying under eyes to treat dryness and wrinkle formation as it has essential minerals and vitamins which help in fighting free radicals that cause wrinkles.

Aloe Vera has humectant properties which help return moisture back into the skin.

Also, the gel helps keep your skin supple and smooth and provides anti-inflammatory effects to help in decreasing puffy under eye bags.

 

Recipe 2 

Ensure that your face is clean by washing it with a facial cleanser and patting your face with a towel to dry it completely.

Then Apply the aloe Vera gel to the delicate under eye portion.

We would suggest that you use your middle finger or alternately little finger to tap the gel on the skin under your eyes.

Do not rub it into the skin as that may actually result in the increase of wrinkles.

Take care while applying to ensure that none of the gel goes into the eyes as that will result in irritation of the eye and cause a burning sensation.

After you have applied the gel properly, let it dry naturally. This recipe is best used just before you go to bed so that the gel can work its wonders overnight.

Wash off the gel after you wake up. Repeat for a few days and admire your perfect under-eyes in a few days’ time!

 

  3)   Aloe Vera for Face 

To help get rid of dead skin, or If you have a dry skin, follow these uses and benefits of aloe Vera for skin, face, bags under eyes or acne scars.

Aloe Vera is useful in providing constant nutrition to your face. It is a natural moisturizer and helps moisturize without the skin becoming greasy.

The gel treats cells on an epithelial level of the skin and is highly recommended by skin specialists in treating sunburn and removing tan as well.

 

Aloe Vera Recipes

1) Aloe Vera Face Mask (Recipe 3)

Take some aloe Vera gel and mix with a bit of turmeric powder, a teaspoonful of honey, a teaspoonful of milk as well as some rose water.

Mix well until you get a paste and then apply all over your face and leave it on for around twenty minutes. This is very helpful when you have dry skin.

 

2) Aloe Vera Face Wash (Recipe 4)

To help get rid of dead skin, take half cup of the gel, a cup full of sugar as well as two tablespoons of fresh lemon juice.

Mix together and scrub all over your face. The Aloe Vera deep cleans the face and skin, the lemon helps fade scars and tan and the sugar is useful in exfoliation and scrubbing off skin that is dead.

 

4 Excellent Aloe Vera for Skin Beauty Recipes (Benefits and Uses)

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