Meet aloe vera, the plant of immortality. Although aloe has been used for thousand of years, we discovered this amazing plant few decades ago for its health, beauty, medical and skin care properties.
Aloe vera is widely used in many skincare and cosmetic’s products. This plant is really skin friendly and has a low risk of causing allergy or skin reactions. Let us introduce you to all amazing advantages of this product. Scroll down to read how to use it to get flawless, smooth skin and to find out how to make yor own antibacterial gel with aloe vera :)
Well, now when everyone knows that sticky, transparent aloe juice has many benefits and it can get rid of almost all your skin problems, let’s focus on details. Aloe vera has moisturizing properties and absorbs into the skin like magic. It turned out to be a perfect moisturizer even for oily skin and acne because of its light consistency. Aloe gel has also been known for its healing properties that can be soothing for skin that has been exposed to the sun for a long period of time. Aloe can be used to reduce skin irritation, inflammations, rash, itchiness and redness. It is a fantastic remedy for sensitive skin. Furthermore, its anti-inflammatory properties may helps to cure boils and cysts.
Loss of skin elasticity, wrinkles, crow’s feet and sagging skin are a natural part of aging process. Aloe gel may help you! It keeps your skin hydrated and restores radiance. Not only does it eliminate visible wrinkles and age lines but also prevents premature skin-aging. Aloe vera can help inhibit the growth of certain bacteria which causes acne and spots. You can finally get rid of acne scars and discoloration! Aloe vera gel contains powerful antioxidants and vitamin E which brightens the skin. Due to its cooling effect, it can reduce the swelling and the puffiness around the eyes.
In our assortment you can find aloe gel containing 99% of pure aloe. Available in 3 capacities:
The aloe offer a wide range of applications:
Face and body: Apply gel on face or body, gently massage into skin and leave to absorb.
Hair: Rub the gel directly into the scalp and let it sit for an hour, use a shampoo to wash the hair and scalp.
Nails: Spread a little of the gel on each nail bed and plate. Massage the gel for at least 30 seconds. You can either rinse your nails off or leave the aloe on your fingers until it dries.
TIP: The aloe as an antibacterial gel!
Washing your hands, same as brushing teeth and using deodorant, is a simple thing we all do every day without thinking about it. It is very important to maintain personal hygiene during cold and flu season.
We present a method how to make your own antibacterial gel at home.
What do you need?
- A small bottle to contain your mixture
- Isopropyl or rubbing alcohol (99% alcohol volume)
-Aloe vera gel
How to make it?
It’s very easy! Mix all the ingredients thoroughly until they’re well blended. The key to make an effective hand sanitizer is to stick to a 2:1 proportion of alcohol to aloe vera. This is the minimum amount needed to kill most germs.