Aloe Vera… Aloe Vera… Oh, I love you. Recently, as in a week ago, I fell in love with this miracle working stuff.
Wait — no, actually I fell in love with this miracle working stuff 3 years ago, but it was for my hair. Little did I know, (and I may be late) that it’s just as good for the skin! *singing* amazzzinngg…
I don’t like to use many products (chemicals) on my skin, but I’m cool with the all-naturals like my handy Pure West African Shea Butter, and as long as I don’t have to mix or create anything on my own.
So I was reading.. umm can’t remember which blog exactly because after reading the first article, I backed their reviews up with research. Which led me to try it on my own since I had some stocked up. If you don’t already know the benefits of Aloe Vera (gel) let me explain…
- It’s an all-natural beauty & health product, meaning that there are several different uses; either as a fresh herb (if you have a plant), as a dietary supplement, or purchase a bottled gel (which many use it as, like myself).
- Aloe Vera literally acts as a medicine for pretty much all skin problems. It will replenish skin cells, further creating a fresh, new layer. It’s cooling to the skin — soothing and nourishing as it regenerates. It works better than all those first aid creams designed to heal a cut or topical burn. It basically speeds up the recovery process. I myself experienced a miracle job within 12 hours under my chin. Literally in 12 hours, the cut had completely healed. Spring & summer months are coming — sunburn? √
- Relieves joint and muscle pain; and also aids to ease inflammation, reducing arthritis pain. Keep in mind, this can be used internally and externally.
- For the men who battle razor bumps and scarring from the shaving aftermath, you can speed up your healing process by applying Aloe Vera directly to your face!
- Lastly, the Aloe Vera plant contains 72 nutrients, 20 minerals, 12 vitamins, 18 amino acids, and 200 active enzymes. Can we go wrong?