Aloe Vera, the magical plant

Aloe vera is a plant with major medicinal properties. It is very effective when it comes to treating and protecting skin.

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SKIN

Aloe vera is very effective for treating skin ailments. It makes your skin smooth and soft. It visibly reduces dark spots, pimples and tanning. It also soothes the skin in case of sunburn. It gives you a glowing skin with regular use. Aloe vera also acts as an excellent toner and moisturizer.

HAIR

Aloe vera gel rejuvenates hair with its nutrients, giving it more elasticity and thus, preventing hair breakage. It smoothens and softens frizzy hair and reduces dandruff. It works as an excellent conditioner.

All these benefits come with regular  use of aloe vera.

HOW TO USE

Aloe vera gel can be extracted from the plant and directly applied to your skin. Alternatively, there are plenty of ready-to-use aloe gels available in the market. If opting for the market-version of aloe gel make sure that the gel you’re buying contains 90% – 100% of aloe. Apply it regularly and wash it only after 20 minutes of application to see effective results. The only precaution to be taken with aloe is that you should not go out in the sun after applying it. Then, it can cause some serious tanning.

These are all tried and tested remedies. They really work. The effect may come out to be different as you all have different kind of skin. So, relax and follow these remedies regularly to see the wonders that aloe vera can do to your skin and hair.

Do not forget to tell us how aloe vera helped you!

With love,

Pallavi ❤

 

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