You need to know the best ways to apply Aloe Vera on your skin for the best results you desire.
Aloe Vera is a short stemmed shrub which also doubles as a medicinal plant that has been used for many years to treat various skin ailments.
It is rich in Vitamin C, E and beta carotene, giving it anti-ageing qualities. It moisturises the skin without leaving it greasy, making it a great pick for people with oily skin.
What you need from the plant is really the gel. You can either buy the gel or extract it, simply by scooping out the gel from the plant and blending it.
Here are different methods on how to apply Aloe vera gel for different skin conditions.
1. For Dry Skin
Take some Aloe vera, a pinch of tumeroca teaspoon of honey, a teaspoon of milk and a few drops of rosewater. Blend this mix till you get a paste. Apply it and leave in for about 20 minutes or so.
2. For Dead Skin
Grab half a cup of fresh Aloe vera gel, a cup of suger and two tablespoons of lemon juice. The sugar will help exfoliate and scrub off seas skin, the Aloe vera will deep clean the akin and the lemon will help fade out scars and tan.
Stir the three ingredients together and scrub both face and body.
3. For Acne
Take some of vera gel, blended walnuts with a flour like consistency and honey. Aloe Vera’s healing properties coupled with antioxidants from honey will leave you with a smooth and clear skin.
4. For Sensitive Skin
Grab some Aloe vera gel, cucumber juice, yogurt and rose oil and blend them into a paste. Apply and leave for about 20 minutes then rinse off.
5. For Oily skin
Remove the skin from half of a cucumber and cut it into small pieces, but the pieces in the blender and add two to three table spoons of fresh Aloe vera gel.
Blend them together to get a smooth paste, apply the mixture evenly over the face and neck. Allow it to sit on the skin for fifteen to twenty minutes, then wash off with fresh water. Repeat regularly.
So there you go, start applying Aloe Vera for that skin you desire!
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