Aloe became the most popular and beloved component used for care. No matter the age, skin type, gender… everybody loves it. It perfectly refreshes, moisturizes, and regenerates no matter your skin type. It ensures exceptional conditioning effects. Aloe is great for use on the skin, but can also be used for hair. It is amazing as a base for use before natural oil. Learn all about how to use aloe to obtain the maximum benefits.
Aloe – the composition your face will love
The pulp of thick inconspicuous leaves contains over 200 components precious for the entire organism! It contains 18 out of 22 amino acids that are present in the human organism. Those are necessary for protein production – the building block of our skin, hair, nails. In other words, those are the way to young, healthy skin and correctly working cells.
In the aloe composition, you will find:
- good fatty acids which regulate processes in skin cells,
- organic acids: apple, lemon, grape seed, and salicylic – epidermis renewal,
- plant-based enzymes – take care of cellular respiration,
- egzo- and endogenic amino acids – prevent aging processes on the molecular level,
- vitamins B (including biotin) – invaluable in proper skin functioning,
- vitamins A, C, E – also known as vitamins of youth, essential in skincare,
- folic acid – stimulates cellular repair,
- mineral salts of zinc, iron, phosphorus, calcium, potassium,
- manganese – effectively regenerate the skin,
- antioxidants – eliminate free radicals, take care of skin hydration.
Aloe in cosmetology – the action
- deeply moisturizes
- calms inflammations and irritations
- protects skin against burns and soothes skin after sun exposure
- supports and speeds up healing processes of burns, minor wounds,
- and cuts
- calms redness (perfect for couperose skin)
- calms irritations after shaving and waxing
- lessens puffiness and dark circles under eyes
- regenerates and nourishes the skin
- calms skin inflammations
- makes spots less apparent
- heals acne scarring
- lessens and eliminates skin roughness
- brightens the skin as well as scars and hyperpigmentations
- eliminates discomfort caused by insect bites
Aloe for the face – when to use it?
Use it if you have dry skin, irritations, pimples, acne. Aloe will speed up regenerative processes of the epidermis, it will brighten hyperpigmentations, calm allergic reactions. Aloe will come handy also when our skin is swollen, fatigued, or dull.
Aloe on the face – how to use it?
It works awesome in the form of a gel, but it is best to use it as a face serum with aloe. Its light-weight formula delivers the particles to the deep layers of the skin and nourishes in a more effective way than aloe gel. The aloe gel is better as a body and hair care product.
For which problems should you use aloe?
- dry and dehydrated skin
- irritations – e.g. sunburns and redness
- swelling and puffiness – mostly around eyes
- acne and other imperfections
- dry, dull hair without vitality
- fatigued and dull skin
- hyperpigmentation and acne scarring
- loose skin and wrinkles.