Aloe Vera for Hair Fall and Skin Care
Aloe vera is one of the oldest plants known to provide many amazing benefits for skin, health, weight loss and more. The leaves hold a gooey translucent gel, also extremely bitter, and known all over the world for its unbelievable healing properties.
This translucent gel is made up of around 96% water, some organic and inorganic compounds, a type of protein which contains 18 of the 20 amino acids found in the body and lastly, Vitamin A, B, C and E. Another part of the aloe vera plant which is used is the ‘sap’, a yellow-coloured liquid stuck to the skin of the plant from the inside.
Dry skin woes? Beat them with the nourishing power of aloe vera. Aloe vera has healing and hydrating properties and is an ideal choice for dry skin thanks to its much-needed miniaturization. Instead of moisturizer, go au natural with aloe vera!
Exfoliating the skin is important to get rid of dead cells and clear pores of grime. Aloe vera is a known cleansing agent enriched with antibacterial properties that flush out impurities gently. Its antiseptic properties shield skin from bacteria which in turn prevents acne and skin infections.
Aloe Vera gel has cooling properties and is anti-inflammatory. Hence, it is one of the most natural remedies for sunburn or burnt skin. Applying this gel helps with a protective layer for the skin, and it also helps to retain moisture. It is rich in antioxidants and minerals that boost the healing process.
The hydrating power of aloe vera, coupled with its soothing nature and antibacterial properties, can help calm the irritation, reduce scalp itchiness, and protect any open wounds from worsening.
Research also purports that this hair mask can be enough to clean strands. Using the gel of the aloe vera plant as shampoo can help remove excess oil and keep hair follicles healthier.