Herb Is Used In :- #Prevents
Premature Signs Of Aging- As your skin ages, it tends to get drier and loses its elasticity. This makes it more susceptible to wrinkles and fine lines. Aloe moisturizes the skin, and it also helps remove dead cells. In fact, research has proven that aloe vera improves the elasticity of skin and makes it smoother and more supple.
Skin- Aloe vera increases the water content in your skin, and leaves it hydrated without making it greasy.
With Sunburns- Aloe vera is widely used as an after-sun treatment because it is soothing and reduces inflammation.
External Wounds And Insect Bites- Aloe vera is anti-inflammatory, which makes it effective against wounds and insect bites.
Stretch Marks- With the passing of age, our skin expands and contracts just like elastic. When the skin stretches very far, like during the pregnancy or due to rapid weight gain, the elasticity of the skin gets damaged, which results in ugly stretch marks. These marks are nothing but small tears on the skin layers, which can be healed with the regular use of aloe vera soap.
Dandruff- Dandruff can be caused by a number of reasons. An oily scalp, accumulation of dead cells, or even an infection can be the cause. And aloe helps out on all fronts. It removes dead cells from your scalp that can clog your hair. It also has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, which fight against infections and soothe the scalp.
Heartburn And Acid Reflux- Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties which soothe the stomach lining and the esophagus. It also helps fight against pathogens that cause gastrointestinal problems.
Cholesterol And Regulates Blood Sugar- Clinical trials have shown that aloe vera can reduce the concentration of cholesterol in your vital organs. It can also reduce blood glucose levels.
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