The Top 2 Beauty Benefits of Aloe
Aloe vera has been long recognized as a natural remedy for burns, especially sunburns—but it has many other beauty benefits. Aloe contains more than 200 biologically-active amino acids, vitamins, and antioxidants, all of which are clinically proven to improve your skin.
Anti Inflammatory, Astringent & Pain Reliever
Aloe contains Bradykinase, salicylic acid, and analgesic anti-inflammatory enzyme. These compounds contain anti-inflammatory, astringent, and pain relieving properties. This is the primary reason Aloe is the go-to for natural wound care because it reduces swelling and helps eliminate bacteria. What does this mean for your skincare regimen? Well… incorporating Aloe or products containing aloe can help soothe acne inflammation and even symptoms of psoriasis and eczema.
Nourishes the skin and helps it look younger.
Aloe increases the elasticity of the skin as by encouraging collagen and elastin repair. This makes the skin look younger and smoother. It is also very high in Vitamins A, C, E and B. It also has a great mineral content like magnesium, calcium, zinc, selenium, chromium, sodium, iron, copper, manganese, & potassium. The vitamin that I want to highlight is the folic acid (a type of B vitamin). It is one of the vitamins often included in hair skin and nail supplements because it helps keep the skin moisturized and reduces signs of aging because of its ability to aid in cell growth.
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