Absolutely. Aloe vera actually contains 20 different amino acids, minerals like calcium, enzymes, vitamins, polysaccharides, nitrogen and other components that make it a great product for skin health and beauty. Aloe vera can be used to treat skin allergies as well as burns, and even do restorative work on skin ruptures.
Yes! Aloe vera is soothing and moisturizing, with powerful antimicrobial and antibacterial properties that can help to heal burns, wounds, and skin irritations of many kinds. Aloe contains a concentrated mix of essential oils, amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and anti-inflammatory fatty acids. One of its recently discovered compounds, acemannan, has been found in studies to help the body’s immune system by increasing the number of T-lymphocyte cells, or T-cells, which help the body’s natural resistance to a host of ailments. Harvested directly from the cut stems of the plant, aloe gel is a useful ingredient in a variety of home remedies.
Due to all the great properties that aloe vera has, it can be used in a variety of ways, like for burns and sunburns, insect bites, rashes, frostbite, blisters, allergy skin reactions, acne, and other ways. There are many cosmetic purposes for it too, like using it as moisturizer, exfoliating foot mask, for stretch marks and wrinkles, hair conditioner, make-up remover, etc.
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