|Posted by hmazur07 on March 10, 2015 at 3:40 AM|
As enhancing as makeup can be, there is nothing better than having good skin to start with...
There are an endless amount of products on the market that claim to be the answer to all skincare prayers, but unknown to most people, that answer has been in existence since the beginning of time. It is common knowledge that aloe is great for sunburns, but the rest of the incredible benefits are often overlooked.
Aloe vera gel contains amazing hydrating benefits.
Because of the gel like texture, it never feels greasy, and it deeply penetrates to bring long lasting moisture. For maximum results I would suggest using it underneath your typical face lotion, and you will definitely notice a difference.
It also works well for those with sensitive skin due to the fact that it is anti-allergenic...
I have been using it for over a year now, and I no longer have any problems with dry skin.
Another area that aloe vera greatly assists with problematic skin.
It is excellent for those who suffer from acne since it contains a hormone in it called giberellin.
Giberellin stimulates cell growth which, in turn, heals blemishes quickly.
Aloe Vera is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and helps reduce redness and swelling.
Amazingly, acne is not the only issue aloe can alleviate. Eczema, stretch marks, canker sores, and small cuts are all among the long list of things aloe aids in.
Hunting for the magical wrinkle-reducing remedy is a common search among a surprising amount age groups.
Fortunately, anti-aging and fine lines is yet another department aloe vera gel shines in.
It stimulates collagen growth, and a large number of studies have shown that within 90 days the appearance of wrinkles was reduced. It also contains a large number of antioxidants, as well as vitamin C and E which aids in skin brightening and firming.
Whether you have flawless skin or extremely problematic skin, aloe vera can and will improve it. If and when you decide to purchase it, I would highly suggest finding 100% aloe. Avoid those on the market that have alcohol, fragrance, and dyes that are less that good for your skin. Hopefully from now on you will reach for aloe vera gel more frequently than just after a sunburn.
By Bethany Yackel
About Bethany: Bethany is a beauty blogger intern for Hanna Mazur Hair and Makeup Artist sharing her opinion on all things beauty.
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