How to keep spotless skin by using aloe Vera gel


Aloe Vera is rich in Vitamin C,E and beta carotene that give it nourishing and anti-ageing qualities.

Aloe Vera is a cactus plant that belongs to the Liliaceae family. It grows in dry climates such as those found in parts of Africa and India and has been used medicinally for centuries.

Various studies have been conducted to examine the benefits of the aloe vera plant and it was found out that aloe vera does in fact have several properties that are effective in treating a variety of skin conditions, from flaky or dry skin, cosmetic ailments, hair and scalp problems to many more.The useful Aloe plant has been prized as a healing herbal remedy since ancient times. Not only does it nourish the body from within – aiding digestion, providing beneficial nutrients and boosting immune function – but it can be used topically to enhance the health and beauty of your face, skin, hair and more.use aloe gel as a remedy for skin conditions, including burns, sunburn, frostbite, psoriasis and cold sores,

Aloe Vera Nutrition Facts
Aloe vera is one of approximately 420 species of the genus Aloe; the botanical name of aloe vera is Aloe barbadensis miller, and it belongs to the Liliaceae family. It’s a perennial, xerophytic, succulent plant that’s green and has triangular, fleshy leaves with serrated edges. The geographic origin of aloe vera is believed to be in Sudan, and it was later introduced in the Mediterranean region and most other warm areas of the world, including Africa, Asia, India, Europe and America.

Aloe gel is the clear, jelly-like substance found in the inner part of the aloe plant leaf. Aloe latex comes from just under the plant’s skin and is yellow in color. Some aloe products are made from the whole crushed leaf, so they contain both gel and latex.

Aloe vera is considered to be the most biologically active of the Aloe species; astonishingly, more than 75 potentially active components have been identified in the plant, including vitamins, minerals, saccharides, amino acids, anthraquinones, enzymes, lignin, saponins and salicylic acids. It provides 20 of the 22 human-required amino acids and eight of the eight essential amino acids.

Aloe vera contains many vitamins and minerals vital for proper growth and function of all the body’s systems. Here’s an easy explanation of aloe vera’s active components:

Aloe vera contains antioxidant vitamins A, C and E — plus vitamin B12, folic acid and choline.
It contains eight enzymes, including aliiase, alkaline phosphatase, amylase, bradykinase, carboxypeptidase, catalase, cellulase, lipase and peroxidase.
Minerals such as calcium, copper, selenium, chromium, manganese, magnesium, potassium, sodium and zinc are present in aloe vera.
It provides 12 anthraquinones — or compounds known as laxatives. Among these are aloin and emodin, which act as analgesics, antibacterials and antivirals.
Four fatty acids are present, including cholesterol, campesterol, beta-sisosterol and lupeol — all providing anti-inflammatory results.
The hormones called auxins and gibberellins are present; they help with healing wounds and have anti-inflammatory properties.
Aloe vera provides sugars, such as monosaccharides (glucose and fructose) and polysaccharides.


Aloe vera boosts collagen and hyaluronic acid production, meaning it helps to prevent wrinkles and sagging skin. Its antioxidant content zaps free radicals that are partly responsible for premature skin ageing. This anti-ageing mask contains aloe vera and cucumber (packed with vitamins A, C and E) for a firm, smooth complexion.
You'll need:
- 100g of aloe vera pulp
- 100g of cucumber
Mix the 2 ingredients with a bit of water to get a smooth paste. Apply it to your face and leave to work overnight. Rinse it off in the morning and follow by applying your usual day cream.


How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for a Natural Skin Peel

Glycolic acid — Found in everything from cane sugar to sour cream, glycolic acid is a key ingredient in many peels, especially homemade chemical peels for exfoliation. This acid sloughs away the top layers of the skin for a refreshing, rejuvenated result. Glycolic acid is also found in vinegar, apples, blackberries and a wide variety of citrus fruits (including lemons, limes and grapefruits)

I recommend  using Bragg Apple cider vinegar
To make this corrective facial mask, simply combine the apple cider vinegar with the applesauce and stir well until fully combined. Apply the mixture to your face and let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes before thoroughly removing it with a soft cloth and water.

Those of you with normal skin that's not dry or prone to excess sebum. Anyone who needs to boost their complexion after a sleepless night.
You'll need: - 2 tablespoons of honey -1 tablespoon of sugar
Mix both ingredients until you get a smooth paste. If it's too thick for your liking, you can always add a teaspoon of olive oil. Apply to your face, avoiding your eye contours. Massage it in for a few minutes using small, circular movements and then rinse off with lukewarm water. The benefits? The sugar will give you a bright, dewy complexion, whilst the nourishing honey will moisturise your skin.

Argan oil is ultra-nourishing. Packed with vitamin E, essential fatty acids (omega 6 and 9) and polyphenols, it moisturises dry skin, helps reconstruct the hydrolipidic film and combats damage caused by pollution, wind and the sun. Rich in antioxidants and unsaponifiable compounds, it has powerful anti-ageing properties that revitalise our skin and slow down signs of ageing. In short, this oil is THE active ingredient when it comes to preventing oxidation and dry skin!

Argan oil's restructuring properties make it perfect for nourishing, softening treatments. What's more it reduces acne scars, soothes chapped lips and calms burns. Its antioxidants prevent signs of ageing, leaving skin supple and elastic.
For an argan oil anti-ageing mask you'll need:
- 1 tbsp of argan oil
- 2 tbsp of white clay
- a few drops of rose essential oil

Mix the white clay with a bit of water to get a thick paste. Mix in the argan and rose oils. Apply to your face, leave for 10 minutes and rinse off with warm water. The result? The argan and rose oils will boost cell renewal and help oxygenate your epidermis, whilst the white clay will gently purify your skin. Our tip: add a few drops of argan oil to your night cream to prolong the beneficial effects of the mask.

Argan oil doesn't just moisturise and nourish - it also works wonders in scrubs!
For a homemade scrub, you'll need:
- 1 tbsp of argan oil
- 1 egg white
- 3 tbsp of milk
- 2 tbsp of sugar

Mix the milk and egg white, then add the sugar and argan oil. Mix until you get a smooth paste. Apply to your face and neck using light, circular movements. Leave for 15 minutes and then rinse it off. It'll unclog your pores, remove dead cells and leave your skin baby-soft and squeaky clean. Your freshly glowing complexion will be able to breathe!

Argan oil brightens dull skin and reduces the appearance of age spots.
For a brightening cream, you'll need:
- 2 tbsp of freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 2 tbsp of plain yogurt
- 1 tbsp honey
- 5 drops of argan oil

Mix the lemon juice, yoghurt and honey until you get a smooth paste. Add the argan oil. Massage it on to your face for a few minutes and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse with plenty of cold water. Your complexion will be left youthfully plump and glowing.

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