Health benefits of Aloe Vera - Step Into My Green World | STEPin2
Aloe Vera has been used for centuries for a variety of ailments and remedies. Discover the health benefits of Aloe Vera.
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DIY: Nourish yourself from head to toe with aloe & coconut moisturizer
This recipe is for an all-over, head-to-toe aloe and coconut moisturizer that leaves your skin feeling gorgeous, hydrated, and protected from sun damage.
Do you have dry flacky skin? Then take one tbsp of aloe vera gel and mix it with one tbsp of gram flour (besan), one tsp of orange peel powder and some curd. Apply this pack on your face and neck, avoiding the area around the eyes. Wash it with water after 30 minutes. This is a good pack to keep your skin looking smooth and supple.
Aloe vera is one the few products which is an essential part of any beauty product. You can use aloe vera at home in its natural form to keep wrinkles away. Take one leaf of aloe vera plant and extract the juice out of it. Apply the juice on your face for 15 minutes and then wash it with mild warm water.
Aloe Vera gel makes a great skin moisturizer and doesn’t leave the skin feeling greasy, so it’s good for all skin types. AloeVera gel is also good for using after shaving since its healing properties will help with any small nicks or cuts.
Are you suffering for your acne marks? Do you have #AloeVera plant in your garden? Aloe Vera is a routinely used natural remedy to decrease acne blemishes. By applying Aloe Vera juice regularly on the affected area helps in toning the skin colour.
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Aloevera, the wonder herb
Of all the herbs available in the kitchen garden, aloe is perhaps the richest in healing properties and has been rightly named the “first-aid” plant. It has moisturizing and emollient properties and is used in cosmetic creams, sun-lotions, shaving creams and face packs. It can easily be cultivated as a house-plant in a sunny warm spot with good drainage. Cosmetologists mix aloe with several other herbs and draft fancy names for it. Then these “herbal” avatars are sold at exorbitant prices…