12 Tips To Get Amazing Benefits Of Alovera.. :) !

Your mom was onto something when she snipped off the tip of an aloe leaf and squeezed it onto your sunburn. The plant has been shown in studies to help heal minor wounds eight days faster than standard dressing, not to mention it’s an antibacterial and contains vitamins and minerals that can ease eczema and psoriasis flare-ups. But creative and enterprising beauty experts are using it for a lot more than the occasional cut or rash; they’re using it to get gorgeous, too.


The word ‘vera’ means true or genuine. This makes aloe vera the most genuine and versatile panacea for all your health woes. You must have seen an aloe vera plant in a kitchen garden and must have wondered how this ornamental plant can help improve your health. Well, that is nature’s most jealously guarded secret!


#5.As a soothing ice cube

Grab an ice cube tray, fill with aloe gel, and freeze. Pop them out and store in a freezer safe container. “These little frosty fellows are great after too much sun exposure, run-ins with your stove, bug bites, poison ivy, and even psoriasis,” says Corene Hejl, owner of beauty company feedmyskin. “At our house we call it the boo-boo pop!”

#6. Face pack for tan removal

Tanning ruins your natural beauty and is not a pleasing sight. So, take some aloe vera gel and mix a few drops of lemon juice in it. Apply it evenly on your face and neck. Leave it on for 15 minutes. Wash it off with lukewarm water, to see the glow it imparts on your skin.


#7. Face pack for treating pigmentation

Pigmentations and freckles steal away your fairness. To get back to your spotless skin, make a mixture of aloe vera gel and rose water. Apply it on your face and keep it on for 15-20 minutes. Before rinsing off the pack, gently massage it for a few minutes. With this pack you can see pigmentation, age spots, and pimple marks disappearing.

#8.As a face wash

Is there anything it can’t do? Mix 1 Tbsp aloe vera gel with 1 tsp almond milk, and 1 tsp lemon, wash and let sit for a few minutes before rinsing. Since some minerals found in aloe are antibacterial, this face wash is ideal for sensitive skin, breakouts, and rosacea, says Pekar. Need an anti-aging boost? Mix 1 Tbsp aloe with 1 tsp 100% raw organic coconut oil, massage into hands until the contents are warm, then wash and rinse.

#9.Promotes Hair Growth

Aloe Vera is rich in proteolitic enzymes which help to remove the dead skin which clogs the pores of the scalp, which hinders the growth of new hair follicles. Accumulation of excessive sebum on the scalp can lead to hair problems like partial baldness. So the Aloe gel removes the sebum, making the scalp squeaky clean and promoting hair growth.

#10.For Soft Hair


  • In 3 teaspoons of Aloe gel, add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice and coconut oil.
  • Massage onto the scalp and keep for 20 minutes.
  • Wash off your hair with a shampoo.
  • In a blender, add the Aloe gel and a handful of hibiscus leaves. You can also add the flowers for better results.
  • You will get a smooth green paste. Apply this on the root and hair strands and leave it for 30 minutes.
  • Wash with shampoo. You may also have to shampoo your hair twice to remove this hair pack.

#11.For bad breath

  • Come a little closer…no, actually—don’t. When bad breath hits, drink up to 1/4 cup pure aloe vera gel dissolved in a 1/2 cup of water or apple juice, suggests herbalist Letha Hadady, author of Healthy Beauty. Aloe vera contains an anti-inflammatory compound called B-sitosterol that soothes acid indigestion, a common cause of bad breath. But resist the urge to chug; in large doses, aloe vera can work like a laxative.


#12.As a night treatment

In a literal twist on getting your beauty sleep, Tammie Umbel, founder ofShea Terra Organics, likes to blend pure aloe juice with three inches of cucumber and half an egg white for a hydrating mask you can wear to bed.



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