Here are 20 Tips To Use Fresh Aloe Vera For Beauty!
1. Create your own Facial Cleanser with Aloe Vera:
Just mix with Olive Oil, Rose-water, and a few drops of Grape Seed Oil in a food processor. Apply on your face. Keep it in the fridge for further use.
2. Aloe Vera As A Skin Moisturizer:
For a soft, fresh glow, apply inner gel of Aloe directly to your face after cleansing in the morning and at night (before bed).
Where other products usually fail, Aloe gel will work fast to help clear blemishes, giving you that wonderful Bright Radiance! Aloe Vera is also effective in fighting wrinkles & other age spots because the skin soak it up quickly – works as a natural Anti-aging.
3. Nourish your skin:
Aloe Vera is extremely Nutrient-rich: it has 19 essential Amino Acids, B group vitamins including B12, vitamin C, E & Minerals such as Calcium, Iron, Lecithin, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Sodium and Zinc.
4 Aloe for Skin Scrub:
Create an Organic Sugar Scrub and apply to damp skin.
Take these ingredients and blend
2 tbsp. Aloe Vera
2 tbsp. Brown Sugar
1 tsp. Lemon Juice
4.1. You could also try a Salt Scrub for rough patches:
2 cups Sea Salt
1 cup Aloe Vera
1 cup Baby Oil
2 tbsp. Honey
Mix all the above items
5. As A Skin Brightener:
Rubdown Aloe Vera on your face to reduce pigmentation and dark spots making your skin tone brighter.
6. Tighten Your Pores:
Aloe has properties similar to astringents, so rubbing it on your face can reduce the appearance of enlarged pores.
7. Acne Remover:
If you have problems with acne, using Aloe Vera will help since it removes dead cells and opens your pores to discard blocked oils. You can also apply Aloe to any scarring left by acne.
8. Soothe Razor Burns:
Apply Aloe gel to razor burns and let dry to help soothe and disappear it.
9. Dandruff Free Beautiful Hair:
If you’ve Dandruff problems, you can apply Aloe Vera to your scalp (best if wet) and leave on for 15 minutes before washing your hair. Doing this regularly before each shampoo will help keep your hair dandruff free!
10. Hair Growth:
Massage Aloe Vera into the scalp, leave in for 30 minutes and rinse. Aloe Vera is known to balance PH and stimulate the production of enzymes on your scalp which help with hair growth.
11. Aloe As A Conditioner:
Use Aloe Vera for your Hair. It’s natural and better than any supermarket Hair Conditioner. Your hair will give you a Silky Thank you! (just make sure to rinse well.
12. Aloe Vera for Coloring Hair:
Well Hair Colorants are chemical based and often seem bad for hair health. But if you choose to do it anyway then Aloe Vera can give a certain protection. Add Aloe into powdered hair dye before dyeing hair to help fight off moisture loss from drying chemicals.
13. Aloe Vera for Brighter Smile:
Aloe Vera is very good for Dental health. It whitens teeth naturally, protects Gum from unhealthy bacteria & fight with bad breathe.
14. Aloe for Nails:
As a side effect of Drinking Aloe Vera studies showed it helps the Nails grow faster and stronger. So no more broken nails!
15. Aloe for Beautiful Eyelashes:
Some women have tried aloe on their Eyelashes to achieve thicker and longer eyelashes. Apply a very tiny amount of Aloe Vera gel to Eyelashes at night before going to bed.
16. Eye Brow Plucks Gives Read Blotches?:
Sometimes after plucking Eye-brows read blotches show-up. Rub some Aloe Vera on the discolored area and watch redness fade away.
17. DIY Brow Gel:
Mix a little Aloe Vera with an Eye Shadow that matches your eyebrows. Apply with a brow brush.
18. Lose Weight With Aloe Vera:
Aloe Vera regulates our digestion system and helps our body to detoxify. It can help reduce weight as well.
19. Body Toning:
As an aging process, or sudden weight loss or after giving a child birth sometimes we can see loose skin on our body. The stomach area, upper arms and thighs are most common effected parts. Aloe Vera can help Toning our body.
20. Aloe in Scars & Stretch Marks:
Aloe Vera speeds cell regeneration, so rub it on Scars and Stretch Marks to watch them fade more rapidly.
Do you have a tip for using Aloe Vera?