Most important for acne sufferers is the ability to speed healing which reduces scarring. This is a priority for anyone suffering from acne. Excellent results are achieved by applying a thin layer of aloe vera gel on the affected skin. The enzymes in the gel relieve pain, reduce inflammation and decrease redness. As a result of accelerated healing, scarring is greatly reduced. Aloe vera has been proven to help those who suffer with Acne improve their condition and promote healing of scar tissue formed by excessive swelling and inflammation. The aloe vera gel can be applied directly to any affected area.
It can be used either day or night, although some people prefer to apply it at night and wash it off in the morning. This method makes it act as a toner, to tighten the skin, making it look fresh and giving you a younger appearance when used on a regular basis.
Some little-known applications of Aloe Vera:
What gives Aloe Vera its incredible Power to Heal, Protect, Nourish & Moisturize?
Aloe Vera contains allantoin (a valuable cell-proliferating healing agent that stimulates healthy tissue formation) which is what gives it it's healing powers; increasing the availability of oxygen to the skin, and increasing the synthesis and strength of the skin itself.
Chemical analysis has shown the presence of mucopolysacharides, a natural moisturizing factor. It also moisturizes and rejuvenates the skin by stimulating synthesis of elastin and collagen speeding healing, reducing scarring, retarding aging, and penetrating with moisture carrying emollients that soak deep into the layers of the skin.
Aloe Vera contains the "youth mineral" potassium. It also contains naturally occurring antioxidants in the form of vitamins B complex, C and E, plus beta-carotene which is converted by the body into vitamin A; all needed desperately by the skin.
No matter what your skin type or condition, Aloe Vera provides the best possible protection. If you could only use one Skin Care product - Aloe Vera is the one you should choose.
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