If you have acne on your face, others will say that a little bit of fresh aloe vera is good; if you go outside in the summer, the ultraviolet rays are strong, others will say that you can apply some aloe vera to sunscreen; there are small spots on the face, others will say Aloe vera can remove freckles. Is aloe really so powerful? What are the Benefits of aloe vera for skin?
1. Apply a small piece of aloe directly.
Because the fresh leaves of aloe vera contain a lot of natural moisture, it can keep the skin moist and elastic. So, you can directly cut a small piece of aloe vera, squeeze out the original juice, and gently apply it on the face, which has a good moisturizing effect.
2. Nutritional moisturizing effect:
Aloe vera’s amino acids and compound polysaccharides constitute natural moisturizing factors, which can replenish the water lost in the skin, restore the function of prion protein, prevent facial wrinkles, and keep the skin soft, smooth and elastic.
3. Anti-inflammatory effect:
Certain substances in aloe vera have anti-inflammatory effects, can clean the skin, inhibit bacterial growth, improve cell metabolism and skin regeneration, relieve pain and itching, and have obvious effects on certain skin diseases.
4. Oil control and acne
removal are mostly caused by oily skin. After rubbing the face with aloe vera, the ingredients that balance the skin can effectively regulate the skin’s water and oil balance, and achieve the effects of oil control and moisturizing. Moreover, after rubbing the face with aloe vera, the ingredients in aloe can effectively resist inflammation, eliminate inflammation and acne, and inhibit the occurrence of acne. Therefore, if people with acne-prone skin are not allergic to aloe, they can try to use aloe vera to treat acne.
5. Sunscreen effect:
certain ingredients in aloe vera can form an invisible film on the skin, which can prevent redness, swelling and burning caused by the sun, and protect the skin from burns. In addition, it can also treat ulcers caused by X-rays. It is because aloe vera is rich in aspartic acid, glycine, glycine, serine, and others, which are used for skin metabolism. This can prevent ultraviolet rays from damaging the oxidized epidermis and protect it from radiation. The metabolism experimenters respond well to the sun protection effect of aloe vera
5. Regulate sebum:
Because it has an astringent effect on the skin, it can make the skin delicate.
6. Whitening effect:
Aloe contains melanin production inhibitors, and it also has the effect of whitening the skin.
7. Bactericidal effect:
As aloe contains bactericidal and detoxifying ingredients, it has certain curative effects on pimples and swollen blisters on the face.