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Body Gel Pure Aloe Vera Skin Repair
Body Gel Pure Aloe Vera Skin Repair
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Skin care gel is the ultimate TLC for your skin. One bottle or pack that ensures your skin an overall treatment. It helps, heals and protects. It repairs the damaged parts and also fights signs of ageing along with pigmentation, it protects from the UV rays and also cools your skin. A skin care gel is your final destination for a healthy and happy skin.
HOW TO USE ALOE VERA SKIN CARE GEL?
Pour adequate amount onto your palm and apply it onto the damaged area.
Apply twice daily onto affected skin.
The aloe vera skin care gel can be applied on open wounds and damaged skin.
It can be safely used alongside medication owing to the aloe vera based skin care gel benefits.
Curaloe’s aloe vera skin gel ensures total repair of the skin. It is an all-rounder when it comes to skin issues. It not only combats acne and excess oil but it also treats fine lines, eczema and pigmentation. A total package in one bottle filled with the richness of aloe vera.
Skin care gels ensure that the skin is protected from the UV rays and thus act as sunblocks or sunscreens. It also acts as a sunburn relief and thus can act as an after sun lotion.
Aloe vera skin care gels also have a cooling and soothing effect on the face and the body. It also acts as a good anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.
It nourishes the skin and also adds a protective layer in order to cure and heal the skin from the deeper layers and ensures maximum protection.
Aloe vera extracts are natural and thus can be used by all and generally does not have side effects. A patch test is recommended.
Acts as an anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial skin care gel.
Acts as a sunscreen and an after-sun lotion.
Can be used to treat anti-ageing signs by tightening the skin by increasing its elasticity.
It regenerates the skin and reduces the redness and burning of the skin.
Heals wounds, scratches, rashes and irritation.
Used to treat eczema, psoriasis, acne etc.
Helps in reducing scar marks.
FOUR MAJOR TREATMENTS:
SKIN CARE FOR ANTI-AGEING: Skin care gels for anti-ageing combat the signs of ageing by helping in the production of collagen and elastin which helps keep the skin firm and nourished.
SKIN CARE FOR ACNE: Skin care gel for acne focuses on the acne prone region and helps in removing the bacteria causing the breakouts and also absorbs the excess oil which aggravates the breakouts. Aloe vera skin care gels are especially beneficial for acne prone skins and treating them to the core.
SKIN CARE FOR OILY SKIN: Skin care gel for oily skin helps in curbing the excess oil on the face and also ensures that the skin does not give off excess oil. It helps in curbing the oil production of the skin.
SKIN CARE DRY SKIN: Skin care gel for dry skin ensures the hydration and moisture lock of the skin. It nourishes the dry, flake skin by locking moisture and providing hydration to the epithelial cells.
SKIN CARE FOR HYPERPIGMENTATION: Skin care gel for hyperpigmentation focuses on the area of the dark spots and patches and ensures that the pigmentation is treated from the core of the skin.
STORAGE INFORMATION: Store in a cool and dry place.
Curaloe’s skin care gel contains Aloe Barbadensis (Vera) Leaf Juice, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Lavendula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil, Triethanolamine, Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Decylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol, (Allergen) Linalool.
IS ALOE VERA GOOD FOR ALL SKIN CARE?
ANS: Yes, aloe vera gel is good for all skin care because it is a natural ingredient and is effective on all forms of skin and has innumerable benefits, especially skin care gel for anti-ageing, skin care gels for hyperpigmentation etc.
HOW TO USE ALOE VERA SKIN CARE GEL?
ANS: Take the adequate amount of skin care gel required to benefit the affected area and apply it onto the damaged skin. Apply it at least twice daily for skin care gel benefits.
WHAT IS THE USE OF ALOE VERA SKIN CARE GEL?
ANS: Aloe vera based skin care gel benefits all types of skin and can be used on various types of skin problems. There are skin care gels for anti-ageing, skin care gels for hyperpigmentation, skin care gel for oily skin etc.
CAN I USE ALOE VERA GEL ON MY SKIN EVERYDAY?
ANS: Yes, aloe vera gel benefits all skin types and can be applied to your skin every day.
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The Origin of Aloe Vera
There are nearly 360 different Aloe species. As of 2016 and with recent DNA comparison puts the Aloe in the order of Asphodelacea family in the order of Apsaragales. Previously it was associated with the Xanthorrhoeaceae, which was used for the family in the APG classification system as well as the Liliaceae family.
Among all the various Aloe species, only one variety has a legendary medical reputation dating back thousands of years, to the times of Ancient Civilization: the famous Aloe Vera plant. The proper scientific name is Aloe Vera (L.) Burm.f, but the synonyms Aloe barbadensis or Aloe barbadensis Miller are frequently referred to as aloe vera.
However, most botanists agree, and historical evidence suggests, that the Aloe Vera plant originated in the warm, dry climates of Africa. However, because the plant is readily adaptable, and because man has been so eager to carry it and bring its benefits with him from place to place, it now can be found in many warm lands.
Aloe Vera is derived from the Arabic word Alloeh meaning bitter because of the bitter liquid found in the leaves. Vera, which means true in Latin, was added to this particular species to distinguish its primacy among the other Aloe plants.
Other common names are: Chinese aloe, Indian aloe, true aloe, Barbados aloe, sávila, Curaçao aloe, burn aloe, first aid plant etc.
The virtues of the plant have been recorded by many great civilizations, from Persia and Egypt in the Middle East, to Greece and Italy in Europe, and India and the African continent.
The plant is widely known in Asia and the Pacific, is found in Japanese, Filipino, and Hawaiian folklore. The Spanish used Aloe, and carried it to their new world colonies in South America and the Caribbean.
Many believe that a Sumerian clay tablet, found in the city of Nippur, written around B.C.E. 2200, was the first document to include Aloe Vera among plants of great healing power. Two of the oldest and most profound medical documents known to civilization—the Ebers Papyrus and the Edwin Smith Papyrus (ca. 1552 BCE)—recorded ancient Egyptian medical men using Aloe Vera.
The first Western benchmark in man’s understanding of Aloe Vera is the Greek Dioscorides (41 A.D.-68 A.D.). This master of pharmacology gave the first detailed description of Aloe Vera, and attributed to its juices the power to loosen the belly and cleanse the stomach. He further added that this bitter Aloe (the sap) eased haemorrhoids; that it aided in healing bruises; that it was good for the tonsils, the gums, and all general mouth irritations; and that it worked as a medicine for the eyes. Dioscorides further observed that the whole leaf, when pulverized, could stop the bleeding of many wounds.
Is it magic?
The ancients certainly seemed to think so. The Egyptians called it the plant of immortality. The Bible mentions Christ being removed from the cross and his body being wrapped in aloe and myrrh. The women of the East placed great value on aloe vera as an aid to enhance the beauty of their skin. But, despite the profound faith of the ancients, modern sciences tells us that there is no magic as the term is popularly known and understood in aloe vera. It is a plant with a deeply intriguing chemical and nutritional composition that has set up and propagated its legacy over the years.
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