Aloe Vera :-
Many people suffer from acne, even after adolescence (25% of adults including 20% of women). Called adult acne or late acne, this disease manifests as a flare-up of pimples on areas such as the face, jaw, neck and back. More or less severe depending on each case, it can then become a real complex for the people concerned.
Namely, the factors of acne in adults are multiple and specific to each. This phenomenon can be triggered by hormonal changes, pregnancy, stress, the sun or even unsuitable cosmetic care (too oily, strippers, aggressive…). The most at-risk profile? Combination to oily skin, which represents a fertile ground for the appearance of imperfections.
Fortunately, there are effective solutions and treatments to overcome this acne, and aloe vera is undoubtedly one of them. Find out why!
Aloe vera, exceptional properties for the skin
Also called Barbados Aloe, aloe vera belongs to the family of perennials, that is to say, it can live for several years thanks to its reserves and its resistance to harsh winters. Aloe Vera grows naturally in many warm regions of the world (Africa, Mediterranean, Tropics …), but it is still used all over the world as a houseplant.
The reason for the success of aloe Vera? Its unique composition which gives it exceptional properties , especially in the cosmetic and dermatological fields.
In this plant, we find among others vitamins (A, B, C, E), minerals, amino acids, enzymes, glucose, carotene and salicylic acid. So many components that give it moisturizing, softening, soothing, healing, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties for the skin. Hence its great effectiveness in treating acne problems.
Aloe vera, a natural remedy for pimples
Yes, aloe Vera is a formidable anti-acne solution. First, thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, it kills the bacteria responsible for pimples and thus helps to prevent their appearance, but also to limit their proliferation. As for its healing and exfoliating actions, they help to stimulate the repair of the skin following rashes , while reducing acne scars.
On the other hand, strong in its moisturizing, nourishing and regenerating powers, aloe Vera maintains hydration, strengthens the epidermis and allows it to revitalize itself in the best conditions. Finally, aloe Vera benefits from cleansing and sebum-regulating properties, which improve the skin texture and fight against the fatty effect of acne-prone skin .
After assiduous application for several weeks, the promises of aloe Vera against acne are therefore numerous and super motivating: the buttons are reduced, or even disappear; acne spots fade to give way to a clear complexion; the skin remains matte and luminous thanks to a regulated sebum production. Finally, the quality of the skin improves by becoming smooth, soft and silky.
What beautiful promises to display a radiant mine!
How can aloe vera be used to fight acne?
To effectively fight against acne, aloe Vera is used externally in skin application. You have several choices: first, you can apply cosmetic treatments enriched with aloe Vera in your weekly beauty ritual. There are indeed many products on the market that use this plant for its benefits, whether as a cream, mask, scrub, gel or serum.
The Organicbeuaty care treatment you need? The Purifying Clay mask . This treatment with two clays (Kaolin and Bentonite) is formulated with Mineralizing Thermal Water from Organicbeuaty care and enriched with aloe Vera. Used once or twice a week, it helps reduce excess sebum, eliminate impurities and purify the skin without drying it out.
Finally, for all fans of 100% natural care, know that you can use “pure” aloe Vera, by harvesting the gel directly from the plant, which you then cultivate as an indoor plant. To extract its gel, all you have to do is cut a leaf with a knife, remove the upper skin and collect the gel that is inside, before applying it to the skin.
Now it’s up to you to choose how you want to use aloe Vera, a plant with a thousand virtues and a real remedy against pimples.