Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel is typically used when you get a little too much sun and need some relief. However, an expert at Baylor College of Medicine says Aloe Vera has multiple benefits for your skin. Private Label Skincare Florida has paired Aloe Vera Gel with plant Stem cells to create the ultimate in Sun treatment, to say nothing of what else it can do for your skin. See our stem cell blog, and pricing.

“Aloe Vera has lots of uses,” said Kim Chang, aesthetician with the Baylor Aesthetics Studio. “It contains antioxidants, enzymes, Vitamins A and C, and it is highly anti-inflammatory. It can help treat burns, acne and dry skin.”

Chang added that when it comes to acne, Aloe Vera works best on superficial surface acne rather than cystic or deeper acne.  We at Private Label Skincare Florida, have used Aloe Vera as a base for our Acne cream and added active ingredients to clear up Acne. See our acne blog .

“The enzymes in it can also help exfoliate the skin to make it smoother, but if you are looking for something stronger, I would recommend using a grainy exfoliator paired with a pure moisturizer,” she said. We recommend our Aloe Vera Based cream scrub which is both a moisturizer and exfoliant.  We have several varieties like bamboo, coffee, and others, see our blog and pricing.

Although Aloe Vera can help moisturize, Chang said when overused, it can dry out the skin. She says that the enzymes in the plant act like an exfoliator and any time you exfoliate the skin too much it will begin to become too oily or too dry depending on your skin type. Therefore, we have pared Aloe With other ingredients to ensure that never happens.

Another benefit to Aloe Vera is that it can help with future lines and wrinkles. “One popular question is, can it help get rid of my wrinkles, and the simple answer is no. A big thing to differentiate is that it doesn’t reverse your skin from aging , but  helps prevent you from getting deeper wrinkles and lines,” Chang added.

Aloe Vera can also be used on the hair to treat dandruff by rubbing it into your hair and scalp. Therefore, we use Aloe Vera as a base for our shampoo and conditioners, See our blog and pricing.

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Content retrieved from: https://privatelabelbeautyandwellness.com/blog/2019/8/28/aloe-vera-gel.

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