You have vowed to tighten your tap faucets, unplug your computer before bedtime and even switch off the lights before you leave the room. Now with the green groove setting in, isn’t it just the right time to banish the tons of chemical lotions and creams from your beauty shelves and go green with your beauty wares? Well, what better way to start your ‘go-green’ beauty ritual than with the au natural aloe vera. This juicy plant, with long spear-like spikes and serrated edges, has been deemed as nature’s wonder elixir and have been zealously used in sunscreen lotions, toothpastes and various topical solutions. This naturally occurring wonder is goaded with curative properties and has been used for centuries now to treat prickly rashes, burns, wounds etc. The best thing about organic aloe vera gel is that, unlike bottled gels that are found over the counters, it is pure and natural and can be applied directly on skin sans any side effects. To unearth more on the uses of organic aloe vera gel, read on.
Uses Of Organic Aloe Vera Gel
- Remember the time when you almost scathed yourself as a kid and your mom came running to you with aloe vera gel that took the sting out of your burn almost immediately. Well, aloe vera gel, touted as nature’s wonder drug is the ultimate cure for burns, rashes and all kinds of skin irritation and can be directly squeezed into cuts, abrasions, blisters, scalds, sunburns, sores and insect bites for instant relief. Not only is it effective against inflammation, cuts and burns, but is equally feted for its cooling effect as well.
- You have tried almost everything on the beauty rack, but your acne just won’t go! Well, if you are really looking to banish your beauty blues, then zealously apply organic aloe vera gel on your skin and see acne, wrinkles, age spots and blemishes fade away. Flaky, peeling, itchy, flared up skin can be quite a nuisance. The best way to deal with this is to slather organic aloe vera gel on your skin as often as possible. Aloe vera gel is gentle on the skin and is known to soothe irritated skin.
- No matter how much anti-dandruff creams, solutions and shampoo you slather on your head at the end of the day, it is barely able to axe your itch. Get rid of the dry flakes and bid adieu to your dandruff for good by generously massaging organic aloe vera gel on your hair and scalp. Leave it on for some time and rinse off with cool water. Organic aloe vera gel is believed to be equally effective against psoriasis, seborrhea and even male balding.
Does your gum bleed profusely every time you floss your teeth? Do you experience a tingling sensation on your teeth or are your teeth overly sensitive to hot and cold foods? If you are bogged down with periodontal pains, then rubbing some organic aloe vera gel on your gums can alleviate the pain and inflammation. Organic aloe vera gel is used as an active ingredient in many types of toothpastes and can be included in your daily dental care to keep your pearly whites in shape.
- Does your eyes sting, burn and water after a long day in front of the computer? Try washing your eyes with aloe vera gel, organically extracted from the natural greens. Just squish some aloe vera gel in a cup of water and add a teaspoon of boric acid. Strain through a sieve and apply it in your eyes for soothing relief. Organic aloe vera gel can also be applied in and around the eyes to get rid of hideous dark circles as well.
- Aloe vera gel is plugged as a key ingredient in most medicines and is known to offer cure against gastronomical disorders, headaches, kidney problems, chest inflammation, sinus and more. However, before you ingest the gel, know that aloe vera contains a yellow juice called aloin that is believed to be a powerful laxative. So it is best to consume aloe vera gel in moderation.