Because this means sun tanning which means sunlight, and therefore skincare, and if there’s one virtue for which aloe vera achieves unanimity, then it’s certainly its virtues to moisturize the skin and help it reconstruct.
Aloe vera contains a number of essential vitamins, many minerals, as well as a rich amount of amino acids, proteins and enzymes. All these necessary nutrients help nourish and reconstruct the skin.
A more supple and resilient skin with aloe vera
Aloe vera stimulates the collagen production, resulting the skin to remain more supple and smooth. In fact, aloe vera promotes the production and the growth of fribroplaste cells. It is this, the collagen that produces protein essential for the skin to remain elastic, supple and healthy.
A less oily skin with aloe vera
Aloe vera deeply moisturizes your skin without leaving a spec of oil. In addition, its astringent action and the fact that aloe vera controls the sebum production makes this plant an ideal for those with oily skin issues. A regular application in the morning and evening will help regain a skin that is more supple, less oily and less prone to blemishes.
Less visible scars
Aloe vera strongly helps in cell reconstruction, through the nutrients that it supplies, and the dermal hydration which allows a faster cell growth, which will in turn allow scars to become less visible.
A less affected skin with aloe vera
Burns, psoriasis, eczema, diaper rash, red patches, skin rashes…… aloe vera when used externally helps nourish the skin and facilitate it with all the necessary nutrients so that it’ll become healthier and perfect.