Aloea vera is a species of plant native to Africa and the gel extracted from the leaves is supported by medical research as being beneficial for us.
Well I’m willing to look at anything which helps me.
Throughout history aloe vera has been used in herbal medicine by the ancient Greeks and Romans to assist in healing wounds and digestive disorders.
Did you know our skin is the largest organ of the body?
Why do we neglect protecting our skin against ultra violet light and consequently allow it to get damaged when we can do something to minimise the harm?
Today aloe vera is used extensively to relive sunburn, forming a layer of gel which helps reduce infection.
So why not use a regular skin treatment, coupled with an SPF sunscreen including additional antioxidants as a proven method to minimise the damaging effects of the environment and help with skin protection?
Even if we do limit our exposure to the sun to midday, wear a wide brim hat and sunglasses we still need to use products specifically developed to minimise skin damage.
Yes we all need sun light to help the body produce vitamin D which assists with the body’s ability to absorb the calcium we need for strong bones.
Too much sunlight though brings with it the risk of not only sunburn but a risk of skin cancer.
We all know about the ozone layer disappearing and this has increased the dangers of skin damage.
The best sunscreens need to have at least an SPF 15 value and the addition of antioxidants provides superior skin protection.
Aloea vera can also be added to soaps and hair products which help clear up dry and oily hair problems by rebalancing the natural balance which we lose as we age.
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