Aloe vera gel is definitely known because of its healing properties. It’s been used because the ancient time not only in beauty treatments but also medical treatments. Everyone who adores natural skin remedies know about the skin benefits of aloe vera gel (the marketing information in the internet is overwhelming), but little do people know that the aloe gel is most effective when FRESH.
Aloe vera loses its potency for recovery when trim and still left to oxidize. How exactly to prepare fresh aloe vera gel from the aloe vera flower (for topical applications)? How to preserve the aloe vera gel then? After much research, I read somewhere that Forever Living trademarked the method to stabilize the aloe vera gel. Their large size of creation and heavy equipment is not at all something we can afford at home. All of the above methods are meant to prevent/ slow down oxidation of aloe vera gel. Aloe vera gel shows indicators of oxidation when it is starting to change pink or brownish.
Depending on how long you wish to store the fresh aloe gel, you might not need to do all the above methods. I kept harvested aloe gel (skinned freshly, juiced and stored in air-tight lotion pump container) with no additives in the fridge and the aloe gel lasted 2 weeks before turning pink.
I’m using the aloe vera gel as a natural toner and it really helps with the acne incidentally! Because it is meant for use on the face (I have acne-prone epidermis and often go outdoor for gardening), I do not use citrus juice (make skin photosensitive) or any other additives.
How to use the aloe vera gel as a natural skin care? A quarter-hour and rinse off if required. If you are into soapmaking, aloe vera gel makes great drinking water substitute in cleaning soap recipes. Your skin experienced more hydrated with all the Aloe Bar cleaning soap which is made with aloe vera gel when compared with using cleaning soap with the same recipe but made out of just distilled drinking water.
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Stay tuned for the Aloe Bar Soap making formula! Choosing aloe vera gel? If you don’t have an aloe vera plant, develop one today – doesn’t take much space (a pot is sufficient) and it is simple to grow so long as it gets plenty of sun.
If you must purchase aloe vera gel, you have options of fresh ones in the supermarket, bottled ones in the non-public care section, consumable ones in the health food section or organic food section. There are several commercial aloe vera gel available in the market since aloe vera is a highly marketed item in health, beauty, and personal care.
When purchasing bottled aloe vera gel (for external use), I noticed there are a few products with misleading label stating “Aloe Vera 100% Gel”. Taking a look at the content, it appears that the label actually supposed 100% artificial gel with aloe vera extracts added. This type of “aloe vera gel” may not be suitable for homemade products (at least it can not be used to make cleaning soap) but nonetheless it is safe on your skin. So, read the labels before you decide to purchase.
No, it is quickly and rapidly absorbed into the skin’s layers. Petrolatum and nutrient essential oil feel greasy, because they’re not readily utilized. They simply sit on the skin’s surface, clogging the pores and interfering with natural rejuvenation processes. Don’t you need exfoliants or scrub? Not, if you are heading to use cheap skin care products. These are too severe and can execute a lot of small damage that accumulates over time to make your skin look older. If you feel that you’ll require a scrub, use colloidal oatmeal. It is inexpensive and non-irritating.
What about astringents or toners? These are mostly petroleum-based alcohols, like ethanol and methanol. They may feel like they are “doing” something, but what they do is change your skin’s pH balance, which can lead to the looks of heavily pigmented areas, fungal infections, and age spots. If you want something to safeguard your appearance from the consequences of your time, don’t shop for cheap skin care products.