Hey Guys Hope you all are good as winter is here at my side and i have a dry skin its hard to find the best creme for myself cause not much creams suits my skin most of them just caused skin problems i used to hear a lot about how Aloe Vera is good for skin and all but was so lazy to go and get it but one day i decided i should try it out just after two days of using Aloe Vera on my face in morning and night i noticed a huge difference on my skin it made my complexion clearer and it faded blemishes on my skin since that day i have been using this everyday it is very useful for those girls who are suffering from acne problems or any type of skin irritations.
Aloe Vera is truly a miracle plant with so many uses Aloe Vera possesses excellent moisturizing capabilities it is commonly used as a daily skin cream. It is excellent for facial use, especially for women who use makeup frequently, as it effectively cleans and softens the skin. The moisturizing effect works for both men and women.
Here are few remedies which you guys should definitely try that how you can use aloe vera for your face:
For Glowing Skin

This face pack is excellent for making your skin glow and feeling great.

Ingredients: Turmeric, Aloe Vera, Rose Water, Honey & Milk

Instructions: First, create a paste with a small amount of turmeric using 1 tsp of milk, 1 tsp of honey and a few drops of rose water. Then add the aloe vera gel to the paste and mix well. Once the paste has been mixed, evenly apply to the face and neck and leave for roughly 20 minutes. Wash off with cold or warm water and pat dry to reveal your new glowing skin.

Face Scrub

This face scrub is excellent for cleaning, cooling, refreshing, and moisturizing all skin types whether oily, dry, or sensitive.

Ingredients: Aloe Vera, Oatmeal, Avocado, Honey

Instructions: Cut the avocado in half and scoop out the pulp. Add the oats, aloe vera and a tablespoon of honey. Mash the ingredients together in a bowl until the mixture just a little bit lumpy. Massage the final mixture gently on the face and leave for 10-15 minutes before washing off with warm water.

For Oily Skin

This Face mask is great for helping to control oily skin and prevent the occurrence of spots and acne.

Ingredients: Aloe Vera Leaf, Honey

Instructions: Boil the Aloe Vera leaf in the water and then grind to form a paste. Mix this paste with honey and apply to the face. Leave for 20 minutes and then wash off with cold water. You should feel your pores tighten and the oil on your face reduced.

For Sensitive Skin

This is a very gentle way of cleansing sensitive skin to remove oil, dead skin cells, and dirt leaving your skin feeling clean and rejuvenated.

Ingredients: Aloe Vera, Yogurt, Cucumber Juice & Essential Oils (preferably Rose Oil)

Instructions: After creating a paste of Aloe Vera with small amounts of yogurt and cucumber, and a few drops of an essential oil, apply to the face. Leave for 15 minutes before washing off with cold water.

For Dry Skin

This face pack will help dry and aged skin achieve its optimal level of moisture, leaving it soft and supple.

Ingredients: Aloe Vera, Almonds

Instructions: Crush a few almonds and mix well into Aloe Vera gel to form a paste. Once done, apply to the face and neck and let sit for roughly 15 minutes before washing off.

Treat Pigmentation Marks

This face pack is excellent for reducing the appearance of unwanted blemishes and pigmentation marks on your skin, including age spots and zit marks, as well as burns and other wounds.

Ingredients: Aloe Vera, Rose Water

Instructions: Create a paste of rose water and Aloe Vera extract or gel and apply it to the face for 20 minutes. Before washing off with cold water massage the paste gently into the face for 2-3 minutes.


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