Thursday, 23 January 2014

Aloe Vera Gel: A boon for skin and hairs

Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant that has immense beauty and health benefits. This plant is a boon due to its health and beauty benefits. Its medicinal values are also emphasized by the experts from beauty schools. It contains Vitamins A, B1, B6, B12, C and E. It also has Folic acid and Niacin. There are certain minerals as well, such as, copper, iron, zinc, sodium, calcium, potassium, chromium, magnesium and manganese. It cleanses away the dead skin, provides glow and moisture to skin, and treats inflammations, irritation and allergies. Besides many benefits, when combined with some common kitchen ingredients its benefits can multiply wondrously. Here are a few simple methods in which you can harness the benefits of this magical herb.
VLCC Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel + Lemon Juice
For Skin: This combination has immense benefits. Apply it on your face neck and hands, daily before bed to treat dark spots, sun tan and blemishes. It also reduces stretch marks, acne and acne scars. This also preserves the natural glow of your skin keeping it soft and supple.

For Hair: The hairs chool experts use this in many products and mask preparation. This is an excellent hair mask to prevent excessive oiliness and dandruff. It provides shine and nourishment to hair. It also works on receding hair line and promotes hair growth.

Aloe Vera Gel + Honey + Rosewater
For Skin: Apply the above mask on clean and dry skin, keep it on for 20 min then wash off with plain water. This pack can be made at home or it is also available in readymade form under the brand name of some beauty school cum cosmetic firms such as Shehnaz Hussain and VLCC. It helps in enhancing the natural glow of skin and prolongs the appearance of ageing signs.

For Hair: This is a natural shine pack as it is rich in Vitamin E. Apply it for 15 minutes and wash off with the stew of Indian gooseberry and Reetha for glossy black tresses.

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