Question Aloe Vera
AnswerAmino nutrients include vitamins A, C and E. Vitamin A (retinol) is renowned for its anaplastic properties in cells and is widely used in cosmetology as an anti-wrinkle component. Vitamin C has antioxidant properties and strengthens the immune system while helping to form skin collagen and maintain its health. Vitamin E, with its antioxidant and anaplastic properties, protects the skin, preventing cell membrane damage. Aloe is also a rich source of minerals (eg iron, chromium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, etc.), enzymes (have excellent skin and tissue properties), amino acids and other nutrients.

Its many properties are due to its individual ingredients, but also to their synergistic action. It is distinguished mainly as anaplastic, healing, anti-inflammatory, against itching, moisturizing, detoxifying, antioxidant, cytoprotective, laxative etc.

For therapeutic use
Three aloe juice sprays a day are thought to act therapeutically for various diseases of the body (mainly those related to the immune system) and skin. As a prevention, a shot is enough everyday. For even better absorption, it is preferable to drink the juice while you are fasting.

For facial mask
Cut one of the thick layers of aloe vera. Remove the outer casing of the sheet and use the liquid to be masked for 15 minutes. It nourishes and relieves dry and sun-damaged skin. It tones and revitalizes.

Moisturizing cream for oily mixed skins
You will need 5 spoonfuls of aloe vera gel, 1 tablespoon of glycerine and 5 drops of your favorite oil (eg rose, softens and cares for the skin).

For suncare
Mix well 10 g. aloe vera gel at 50 g boiled water that you have allowed to cool and pass through the sterilized gauze the spots exposed to the sun. For even better results, make compresses with the liquid.

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