The Solution Is In Your Garden
By Ruvimbo Jeche
Lately we have focused on herbs that we can consume for a healthy lifestyle, but what about the healthy look? I mean the skin reports better of our inner condition and I know there are more skin addicts there just like me. Mum complains how much I waste on buying skincare products and she worries one day I will have skin problems because of always trying out. But oh no I use less money now for that and my skin health is never at risk with aloe vera. I just had to plant my own aloe vera which I use for my skin and hair.
Aloe Vera is a modest houseplant, a miracle, wonder plant often hiding in plain sight. It is a medicinal herb which nourishes the body inside out. Inwardly it aids in improving digestion and boosting immunity. Talk about it’s gel, it works wonders for the skin.
Based on a research by easypharm.com, it is ideal for moisturizing the skin, reducing infection and acne, lightening blemishes on the face, fighting skin aging and boosting healing of wounds. It has vitamin A and C, beta-carotene in abundance therefore it has anti-aging properties and anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. It then helps in the production of collagen in the body and skin elasticity.
For a smooth and even skintone; ideal remedy for acne, sunburn and eczema, consider applying a small amount of aloe vera to your skin. In your first few days you will have to endure an itchy feeling before you finally make it your best companion.