All about Aloe

Known for its healing properties dating back to at least 6000 years ago, Aloe Vera was referred to as the ‘plant of immortality’ by Egyptians.

There is a lot of hype surrounding this incredible green plant and gel due to its amazing array of beauty and well-being benefits thanks to its abundance of Vitamins including  A & C, antioxidants, enzymes and antibacterial properties.

Read on to find out the different ways Aloe can be used and all its benefits.

Moisturize dry lips

Heal swollen lips or use it to give dry, chapped lips some nourishment and hydration with regular use of Aloe.

Helps with digestion

Along with essential nutrients and vitamins, Aloe is also full of antioxidants that help maintain a strong immune system. It also includes polysaccharides that have anti-inflammatory qualities, which help with irritable bowel syndrome and aids with digestion.

Reducing acne and skin conditions

Aloe Vera is both soothing and calming on the skin which helps reduce itchiness, inflammation and acne. We recommend using  the Suwayu Hydrating and Purifying Face Wash with Aloe Vera followed by the Gentle Soothing Toner on a regular basis for best results.

Keeping your face moisturized

With an array of essential nutrients and complex carbohydrates, Aloe Vera helps keep your face hydrated. We recommend using the Suwayu Natural Glow Face cream which includes an array of nutrients including Aloe Vera.

Calm a sunburn

Aloe has a cooling effect on the skin which makes it perfect for treating sunburns and rashes.

Healing wounds

Suffering from a burn or cut? Try using Aloe to expedite the healing process.

Lowers blood sugar levels

Aloe can help improve insulin sensitivity and improve blood sugar management.

Treating dry skin

Using aloe on dry skin can help hydrate and nourish your skin with regular use. Make sure to use a hydrating lotion like the Suwayu Intensive Moisturizing Body Lotion which Aloe Vera and Turmeric to keep your skin healthy and soft.

Use it as to makeup remover

Say goodbye to expensive makeup removers and use some Aloe instead! Since its gentle and soothing on the skin, its an ideal make remover, especially for the delicate area around our eyes.

Relief from breastfeeding

Since Aloe is known to deeply soothe skin, it can be used to relieve sensitive, sore nipples that are tender to the touch.

Reduce hair fall

Aloe contains Proteolytic Enzymes which help repair dead skin cells on the scalp. This also helps promote hair growth, reduces dandruff andconditions your hair.

Reduce dental plaque

Reduce the build up of plaque on teeth by using Aloe on are gular basis.

Use it as Aftershave

Since Aloe is used to aiding, soothe and nourish skin, itmakes sense that it would be used as a good After Shave. Get relief from thatrazor burn that occurs as a result of shaving by applying some Aloe on the affected area.

Soothe your tired eyes

With an array of Vitamins and anti-oxidants, Aloe is great to apply under your eyes to improve blood circulation and reduceunder eye swelling. Try keeping the aloe in the fridge prior to use for a nice, cooling effect.

Relief from bug bites

Calm inflamed, irritated areas by using Aloe gel to soothe.

References:

https://www.healthline.com/health/7-amazing-uses-aloe-vera#takeaway

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318591#risks

https://food.ndtv.com/beauty/6-amazing-benefits-aloe-vera-hair-skin-weight-loss-1221869

https://www.naturalhealers.com/blog/aloe-vera-ultimate-guide/

https://www.everydayhealth.com/diet-nutrition/diet/aloe-vera-benefits-risks-uses-more/

https://www.womenshealthmag.com/beauty/a19934135/aloe-vera-uses/

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