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Different DIY Bodycare Products With Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a plant that you can find in Africa or India in the countries that have dry, hot climates. We are sure that you have heard about it and its healing abilities long before you have found this article. Known as the plant that gives immortality, Egyptians were the first ones to use it for medical purposes. Go to the nearest store and look around. How many tubes and products contain its extract? Millions! Of course, as aloe is used for healing burns and wounds, soothe, hydrate your skin, fight acne and other minor diseases. It is scientifically proved that aloe does not only solve your skin problems, it also nourishes your hair and can be used to fight other problems. So, why don’t you try and use it on a daily basis if it has so many benefits? Try our easy and effective methods of using aloe, and it will definitely give you the best result.

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Aloe Vera As Makeup Remover

Aloe Vera As Makeup Remover

Have you ever noticed how dry the area around your eyes gets after taking off your makeup? Aloe is a great natural alternative to your makeup remover that will let you get rid of the dry skin problem. Hydrating and soothing, it will not only get off your smoky eye easily but will also calm your skin. A great benefit of using aloe is also that you won’t need anything except for its leaf and a cotton ball. Squeeze a bit of the extract out of the piece and carefully wipe off your eye makeup.

Aloe Vera For Eyebrows

For those who are fans of neat brows, aloe vera is a key! Use its gel instead of your common makeup one and see the difference. It will not only style your brows, but it will also bring natural components to them that make your brows grow. Dreaming of fluffy strong ones? No problem, just mix a bit of aloe gel with castor oil and apply this wonderful mixture with a makeup brush or lash wand you don’t use to your brows, and your dream will come true!

Aloe Vera For Skin Care

Aloe Vera For Skin Care

There are different ways of making your own DIY products consisting of Aloe Vera! And as for us, making ice cubes out of it is one of the best. You may wonder why? After damaging your skin with burns these little ice cubes will become your lifesavers. Cool and hydrating, they will help to take away the pain, calming your skin and making it softer and healthier. Imagine how good it feels to have them on your skin after getting sunburnt!

Aloe Vera As Exfoliator

Everybody knows that it is really important to exfoliate your skin! Using your homemade scrub with aloe would be such a good way to do it. Mix a bit of the aloe extract with some brown sugar and get fresh, healthy skin within a few uses. You can put it on your elbows, arms and heels as well as your face. Dead skin cells will fade away, and your skin will become as soft as baby’s!

Aloe Vera For Face Care

Aloe Vera For Face Care

Do you want a brilliant recipe of the face mask with aloe vera? Here it is! Add a whole tablespoon of aloe and a teaspoon of lemon to some almond milk and apply the mixture to your beautiful skin for a few moments. Rinse with some warm water and notice the result immediately! Our skin becomes moisturized and soft within seconds. Perfect for sensitive or dry skin, it will work it’s magic!

Aloe Vera As A Night Treatment

If you prefer doing facial treatments before bed instead of the morning routines, then this will be ideal for you! The great hydrating mask will become your favorite one, as you will be able to wear it while sleeping! Want to try it already? Then follow our instructions. Put some aloe juice and a half of an egg white to a bit of mashed cucumber and apply it to your face. Let it sit and rinse off to have the softest and cleanest skin!

Aloe For Your Mouth

Aloe For Your Mouth

If you always deal with a problem of bad breath, drinking aloe vera will be a great solution! Mix a bit of it with half a cup of apple juice or water and watch your bad breath fade away. Scientists have found that aloe has B-sitosterol which soothes acid indigestion (usually the reason behind bad breath). People will be happy to talk to you from now on, as your breath won’t be a burden on your communication anymore.

Aloe Vera As Sanitizer

them, then why don’t you try making your own one which will keep them moisturized? You will need a half cup of aloe juice in the mix with a bit of alcohol and about 15-20 drops of any skin oil you prefer. Just pour this mixture into a spritz bottle and enjoy the effect on your hands during the day anywhere you go!

Shaving Cream With Aloe Vera

Shaving Cream With Aloe Vera

Most professional cosmetologists recommend using shaving cream with aloe in it. The best thing is that you can easily make it yourself as only simple products are included. Follow our steps and check it yourself. Use 1/3 cup of aloe, ¼ cup of hand soap, 1 teaspoon of almond oil, ¼ cup of warm water, ¼ cup of oil which contains vitamin E and a few drops of eucalyptus oil. Mix everything we listed together and you won’t be disappointed! Keep in a cleaned out soap pump container, in the fridge, for 6 months. Slippery for great access to the smallest hairs with a cooling hydrating effect, it will be in your use up from now for sure!

Aloe Vera For Feet

Another great way to use aloe would be to include it in your foot spa routine! Tired of fighting with cracked heels that hurt all the time? Ashamed to go out in the summer wearing open shoes? This product we would like to suggest will make your life much easier. Foot mask which contains half of cup of oatmeal, cornmeal, 3-5 tablespoons of aloe juice mixed with half a cup of your favorite hydrating body lotion (an unscented one is recommended). Apply to your feet, rub it in for a better effect and let it stay for 10-15 minutes before taking it off with some warm water. This mask will let your dead skin peel off and make your feet look much better.

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What You Can Do With Aloe Vera

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