Aloe Vera Juice Benefits and Properties For Natural Beauty
Using aloe is a great way to move to a more natural beauty regimen, but by using aloe juice, you can also obtain these wonderful benefits as well by ingesting them. In case you didn’t know, aloe (also know as Aloe barbadensis – by its botanical name), is the perfect carrier oils, and has long been used in moisturizers, soaps, lotions and other bath and body products. Aloe can be made into gels, and other commercial products, but it is also becoming more popular to use aloe juice straight from the plant, as well as ingesting aloe-vera juice for its beneficial properties.
A lot more companies are starting to see these properties as a gold mine, and products that contain aloe are becoming more widespread among commercial, as well as home made products, and specifically for people wanting a more natural beauty regimen. Soapmakers have long known these benefits, which is why many homemade soaps use aloe vera juice in their creations, and now cosmetic makers are starting to turn towards this new wave, and expands aloe products to include much more than your mother old aloe-vera gel (commonly used to treat sunburn). Now you are able to find aloe in almost any products you can think of, from moisturizers, and facial creams, to lotions and soaps, and even in tissue (to help counteract the inherent red nose you get from blowing too much).
Aloe’s benefits include anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidant properties, as well as helping to relieve pain associated from arthritis, and rheumatism. On a milder note, aloe can also be used to relieve sore muscles and joints, as well as relieve allergic reactions, to stuff like bee stings, and insect bites.
Something you may not know is that aloe juice can be ingested, and has been shown to help ease your stomach, aiding with such things as heartburn, diarrhea, and IBS. In addition it can also help relieve and clear up kidney problems and infections. You are now able to find more and more aloe vera juice drinks on the market which are tasty and contains flavoring to help avoid the bitter taste associated with aloe vera juice. You can also create your own concoction at home by adding things like sugar, tea, and honey to your liking. This is a cheaper alternative to buying the expensive aloe vera juices you see advertised.
In addition to health is beauty… natural beauty treatments that include aloe vera are wonderful, and highly beneficial, but not always necessary. You can try to use the most expensive product on the market that contain aloe, but you are wasting money if the beneficial aloe is what you are after. By applying aloe straight to the skin, and hair, you can easily obtain these benefits at a fraction of the cost.