Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe vera gel is a clear, cool, transparent gel that comes from the aloe plant. It is used topically for a number of skin problems. The gel forms a protective barrier which helps maintains moisture and promotes healing. It helps cuts, scrapes, and scratches heal more quickly (superficial, minor ones). It seals off an injury and helps new cells form. Aloe vera works for burns, sunburns, and frostbite. It increases blood flow to areas of burned tissue, which hastens the healing of cells. The gel has enzymes that relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and decrease redness and swelling. It also has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties.
I have had some success using aloe vera gel as a treatment for acne. After washing and drying my face, I would apply a thin layer of the gel to my face. This did seem to help for a while. It has also helped me with acne on my back. The gel absorbs into the skin fairly quickly. The skin heals best in the open air, so don't put any clothing over the affected areas until the gel has absorbed. You can reapply it as often as desired. Only use 100% pure aloe vera gel. Either split open a leaf from an aloe plant and use the gel, or buy a commercially sold bottle of aloe vera. I use a kind made by Fruit of the Earth.
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