Aloe vera cannot stop acne, but it can help to reduce the redness and swelling around the infected area so this is not intended for acne treatment.
Aloe Vera and burns and skin wounds
Aloe Vera also speeds up the healing process of burns and skin wounds, stimulates the growth of new healthy skin cells and limits the body's production of scar tissue. Aloe Vera's natural soothing components ease your skin whilst it begins work on the damaged areas. Aloe Vera is a mild anaesthetic antibacterial & antifungal and contains anti-inflammatory acids. Aloe Vera soothes inflammed, burned skin and irritated skin and reduces the chance of skin infections. Aloe Vera will relieve itching, swelling, redness and pain.
Directions : Apply on the area 2-3 times a day.
Pure Aloe Vera Extract 99.5% Enrich with Vitamin E & B5
Brand new, sealed, never opened
Size : 15g
Aloe Vera Acne Treatment Natural aloe vera extract is a well known and popular component in many different skin care products and health supplements. The plant's primary uses include the treatment of various digestive disorders, - such as inflammatory bowel disease or ulcerative colitis - as well as the treatment of a number of skin ailments. But what can you expect from aloe vera acne treatment? How does it work and how effective is it? Acne usually develops as a result of the overproduction of sebum within the skin, which will clog the pores, making the skin become a breeding ground for bacteria. Bacteria trapped inside the sebaceous glands will release harmful chemicals, which will trigger an immune response that creates blackheads, whiteheads, pustules and in advanced cases nodules or cysts.
External Aloe Vera Acne Treatment Applied externally, aloe vera acne treatment can be used as part of a comprehensive acne home treatment strategy. While aloe vera contains 99 % water, it also carries substances which are extremely important in the treatment of acne. These potent natural antibacterial and antiseptic substances are in fact well known to accelerate the skin's recovery process and also stimulate the body's immune system. So it ultimately serves as both an anti-inflammatory agent and a moisturizer. For this reason, the gel that is extracted from this evergreen plant has been used extensively for the treatment of wounds, cuts, skin infections or burns and it is considered to be just as as efficient at healing acne breakouts. The gel gets absorbed into the skin without leaving any trace or clogging up the pores and because of its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, it will also heal the inflammation, swelling and redness associated with acne. Furthermore, the gel's astringent properties will help to decrease the skin's excessive oil production.