Aloe Vera in the Philippines has been commonly used as a hair grower and conditioner. But did you know that this miracle plant has health and skin care benefits?
In other countries like Australia, Aloe Vera Gel is more commonly used for sun burn, rashes, itch, allergic reactions, eczema and other skin irritations. Its high anti-inflammatory and healing effects have been proven to soothe irritations and itch while being gentle to the skin. Aside from providing topical relief, drinking the Inner Leaf Aloe Juice made from the gel also boosts the immune system and aids the stomach to heal inflammation and irritation from within.
ALOE VERA ON BABY RASH, ITCH AND REDNESS
Naturally, rash, itch, eczema, allergy and irritation can affect anyone at any age even babies. Being a natural remedy, pure Aloe Vera gel like our Aloe Medicated Skin Cream is safe enough to be used on babies. In fact, it was certified by the Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia as medical grade. For baby use especially, you will have to make sure that the Aloe Vera Gel is pure, without latex or aloin, no chemical preservatives, no artificial fragrance and is chemical-free.
Eczema is a skin condition that can cause blisters, rashes, dry skin, itch and redness. It is sometimes called Skin Asthma or Dermatitis. Eczema may be an allergic reaction to certain ingredients or may be triggered by hormonal imbalance, stress and lifestyle. Not only is the Inner Leaf Aloe Vera Gel a great topical remedy for eczema, but it also hastens the healing process from within when taken orally. The Inner Leaf Aloe Juice for one, boosts the immune system and is reach in anti-oxidants to fight infections and free radicals.
TAKING ALOE VERA FOR THE SKIN AND HEALTH
As with other supplements and skin care, it is still best to consult with your Dermatologist and/or Immunologist before using anything. Be sure that when you use an Aloe Vera product, it is certified by independent bodies and is made from pure aloe vera gel.