Aloe Vera, a green godsend wonder plant has been a popular ingredient in all sorts of skin healing remedies and beauty products. It is commonly used for healing sunburns, minor cuts and help soothing the skin. But Various studies have been shown that this ‘wonder plant ‘is also great for addressing other skin conditions like Acne. The clear gel substance has several properties that can help reduce acne blemishes, scarring, promote skin regeneration and help facilitate radiant and clearer skin.

Aloe Vera contains antibacterial and antifungal properties which help reduce inflammation in the skin and helps protect the skin from bacteria and instead, it speeds up the healing process of the damaged skin tissues. Aloe is also known to have a natural exfoliating effect which naturally helps remove dead skin cells.  The dead cells left on the skin can cause your pores to clog up, creating a breeding ground for acne-causing bacteria. And alternatively, it replaces it with new ones by generating new skin cells, providing a radiant glow to your skin and helping diminish those acne scars.

In addition to making acne scars less visible, 99% of Aloe Vera is made of water which is great for keeping the skin well balanced and hydrated. It also supplies oxygen to the skin, which strengthens the skin tissues and helps keep your skin looking healthy and beautiful.

The bottom line,

When looking for a skincare product that contains aloe Vera gel or extracts, there are many that contain harsh chemicals, that do more harm than good. I recommend using SkinB5’s Acne Control Moisturizer, it only contains natural ingredients and one primarily being ‘Aloe Vera’. Applying this on a daily basis can help protect your skin from harboring dirt and bacteria, which can clog up your pores and cause inflammation in the skin. Using SkinB5’s super lightweight moisturizer will surely keep your skin looking fresh and supple, so be sure to add it to your beauty routine so you can amplify the benefits of aloe Vera.

Have you used Aloe Vera to deal with acne? Have you considered a mask to combat Acne? We’d love to hear about your experience in the comments below!

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My name is Farah and I am an advocate for natural and organic beauty products, healthy living and a self-proclaimed whole foods enthusiast.

My passion for health and beauty stems from my personal experiences dealing with problematic skin and now I want to help others learn my secrets to flawless skin from the inside, out.  I’m a firm believer that true beauty comes from what goes inside of your body and I am thankful to be able to educate you and help you to obtain clear skin