Aloe vera is used for therapeutic purposes from skin injuriesthe basic ones are:
- Acne and acne
Aloe Vera for Dry Skin
Aloe veracan be prepared using the moisturizing feature skin maskexamples are:
- Aloe vera and coconut oil: 1 aloe vera leaf is cut from one end to the other and the transparent gel inside is extracted. This gel is poured into a bowl and half a cup of coconut oil is added to it. Mixing is continued until the mixture in the bowl is mixed properly and becomes smooth. This mixture is applied to the face and neck area as a mask. It is also recommended to leave the mask on the face during the night, as it is recommended to do before going to bed at night. When awakened, the face is cleansed.
- Yogurt, fresh cucumber and aloe vera: 4 tablespoons of pure aloe vera gel, 2 tablespoons of yogurt and 6 tablespoons of fresh cucumber juice; mixed in a bowl. This mixture is applied to the skin as a mask. After the mask is left on the face for a period of 15-20 minutes, the skin is rinsed with warm water.
Aloe Vera for Oily Skin
For oily skin undercover and because blackhead formation is more common; Examples of masks with aloe vera that can be applied to these skins are:
- Eggs, honey, barley and aloe vera: 2 tablespoons of barley flour, 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 egg, gel of 1 aloe vera leaf; It is mixed in a bowl until it reaches a paste-like consistency. This mixture is then applied to the face as a mask. A brush can also be used while applying it to the face. Depending on the drying time of the mask, after drying, the mask is removed by washing with warm water. It is a mask that balances the oil on the skin and is suitable for acne.
- Facial rejuvenation mask: It is applied in the form of applying a mixture of the juice of 1 cucumber and the gel of 1 aloe vera leaf to the face. When this mask dries, the skin is cleaned and 3 drops of vitamin E are massaged into the skin with the help of circular movements.