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Say Hello to Aloe Vera Gel

Say Hello to Aloe Vera Gel

 

 

 

By: Melanie Peres

 

The most versatile of all the gels, Aloe Vera. A plant used for centuries to cure the common itch to the secret beauty tips and tricks like shinier hair and sealing moisture for skin care. Want to be in on the secret? Keep reading. 

 

The aloe vera plant is known to be a pain reliever for itchy or burned skin. The gloopy looking juice inside is calming when rubbed into the skin. 

 

This is a way to be sanitary and kind to your skin at the same time. The Aloe Vera Gel can be used as an all over body moisturizer, a hair mask, an antibacterial gel, and more. 

 

Here’s some of our favorite ways.

 

Moisturizer: Use a thin layer all over the body. A quickly absorbing gel will leave you feeling clean and hydrated. Don’t worry, there’s no sticky residue.

 

Face Mask: Apply a thick layer on your face, take a selfie and tag New York Biology on social media. Leave it on for 5 minutes for a quick skin prep or leave it on a little bit longer to quieten acne prone skin. Then rinse off! 

 

Antibacterial gel: Learn to make your own gel. Keep your hands germ-free without stripping away moisture. Many hand sanitizers can leave your hands dry and flakey. Infusing aloe vera gel with a tea tree oil is the solution! Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic and leaves skin feeling smooth and calm.

 

After sun: Place the gel all over the body after spending long days in the sun for a cooling and calming effect. (I’m sure we can all look forward to this one…)

 

For whichever way you decide to use the Aloe Vera Gel, use it generously! Feel free to put the nice pump feature for easy access or savor it with a bottle cap alongside it. Up to you! 

The most versatile of all the gels, Aloe Vera. A plant used for centuries to cure the common itch to the secret beauty tips and tricks like shinier hair and sealing moisture for skin care. Want to be in on the secret? Keep reading. 

 

The aloe vera plant is known to be a pain reliever for itchy or burned skin. The gloopy looking juice inside is calming when rubbed into the skin. 

 

This is a way to be sanitary and kind to your skin at the same time. The Aloe Vera Gel can be used as an all over body moisturizer, a hair mask, an antibacterial gel, and more. 

 

Here’s some of our favorite ways.

 

Moisturizer: Use a thin layer all over the body. A quickly absorbing gel will leave you feeling clean and hydrated. Don’t worry, there’s no sticky residue.

 

Face Mask: Apply a thick layer on your face, take a selfie and tag New York Biology on social media. Leave it on for 5 minutes for a quick skin prep or leave it on a little bit longer to quieten acne prone skin. Then rinse off! 

 

Antibacterial gel: Learn to make your own gel. Keep your hands germ-free without stripping away moisture. Many hand sanitizers can leave your hands dry and flakey. Infusing aloe vera gel with a tea tree oil is the solution! Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic and leaves skin feeling smooth and calm.

 

After sun: Place the gel all over the body after spending long days in the sun for a cooling and calming effect. (I’m sure we can all look forward to this one…)

 

For whichever way you decide to use the Aloe Vera Gel, use it generously! Feel free to put the nice pump feature for easy access or savor it with a bottle cap alongside it. Up to you!