The aloe vera plant contains amino acids, including salicylic acid which is widely used for the treatment of acne, inflammation, and battling bacteria.
(PRWEB) June 23, 2015
While the summer forecast calls for below average temperatures in much of the country, many are flocking to the coastal regions for vacation and play this season. Those regions are expected to have above average temperatures, according to a forecast released by Weather.com in May of this year. AloeVera.com provides tips to keep skin hydrated during the summer months.
While many products are infused with aloe vera extract, keeping an aloe plant in the home is both an easy and economical way to have a natural remedy at hand. The aloe vera plant contains amino acids, including salicylic acid which is widely used for the treatment of acne, inflammation, and battling bacteria. “We highly recommend keeping a plant at home,” says Michael Ryan, spokesperson for AloeVera.com. “However if housing a plant in your home is out of the question, using products that contain a high percentage of aloe vera in them will help as well. Make sure that aloe vera is listed as one of the first three ingredients in the product you are using.”
Products containing aloe vera come in many forms. Drinking aloe water often provides similar benefits to a liquid detox as it cleans and repairs the digestive system. Applying aloe directly to the skin also aids in repairing and moisturizing the skin’s cells. With hundreds of aloe products to choose from, consumers can readily access skin prevention from any general retailer.
“There are so many ideas on how to use aloe for skin damage prevention out there,” adds Ryan. “From making aloe vera ice cubes to cool down after being outside or a daily routine of applying aloe before heading outside, there really is nothing bad about having an aloe plant or bottle in the home.”
Celebrities have been boasting about the benefits of aloe for years. In 2009, Dancing With The Stars dancer Karina Smirnoff told People magazine, “With my family, aloe vera cures everything. If you have a blister: aloe vera. If you have a wrinkle: aloe vera.”
To prevent skin damage this summer season, AloeVera.com recommends staying hydrated, using proper skin protection with the right amount of SPF, and making aloe vera a part of your daily routine to help prevent and possibly treat any skin damage that may occur.
To learn more about the benefits of aloe vera, visit AloeVera.com.