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How to Use Aloe Vera - How to use Aloe vera Instructions -

Aloe vera is a green plant. it is one of the most famous plants. It is being used in cosmetics and medicines. Aloe vera can, however, be used in its crude form.
It is very easy to take care of the Aloe vera plant. It is very stable and resistant. only single water dose per week is enough for its growth and it requires less sunlight as compared to others.
here are some instruction that how to use aloe vera in certain conditions.

  • Break off the fresh leaf of aloe vera when you want to use it. use fresh aloe vera. The healing and curing properties of aloe vera decrease as time passes. Aloe vera is available in gel and lotion
    forms in the market but it is better if it is used in its fresh form.

  • Aloe vera has anaesthetic and antibacterial properties. when used on wounds, wounds heal rapidly with less scarring. Now rub Aloe vera on affected skin (sunburned, wrinkled or injured skin)

  • It is better to apply Aloe vera with the help of a cloth or some other adhesive material. first spread aloe vera fluid on a cloth or gauze and apply on skin or cut the aloe leaf down the middle and place the leaf on the ailing skin with a thin gauze in between. you can place without a gauze. ( whatever you feel better. but it is better to use gauze in case of severely injured skin)

  • Use aloe vera to treat a different condition like arthritis, eczema, sunburn, wrinkles and oily skin etc. squeeze the juice of aloe vera and apply it on the affected skin area.

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