Cleopatra used aloe vera gel as part of her beauty regime. Aloe gel can be consumed and applied topically and is often used to treat minor burns.
The Aloe Vera Gel powder (AVGP) is for non-surgical tightening of the face, neck, and décolleté skin. This beauty product soothes and tightens the skin. At the same time, it improves microcirculation, enhances metabolism in cells, effectively smooths wrinkles, strengthens tissues, and corrects the oval of the face. In addition, the high content of Aloe Vera extract provides long-term skin hydration, boosts immunity, and improves natural skin regeneration.
Rich in natural sterols, AVGP significantly stimulates collagen and hyaluronic acid production, affecting fibroblasts and increasing the number of enzymes responsible for their synthesis. As a result, regular use can substantially slow down the skin's aging process.
Aloe Vera Gel powder is recommended for all skin types with lost elasticity, including sensitive thin skin with telangiectasias. It also has a remarkable lifting effect. In addition, due to the revitalizing properties of aloe, medicinal cosmetics containing this component "stimulate" dormant hair follicles to life, stimulate the growth of new hair, and thus improve their density. Also, Aloe Vera Gel powder is very rich in vitamins.
What are the benefits of Aloe Vera Gel Powder?
Aloe Vera Gel Powder preparations are used for sunburn, sun poisoning, and burns; treatment of cuts, scratches, irritated skin, and insect bites.
- Smoothing to the skin, anti-inflammatory, sun protection.
- It also has moisturizing and emollient properties.
- Aloe-emodin has been reported to have anticancer and antiviral (herpes simplex types 1 and 2) activities.
- Lectins isolated from the gel portion were found to have strong hemagglutination and mitogenic activities.
A recent review of pharmacological and clinical studies concluded that Aloe Vera gel promotes wound healing and is of therapeutic value in thermal injuries and a wide variety of soft tissue injuries, preventing progressive dermal ischemia following thermal injury, frostbite, electrical injury; in flap physiology, intraarterial drug abuse, and other injuries irrespective of trauma etiology. Aloe penetrates injured tissue, relieves pain, is anti-inflammatory, and dilates capillaries, increasing blood supply to the injury. Aloe has an "antithromboxane" activity, while maintaining a prostaglandin ratio, without causing injured blood vessel collapse. Oil-in-water aloe extracts significantly increase soluble collagen levels, suggesting a topical antiaging effect.