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Title: How To Treat Pimples And Acne With Natural Skin Care Gel?


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How To Treat Pimples And Acne With Natural Skin
Care Gel?
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How To Treat Pimples And Acne?
Acne and pimples are the most common skin
conditions which can erupt in teenage or later
and without proper care it can develop into dark
spots, scar tissues and create permanent spots on
skin. Most women developing the problem find it
embarrassing and scarring. Sometimes, these
develop into large black spots causing
irreversible damage to skin.
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How To Treat Pimples And Acne?
Whiteheads, blackheads and pimples can develop
anytime and about 85 percent of people struggle
to find harmless ways to get rid of these.
Topical use of Aloe Vera is one of the safest
ways for those who want to know how to treat
pimples and acne.
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How To Treat Pimples And Acne?
The extract contains aloin and acts as laxative.
It is used in the preparation of cosmetics as it
can moisturize skin and treat burns and
infections. It also helps in improving immunity
and reducing cholesterol. How to treat pimples
and acne using the gel?
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Aloe Vera Gel
Primary evidence finds natural skin care gel -
Aloe Vera gel can treat genital herpes and skin
conditions e.g. psoriasis. It has been observed
the plant extract has anti-inflammatory effects
and it is more effective in treating acne as
compared to popular acne treatment creams. It is
useful, especially, in inflammatory skin
conditions which are induced by ultraviolet
radiations.
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Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe vera mostly contains water - 99 percent and
it contains bio chemicals polysaccharides and
glycoproteins. The glycoprotein can heal the skin
and inner layers by stopping pain, inflammation,
and polysaccharides in the plant can promote skin
growth and repair damaged tissues. The plant
chemicals can stimulate immune system.
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Treat Pimples And Acne
The antioxidant protein in aloe vera
metallothionein has the property of scavenging
hydroxyl radicals and this prevents suppression
of glutathione peroxidase and superoxide
dismutase on the layers. This reduces the
formation of skin cytokines - interleukin and
leads to the suppression of hypersensitivity.
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Treat Pimples And Acne
Aloe Vera contains chemicals which work as
antiseptic and the mucopolysaccharides in the
extract helps in enhancing moisture content in
skin layers. This stimulates the production of
elastin fibers and collagen. The increase in
moisture level enhances the elasticity of the
tissues and reduces wrinkles. It reduces flaking
of skin by promoting sticking of epidermal cells
and this softens tissues.
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Treat Pimples And Acne
Plant steroids and amino acids can be found in
the plant leaf extract which has healing and
anti-inflammatory effects. The compound lignin in
the extract is used for topical use as it
increases penetrative effects of various other
ingredients and bio chemicals into the skin
layers. The saponins in the plant have soapy
effect and it makes the extract work as
antiseptic gel.
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Aloe Vera Gel
The phyto compounds in the natural skin care gel
- Aloe Vera gel not just increases the level of
collagen synthesis but also increases the
composition of the collagen where the cross
linking of collagen is increased and reduces the
breaking of skin as found in scar tissues. It has
antiseptic and wound healing properties which
help in getting rid of infectious acne.
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