How To Make An Aloe Vera Face Mask

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aloe vera face mask

Aloe Vera is a miracle plant that is renowned for its use in skin care treatments and homemade remedies.  The gel found within the Aloe plant contains high levels of beneficial minerals, vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, and anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory agents. This powerful combination of natural ingredients is what gives Aloe its immense healing abilities.

By using Aloe Vera daily you can help fight against the signs of aging by reducing fine lines and wrinkles leaving your skin looking and feeling younger.  Aloe Vera is an extremely effective moisturizer making it perfect for the treatment of dry and flaky skin; it relaxes and hydrates the skin while also speeding up the skins natural healing process. It is also a highly effective remedy for the prevention and removal of pimples and can be found as the active ingredient in many over-the-counter acne treatments.

Fresh Aloe Vera Preparation

To start with you will need to collect the outer, older leaves at the base of the Aloe plant.  Wash the stalks then slice down the length of the leaves to expose the gel inside.  Scrape the clear gel from inside the leaf and strain through muslin cloth to remove the lumps.

If extracting Aloe Vera gel yourself is too much trouble, or if you don’t have access to the Aloe plant, then you can buy some of the gel online. Take a look here for the best priced and highest quality Aloe Vera gel.

Hydrating And Moisturizing Aloe Vera Face Mask

Combine all ingredients together and mix well, squeeze out contents of vitamin E capsule and add to mixture. Apply mixture to face, throat, and neck. Leave on for approximately 20-30 minutes. Rinse using warm water.

Seaweed powder helps detoxify the body removing impurities and nourishing the skin by restoring it with essential nutrients. It also stimulates blood circulation leaving your skin with a healthy glow.

Raw honey contains many essential vitamins and minerals that also help replenish any lacking nutrients in the skin.

Altogether, with the medicinal properties of Aloe Vera and the incredible beauty benefits of honey, vitamin E and kelp, makes this one homemade face mask that you should definitely try.

Have you ever tried this before? Are you going to try it now? Leave a comment sharing your thoughts and experiences with Aloe Vera.

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  1. I can remember my grandmother using aloe on her skin (which was always beautiful) and putting it on our burns – it worked very well. I’ll certainly give this recipe a try – thanks!

    Peace. ;)

  2. I’ve never used aloe vera as a mask, but more so as a moisturizer. I think I will definitely try it as a mask to reap the benefits. Thanks for posting!

  3. Hi! Is it safe to use aloe vera gel for people with oily skin? I know aloe vera is very natural and has a lot of benefits for the skin, but i’m worried that oily skin may react with the gel. Thanks!

    • Yes it is safe, and in fact aloe vera gel is a great natural remedy for oily skin.

    • Aloe Vera is a great natural oil that good for our skin and also our hair. My wife usually use this for mask and scrub her body skin once a month. But she add some coffee on her mask. The treatment that she did make her skin is always smooth and clean. Maybe you can follow the steps taken by my wife.

  4. sweetoceanbreeze says:

    I’ve been looking for something to help reduce my extremely oily face. I hope this helps, because products that are made for so-call “oily skin” has yet to help my oily skin. I’m going to try this.


  5. I have use Aloe Vera for my hair and burn skin. I’m going to make this mask and try it.


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