When you hold the cactus leaf in your hand and open it longitudinally, you find a gel sticky substance, full of the many benefits of skin and hair, rich in nutritious vitamin E and vitamin C that lightens the skin and antioxidants that can strengthen and protect the skin, and has many uses, as follows:
Aloe vera gel is a substance with pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties that can help soothe sunburn. It contains collagen that contributes to wound healing, regeneration of skin cells, and “aceananal” that binds moisture to the skin, helping to treat dehydration that often accompanies exposure to sunlight.
Natural makeup remover
Since cactus is often gentle on the skin, it is moisturizing and has a gel-like texture, it may be a good and natural choice to remove make-up, apply a little of it by half a teaspoon and distribute it on the face and leave it for 5 minutes and wipe it with cotton enough to get rid of make-up and moisturize and refresh the skin.
Relieves eczema and psoriasis
Aloe vera gel contains compounds that help reduce inflammation, which means it may be useful in alleviating skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis.
Moisturizer before decryant hair removal
As moisturizing and slippery, aloe vera is a great natural alternative to shaving gel, blending 1/3 cup of aloe vera gel, 1/4 cup hand soap, 1 tablespoon of almond oil, 1/4 cup warm water, 1 teaspoon of vitamin E oil, place in a glass with good stirring and use when needed.
Exfoliation of the skin
Aloe vera contains salicylic acid to help gently get rid of dead skin.
Relieve insect bites
Reducing itchy insect bites, cactus helps soothe irritated skin from insect bites, due to its anti-inflammatory properties.