Benefits of Aloe Butter
Aloe butter is soft solid which melts quickly in slightly warm condition. Aloe Butter is extracted from Aloe barbadensis leaf (pure aloe) with Cocusnucifera (Pure coconut oil) fatty acids by cold pressed, refined method. It aids in rapid moisturization of dry skin caused by the elements.
1. FEEDS YOUR SKIN
Ancient Egyptian queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra both used aloe as part of their daily skin care rituals—and you can too. Aloe gel is rich in amino acids, minerals, and vitamins that nourish and moisturize the skin without leaving a greasy residue. It also has lignins that help move nutrients deeper into the skin’s dermal layer and humectant properties to help seal in moisture.
2. SMOOTHS WRINKLES
Aloe is nature’s gift to aging skin. Research shows that supplementing with aloe sterols may help stimulate the skin’s production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. Women taking part in clinical studies found that aloe sterols improved their skin’s elasticity and helped smooth out their facial wrinkles after only a few months of supplementation.
3. SPEEDS UP HEALING
Aloesin, aloin, and emodin, are the secret behind aloe’s healing properties. They’ve been clinically shown to speed up healing in all kinds of flesh wounds, ranging from surgical wounds and burns to pressure sores and frostbite. Applying aloe daily soothes the inflammation and oxidative stress within wounds, while stimulating collagen production to help repair damaged skin tissue. Even Alexander the Great was known to apply aloe on soldiers’ wounds to hasten their recovery.
4. CLEARS UP ACNE
If your go-to acne treatment leaves your skin dry and irritated, try combining it with aloe. Aloe contains a natural source of salicylic acid and is used in various Ayurvedic preparations to fight acne causing bacteria. Combining aloe gel with common acne remedies, such as retinoids, increases their anti-acne benefits while minimizing irritating side effects.
5. SOOTHES BURNS
Aloe’s reputation as a burn remedy is well deserved—and backed by science. Aloe’s combination of antibacterial and skin healing ingredients help soothe and repair sunburned and heat burned skin. Clinical research shows that its gel is even more effective at reducing the pain, itching, infection, and recovery time in burn patients than many common treatments, including 1 percent silver sulfadiazine (SSD) cream.