How to use aloe vera as a pore minimizer

How to use aloe vera as a pore minimizer

Hi girls! I alway say that beauty comes from within to outside!
And today there are endless ways to take care of yourself. By and large i prefere to use natural products: wipe out undereye circles, dry patches and other skin ailments can take care of with inexpensive kitchen-staple remedies.

One of my favorite natural tonic is a preparation of aloe vera, rooibos tea, (red tea), rosewater.

Aloe vera
contains antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E, B 12, folic acid, plus calcium magnesium, zinc, selenium, and potassium (drinking aloe rehydrates and calms inflammation inside as well, improving digestion when taken in moderation).It helps bind moisture in the skin and stimulates collagen production to repair skin tissue. Infact it is often used for sunburn and summer-parched skin.

Red tea
contains alpha hydroxy acid and zinc content so is very good for the skin. Applying some red tea powder directly to the skin, the effect will be to relieve acne, pimples, sunburns or related skin conditions and can reduce the signs of wrinkles and other premature aging symptoms.

Rose water
provides a wide range of benefits to the skin. It is very good in purifying the skin and protects it from bacterial infections. It is also a brilliant skin toner as it tones the skin and helps removing dirt, makeup and oil from the skin. It can also heal sunburn and wounds. It helps to stimulate circulation in the skin and reduces thread veins and broken capillaries. It also helps in maintaining the pH balance of the skin, and provides calming effect onacne and eczema.

Aloe vera associated with rooibos tea (red tea) and rose water helps you to regenerate your skin and remove dry, dead skin that clogs pores.

The red tea is rich in zinc and alpha hydroxy acids, which help dissolve the top layer of dead skin cells, and the aloe vera juice restores moisture.
It is used before bedtime twice a week.

Here's the recipe:
  • ½ cup distilled water
  • 1 Tbsp rooibos tea (red tea)
  • 1 Tbsp aloe vera juice
  • 2 Tbsp rosewater

  • Brew a cup of red tea and let steep for 20 minutes before removing the bag and placing in the fridge to cool. Then pour the aloe vera juice and rosewater into a bottle, top off with the chilled tea, close cap and shake well. Swipe on skin with a cotton pad. The mixture will last up to a month in your medicine cabinet.

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