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    **Shiza khan** Female

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    Default Is it safe to apply aloe vera the whole day on the face?

    Here are some tips that how you can apply Aloe Vera for best results

    1. A Skin Healing Mask

    Aloe vera is wonderful for not only healing acne scars but also for moisturizing the skin and keeping it youthful. Itís easy to make a healing facemask with nothing more than the gel of 1-2 aloe vera leaf halves. Mix this with some essential oil if you like for a nice scent (mint, thieves, and lavender are nice) or simply use it plain. Apply for 30 minutes and let it sit. Itís mild in scent on its own and has a particularly wonderful cooling feel.

    2. A Sunburn Healing Gel

    As many people know, aloe vera is wonderful for helping with sunburn. Youíve likely seen those sunburn gels at drugstores with aloe vera, but the better option that will provide many less chemicals is to just use real aloe leaf. It can help reduce redness and pain associated with sunburn fairly quickly and can be applied liberally as much as needed. You can apply the gel plain or can mix it with a carrier oil, such as coconut and hemp, for extra moisturizing and healing benefits.

    3. Minor Skin Burns

    This is the reason my grandmother always kept aloe on hand. Apparently she knew that her 12 grandchildren would have a few burns here and there. She was also a cook and liked to use it around if she touched a hot stove every now and then. I remember her always using aloe on our burns as children and though we thought she was weird, it always worked quickly. Aloe veraís moisturizing and healing benefits transcend into the skin to reduce inflammation and aid in repair of the skin fairly quickly. To use it on a burn, apply just enough to coat the burn and cover with a bandage so it can do its job. Leave overnight and it should be better in the morning. The pain goes away almost immediately upon application, however.

    4. Cuts and Wounds

    The gel of the aloe vera plant contains polysaccharide fibers, which is essentially why itís used as a digestive aid (but that also makes it problematic for some people). These fibers also help to seal wounds and itís natural cooling properties help soothe pain from cuts and wounds. Apply aloe to minor skin cuts and wounds after youíve cleansed the area with a warm cloth and some peroxide (yes, that part stings). Then seal it up with a bandage and let it sit to heal overnight or for a day.

    5. Itching or Skin Irritation

    Psoriasis and skin irritation can both be a pain to deal with (literally) and can also be hard to manage. Many prescription creams and over the counter creams donít work, and those that do often contain excess chemicals that are not best for our skins to absorb (parabens are common ingredient in these creams). Aloe is one of the best to relieve itching and irritation because it contains glycoproteins which help reduce inflammation upon contact.

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    Again more great tips.

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    **marryhill** Female

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    Yes, it is safe to apply aloe vera the whole day on the face.Because right now i am using aloe vera gel for acne as well as some facial mask on my face.


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