Aloe Vera and Neem: Perfect combination for the daily fresh start
Summers can be really hard for everybody. It is the time where the skin seems to be the most ignored part of the body. These days skin is not that dry, the reason being the air is filled with moisture, ending up more of oily skin is seen. Another problem faced is the Sun, its excessive heat leads to suntan, sunburn. Therefore, we can say that skin needs more attention during this time of the year. Neem and aloe vera soap is a perfect blend for treating and rejuvenating the lost skin you have. Neem is said to be a miracle herb, a ‘wonder leaf’ which has many medicinal uses in Ayurveda. It is rich in Vitamin C, due to which Neem soap helps in getting rid of skin problems like blackheads, dullness, and aging like the skin with a youthful glow and even helps in reducing redness and inflammation.
Neem is antiseptic, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-fungal and much more. All these properties help in healing many skin issues, diseases, and disorders. Aloe Vera is responsible for promoting the production of collagen to help keep skin healthy. Without this collagen in our body, the skin starts to sag; wrinkle lines appear and ageing faster. Therefore, Aloe Vera soaps would not let wrinkles come on your face.
The leaves of aloe vera can store reasonable amounts of water to prevent the plant from drying out in even the most intense heats and conditions. Due to this ability, the gel contained within the leaves are often used as the basis for pharmaceutical products designed to help either hydrate or moisturise your skin. Aloe vera is a source of vitamins C and E, which are therefore renowned for their ability to maintain, protect your body against potential harm from free radical molecules. These molecules interact with your skin cells, which further tries and steals electrons to form a stable pair. The resultant to this pair will be a called oxidative stress, which has the potential to rupture skin cells, which would contribute to a weakened immune system.