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Reasons Why Neem And Aloe Vera Should Be A Part Of Your Skincare Routine

Are you someone looking for ways to naturally rejuvenate the skin? If yes, then you have landed on the right page. Add neem and aloe vera to your skincare regimen for added benefits.

Written by Arushi Bidhuri | Updated : June 9, 2021 9:49 AM IST



Healthy and glowing skin reflects and reveals a lot about your overall health. Ayurvedic treatment can be effective, but consult a professional Ayurvedic doctor to determine your skin problem for a suitable treatment for any long-term or recurring skin problems.


Neem And Aloe Vera To The Rescue

When it’s too hot and humid outside, the skin tends to become rough and tanned. Constant sweat and grime clog pores form on the skin, leading to uneven skin tone. However, you don’t need to burn a hole in your pocket because there are some kitchen ingredients that can do wonders for the skin. So, head to the kitchen and look for some Neem and Aloe Vera. While Neem contains fatty acids and is high on the disinfectant quotient, aloe vera contains vitamins, enzymes, minerals, sugars, lignin, saponins, salicylic acid and amino acids. All of these nutrients are great for your skin.  Also Read - Will Children Born To Hepatitis C-Infected Mothers Also Get The Infection?


For Clearing The Skin

Clogged pores often lead to acne, which can be annoying to handle. Applying neem to the areas or drinking a small amount of neem juice can help in removing germs that cause acne and skin breakouts. Aloe vera, on the other hand, aids in skin regeneration and general smoothness. Combining these two wonder ingredients can work together to unclog pores and eliminate blackheads and whiteheads without drying out the face or behind flaky peels.


Helps With Sunburn And Removing Tan

Overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun can cause sunburn, which is characterised by red, puffy, and painful skin. Aloe Vera's antioxidative qualities help to reverse the symptoms of sunburn and tan. Neem contains anti-inflammatory properties and helps reduce germ/filth accumulation on the skin produced by perspiration and grime. As a result, it provides long-lasting environmental protection, especially when used in common skin/hygiene products like a body wash.  Also Read - Acid Reflux Treatment: Know How To Detect And Treat Acid Reflux Easily At Home, Expert Speaks, Watch Video


Hydrates The Skin

Summers aren’t exactly your best friend when it comes to your skin. Incorporate aloe vera and neem in your skincare regimen to naturally hydrate the skin without making it look greasy. Aloe vera extract creates a skin barrier that helps keep it cool and hydrates it. The polysaccharides and anti-inflammatory properties of aloe vera make it a perfect hydrating gel. Neem also contains properties that hydrate the skin. You can mix neem oil with some aloe vera gel to soothe irritated skin.