What Is Aloe Vera?
Aloe Vera, or 'Aloe Barbadensis Miller' is a green plant that has been utilized in remedies for centuries. It was originally native to northern regions of African, but has spread tremendously across the world due to it's simple ability to cultivate in the most unfriendly environments. The Aloe Vera Juice, which is what most people think of when they refer to the name, is found in the lower region of the leafs.
Aloe Vera Gel is tasteless, clear, and is packed full of a number of vitamins and minerals. It contains vitamins A, E, C, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, folic acid, and choline. It also contains magnesium, sodium, selenium, manganese, calcium, zinc, iron, potassium, twenty amino acids, enzymes, sugars, fatty acids, and copper. That a long list of goodness.
You are probably most familiar with Aloe Vera for treating sun burns, as it's effective at soothing severely burnt skin. However, this wondrous plant has many other beneficial properties. It's a natural antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, antimicrobial, anti inflammatory, anti fungal, and antipruritic. It works as a emollient to sooth the skin and cell proliferant to help quickly regrow new skin cells.
Aloe Vera's Tightening Ability
Aloe Vera is used to increase the skin's elasticity. This is done by allowing collagen repair and providing the body with more elastin. These two components are what makes the skin tighter.
As we get older our skin starts to lose its collagen and elastin. This can cause wrinkling and sagging skin. With the use of Aloe Vera you can provide the body with more of these two essential elements to regain firmer and more elastic skin.
This is why it's so popular for the use of vaginal tightening. You only need about one tablespoon of Aloe Vera Gel for this mixture. Add the Aloe Vera Gel to about a cup of water. Apply the mixture via vaginal douching or a vaginal steam bath. Either application will work to bring the tightening effects from Aloe Vera to your body.