Most people use aloe in the summer months and aloe is most often applied to sunburns in order to ease pain and promote healing.
However, aloe can also be used in the cold winter months to prevent several different common skin concerns.
Check out some of the benefits of using aloe during winter months below.
Cold winter weather can make your scalp very dry, and this can force you to deal with dandruff throughout the colder months. Fortunately, you can prevent this from becoming a problem by using a shampoo and conditioner with aloe in it. There are some shampoos and conditioners that come with aloe, or you can create your own. Either way, you can knock out dandruff quickly by incorporating aloe into your hair care routine.
Exfoliate Dry Skin
Dry skin is something that you’re going to have to deal with on a regular basis in the winter. Even if you apply moisturizer regularly, skin gradually dries out over time. You can buy exfoliators that will get rid of dry skin cells, but you can also use aloe to create a scrub that will knock dry dead cells off and keep them away.
Sanitize your Hands
Many people turn to hand sanitizers in the winter to deal with germs and prevent getting sick. But the problem with hand sanitizers is that they can cause your hands to become very dry. Aloe can help with this. Rather than purchasing hand sanitizer, you can make your own and incorporate aloe into it to deal with dryness. You will notice a difference as soon as you start using it.
Arbordoun’s Herbal Skin Care Products is a big believer in the power of aloe. It’s one of the essential ingredients in our cream and lotion. If you want to feel the benefits of aloe for yourself, check out the products that we have to offer.