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    Greens for skin - ALOE VERA & TEA TREE deep dive!

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    Everything about aloe vera and tea tree at one place

    Smoother, glowing, healthy looking and plump up skin is in everyone’s wish list. Not gonna lie here, we’ve tried a lot of products and still failed to get that fabulous skin! Cracking the code here for the flawless skin is no joke. All you need to do is - make sure you’re the best ingredients and in the right way - to get 100% out of it. What keeps a body healthy? Greens! And we’re gonna apply that here too. Greens for skin do wonders too. The two major ingredients being - aloe vera and tea tree oil that does wonders to skin. The succulent looking ingredients can be extremely helpful here - skin and health both.

    Sublime Life knows what is going to work for you. For example - Aloe vera is good for skin and hair issues and the same goes for tea trees. And this is the only reason, we’ll enlighten you with the reasons and facts why both these products are good for you.

    Aloe Vera

    The vicious looking plant that is grown at the back of your home can serve a lot of benefits. From your scalp to your toes - it’s going to work. Drink it or apply it - it does no harm. Just cut any of those spikes and scrape the gel out of it - that’s where the magic begins. It’s this sticky translucent gel that is going to be the main source of your skincare and haircare now.

    Why is aloevera so called? Let’s look at the benefits to find out if it’s really worth it or not?

    1. Moisturising 

    The thing about this is it intensely hydrates dry skin but because of it’s lightweight and non greasy texture, it’s so called for oily skin too. It’s all because of the presence of humectants that have the ability to bind moisture to the skin. The Naturalable Aloe Vera Cream intensely hydrated, moisturises and nourishes skin - works for all skin types.

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    2. Soothing

    Aloe vera is known for its cooling and anti-inflammatory properties and thus is used to soothe sunburns, burns or redness. It is even high in antioxidants and so boosts up the process of soothing.

    3. Anti-ageing

    Believe it or not, it can make you look younger! Properties like Vitamin C, E and beta-carotene are what helps here. Thus, it has the ability to diminish fine lines and wrinkles and bring in a more youthful skin. No wonder it’s found in so many anti ageing creams - collagen boosting is what it does best! You can pick the Arata Aloe Vera Under Eye Gel that brightens dark circles, calms puffy eyes and fine lines.

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    4. Conditioning

    If you think it’s limited to the use of the face, you’re so wrong! Aloe vera is known to condition your hair and make it soft and shiny. The hydrating power of aloe vera is what makes it useful here. The Prakriti Herbals Smoothening Jojoba Aloe Vera Hair Conditioner is perfect when you want to ensure smoothness and make your hair frizz free.

     

    5. Keep dandruff at bay

    If you’re irritated by those white little stubborn creatures on your head, aloe vera is to go for. The antibacterial properties of aloe vera are great to kick out any scalp issue and restore its health and hydration back.

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    Tea Tree 

    The pretty green looking tea tree leaves are no exception here too. You must've seen these ingredients on many of your products and it adds the right amount of fragrance. But that's not the only reason why it's famous. There's a lot more to it. Haircare to skincare to even makeup, it has made its way to one of the most used ingredients and is widely known.

    Is the tea tree really that good? Or it’s just hyped with no results! Let’s find out.

    1. Glowing Skin

    First of all, tea tree oil is beneficial if you want your skin to look glowing and hydrated. Known as the powerhouse of antioxidants, it eliminates dryness and adds in radiance and smoothness. Bliscent Eucalyptus and Tea Tree Face Toner refreshes skin, boosts collagen and treats dullness.

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    2. Acne

    t’s been used since oldage to treat acne and all the credit goes to its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. It even restores and maintains the oil balance of skin - keeping acne and breakouts at a distance. The Ilana Clarifying Skin Serum is what helps you to get rid of tiny bumps and make skin clear. 

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    3. Skin infections

    If you’re suffering from itchy skin, eczema, irritation, redness and dryness, tea tree is what you should pick. The anti-septic, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties of tea tree is excellent in kicking out skin issues. 

    4. Hair fall

    Tea tree oil is known for reducing hair fall, eliminating the causes behind it and promotes a healthy scalp and increases the process of hair growth. Picking the Juicy Chemistry Organic Baobab, Rosemary & Tea Tree Shampoo is helpful! It controls hair fall and eases up irritated and itchy scalp.

     

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    5. Natural deodorant

    It’s always a good idea to smell nicely and tea tree is what makes it successful. It acts as a natural deodorant. The antibacterial properties help control odour and keep you smelling fresh.

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    Thus, it’s clearly visible that both these ingredients - aloe vera and tea tree are good for your skin and hair and it’s a great way to combat issues with these greens.

    -Aparna Das

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