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When it comes to your moisturizing skin care products, you may have noticed one ingredient that that’s been making a skin hydrating splash: Aloe vera. Aloe vera gel and aloe vera extract are making their way into skin moisturizing products on shelves in stores. And, it may just be worth the hype, as formulas containing this plant extract can help provide multiple skin types, including dry and oily skin, with a boost in skin hydration.
As a skin care ingredient, aloe vera can be a beneficial component of skin care moisturizing formulas that can be suitable for any skin type. The plant itself contains a high and diverse concentration of vitamins and antioxidants, consisting of over 75 different ingredients including minerals, enzymes, sugars, amino acids, salicylic acid, zinc and vitamins A, C, and E. These vitamins are known for their skin soothing and moisturizing properties.
Aloe vera extract is a natural ingredient that can also help improve skin hydration. Consisting of mostly water, the aloe vera plant helps to moisturize the skin, so it can be an ideal skin care ingredient for those with dry skin. Aloe vera moisturizes your skin by drawing in water from its surroundings, like the air for example. When part of a skin care formula, aloe vera can also form a thin layer on your skin’s surface, which can help increase your skin’s ability to retain added moisture. And while it boasts many hydrating pluses for those with dry skin, moisturizers formulated with aloe vera can also be a hydrating option for those with oily skin, because they typically don’t weigh heavy on the skin.
If you haven’t found the perfect moisturizer for your skin yet, give a moisturizer formulated with aloe vera a try – given how this skin care ingredient can lend well to, dry and oily skin types your odds of liking it are fairly good.