Aloe Use Examples
Aloe Use Examples
Prepare 3.5kg of aloe, two 1.8-litter bottles of Soju,1/2 cup of brown sugar, and 360ml of malt.
Chop the leaves into thin strips, add the brown sugar, malt, and soju.
Having 1~2 glasses (soju glass) with a meal, before going to sleep, or when feeling tired can relax the tense body and help you get a good sleep.
Brew tea from dried aloe arborescens leaves that are not ground. You can add honey in the tea.
The effects are the same as when eating the leaves, and those who feel uncomfortable eating the raw leaf often drink the tea.
You can also grind the dried leaves to eat them.
Good for those who have sensitive skin and requires sufficient moisturization.
When bathing, you can put the powder into bath water, boil the unground aloe and add the liquid into the bath water,
or use th powder instead of shampoo.
Put 200~300g of raw aloe leaf and 2~4 small bottles of yakult into a mixer and blend it to make 2 cups of juice.
Cut the raw leaves of aloe vera or aloe saponaria, clean them, grind them on a grate, and squeeze out the liquid.
This is the aloe cosmetic water. Collect the liquid on palms, and rub it onto your face, neck, back of the hands, etc.
The liquid loses its effect and potency as time passes, so make sure to use it as soon as it is squeezed. When the aloe vera or aloe
saponaria liquid is completely absorbed into the skin, drop 2~3 drops of aloe arborescens liquid and rub it into the skin.
The skin absorbs “abonaside” that is only contained in aloe arborescens, and the cosmetic effect is doubled.
Since aloe arborescens has some stimulant properties, using it as the main ingredient of cosmetic water may, although not often,
cause abnormal effects such as rashes on those who have overly sensitive skin. For such users, it is recommended to add 2~3 drops of
water to the aloe liquid to dilute it before use. Over time, the concentration can gradually be increased. Aloe arborescens has much less jelly
content than aloe vera or aloe saponaria, and thus less effective than the other two. A drawback of aloe cosmetic water is with its storage.
Making a large amount at one time for later use is not a good idea because the quality changes with time. Although it may be a little bothersome,
it is better to make new for each use in order to wholly benefit from aloe’s natural fresh effect.
Prepare raw aloe leaves, 1 cucumber, 1 egg, and small amounts of flour and brown sugar
1.Clean the aloe leaves and grind them on a grate.
2.Wrap the aloe with a cotton cloth and squeeze out the liquid.
3.Grind the cucumber on the grate as well.
4.In the same way, squeeze out the cucumber liquid.
5.In a bowl, add egg and pour 1 tea spoon of the aloe liquid and 2 tea spoons of the cucumber liquid.
6.Add 2 tea spoons of brown sugar, and stir the mixture until the egg white is completely mixed with other ingredients.
7.Add flour, being careful not to make the mixture too dry or watery. Apply the mask over the entire face a few times.
Be careful not to move your face too much for about 20 minutes. When the mask becomes dry, wash it off with lukewarm water.
The skin becomes more resilient and smooth. Just a single application of the mask can bring a significant result.
Applying the mask 2~3 times a week can multiply the effect. Applying the mask after taking a bath increases the effect even more.
After applying the mask, if you rub aloe cosmetic water before going to bed, you can see a more dramatic effect.
You can use the aloe gel as a hair-styling gel.
For both children and adults, rubbing the aloe gel on burns, bruises, or insect bites is good for alleviating pain and curing the skin.
When skin has been overly exposed to sunlight, rubbing aloe gel makes the skin cool down and removes pain.