When it comes to sunburns, what’s the first remedy that comes to mind? For us, it’s Aloe Vera… and there’s a reason for that! The Aloe Vera plant has several uses with a rich history known as the “plant of immortality” in ancient Egypt thanks to its soothing and healing qualities. While Aloe is an important ingredient in skin care, it also has a place in the wax industry. Read further to better utilize the Aloe Vera benefits in your practice.
Aloe Vera calms and soothes red and irritated skin The real magic happens in Aloe Vera’s inner juice… It’s both calming and soothing making it a valuable ingredient in post wax care! It actually forms a protective layer over the affected area to lock in moisture and utilizes its incredible properties to soothe the skin:
- Acetyl Salicylic acid, which acts as a natural aspirin
- Vitamins and minerals
- Antiseptic powers
- Amino acids that strengthen skin and promote skin renewal
It seems like a dream to prevent redness after waxing, right?! With this healing power, there’s really no reason why you shouldn’t also use Aloe Vera in your post wax care. So, to provide relief from post wax irritation, we recommend you apply Berodin Post Wax Soothing Cream especially if your client has sensitive skin!Aloe Vera has healing qualities In addition to its hydrating qualities, Aloe Vera is also healing… one study even found that Aloe accelerated the healing of first and second degree burns by nine days! If it can treat harmful burns, then one can easily assume that it also accelerates the post wax healing process. We mentioned that Aloe promotes skin renewal too… in addition to soothing the skin after a wax, it actually promotes skin cell production to strengthen the skin. If you’re interested in learning about other Aloe Vera benefits and move through the checkout process faster, then create an account with Berodin today.