Scientists have discovered over 150 nutritional ingredients in Aloe vera. There seems to be no single magic ingredient. They all work together in a synergistic way to create healing and health-giving benefits. The ten main areas of chemical constituents of Aloe vera include amino acids, anthraquinones, enzymes, minerals, vitamins, lignins, monosaccharides, polysaccharides, salicylic acid, saponins, and sterols.
- Sandalwood: Because of its light and dry physical properties (i.e., Laghu & Ruksha Guna) and cold potency (Sheet Virya), fresh Sandalwood infusion in aloe vera gel works brilliantly on skin-related issues like pigmentation, sunburn, acne, and skin that lacks luster due to the sweltering heat and an incessant demand for water by the body
- Kesar /saffron: Saffron can be an excellent natural ingredient for reducing pigmentation, brown spots, and other skin blemishes.
- Ashwagandha: Its potent antioxidant properties help protect the skin against free radical damage and slow down the aging process by firming up your skin for a more youthful look when infused with Aloe vera Gel. Ashwagandha stimulates DHEA, which is a precursor to both testosterone and estrogen and stimulates the production of natural skin oils.
- Mint: Mint works well as a mild astringent agent that helps to tone your skin naturally. Aloe vera gel infused with mint is potent to clear off the dead cells, removes the dirt from the pores, and revamps your skin to a smoother, supple, and well-hydrated tone. In addition, it also retains the moisture in your skin by tightening the pores.
- Jasmine: We know that jasmine oil has antiseptic properties that are beneficial in treating skin infections. According to research, jasmine oil also has anti-inflammatory properties and can be useful in general skincare and the treatment of psoriasis. Aloe vera when infused with Jasmine may faster the healing process of such skin issues.
- Turmeric: Aloe vera when infused with Turmeric enhances the antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components. These characteristics may provide glow and luster to the skin. Turmeric may also revive your skin by bringing out its natural glow. You may want to try a turmeric face mask at home to see if the spice has any positive effects on your skin.
- Tulsi: One of the benefits of tulsi for skin is that it contains camphene which works as a natural toner to remove excess oil in the skin. This is how it prevents blackheads, whiteheads, and other impurities that clog the hair follicles.
- Grapeseed: Aloe vera with Grapeseed infusion may help in even out skin tone making it more firm and clear.
- Pomegranate is thought to contain natural antimicrobials from vitamin C, which may help fight bacteria and fungus in your skin. Such benefits may help treat P. acne bacteria, which may be a precursor to acne breakouts.
- Zinc is an essential mineral that helps the body inside and out. It can even help maintain the health of your largest organ: your skin. Due to its anti-inflammatory effects, zinc is especially beneficial for inflammatory acne and related scarring. Aloe vera when infused with nanoparticles of Zinc may faster the healing process.
- Aloe Vera infused with Rose has a variety of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals and its oil is fantastic for tackling dry skin. It also offers astringent properties, making it an excellent combatant of acne, redness, and inflammation.
- Geranium its antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiseptic properties makes its Aloe vera infusion beneficial for reducing acne breakouts, skin irritation, and skin infections when applied topically.
- Vetiver hailed for its use in skin cell regeneration and boosting the growth of new cells. Aloe Vera infused with Vitiver facilitates wound healing, effectively reduces scars, blemishes, and marks due to acne, burns or pox by removing dead skin cells from the body and hence bestows radiant skin.