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I have a problem with the skin, my skin is dry, but I am diligent drinking water and eating vegetables, but my skin remains dry especially after bathing, whether due to weather or something else?
Aloe gel which is a therapeutic herb is known to contain anti inflammatory anti fungal properties which heals the dry patched skin. With 90 percent of liquid, the succulent gel soothes skin reducing red patches and itchy irritations caused due to dryness. You can drink aloe vera gel drink usually.
Actually, I have the same problem. Aside from dry skin, my acne scars are inflammed, can I use the aloe gel they sell in a tub or should it be directly from a plant? Thanks.
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