How many times have you moisturized your skin with lotion only to find it completely dry and cracked hours later? If you’ve been having a tough time keeping your skin soft and supple, you may want to try using aloe. This natural source of hydration can do wonders for your skin in a short amount of time.

As Daily Glow states, aloe can boost collagen in the skin, which is crucial to reducing the appearance and development of wrinkles. Women who’re starting to notice fine lines may want to take advantage of this little miracle worker.

Because aloe is full of antioxidants, many people believe that it can fight the effects of free radicals on the skin. Free radicals naturally exist in the environment and can potentially make skin look older than it really is.

If you think you might not be giving your skin enough aloe, it may be worth incorporating aloe-infused cosmetics into your makeup, such as GloMinerals Body Glisten, which contains Aloe Barbadensis. A compact powder with vitamin E and aloe vera can also hydrate your skin and help you maintain your silky smooth complexion.

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About Shayna Murphy

Lia is a self-professed beauty and skincare fanatic from North Andover, Massachusetts, who's always looking to see which trends will be hot next and what products are the most effective. From lipstick to eyeshadow to nighttime moisturizer, she's constantly lusting after new arrivals and adding them to her must-try list. After checking out numerous products and reading up on the latest trends, Lia's become a beauty expert who can guide you through the ins and outs of makeup and skincare. My favorite beauty product is... - Lip gloss. I can never seem to get enough. Can't leave the house without my... - Moisturizer. I feel so dry without it! I would describe my style as... - Casually done-up, with glamorous looks for nights out!


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