That Aloe Vera is an excellent ingredient in your acne treatment.
Acne is a condition that develops once the skin has an abnormal secretion of oil which can also be called 'sebum'. The oil gland also produces keratinized cells, often an oily acne-prone skin overproduces these.
This leads to blockages in the external layers of the skin called the epidermis, in such a blockage an unusual growth of bacteria can occur which then will result in Acne and Blackheads.
The Aloe Vera plant’s antiseptic and antifungal properties, combined with the hydration and strengthening effect of mannans, makes it a wonderful treatment against Acne and Blackheads.
The Curaloe Solution
For best results: Cleanse the face twice a day with Curaloe Facial Wash. Always dry the skin thoroughly and gently with a clean towel and then apply the Curaloe Facial Toner with cotton ball or pad to the cleansed area.
As a moisturizer on very oily and acne-prone skin, apply the Curaloe Facial Gel (on the face) or Curaloe Body Gel for the rest of the body.
Twice a week: Do a special treatment by applying the Curaloe Moisturizing Scrub to clean skin, perform rotary, circular movement. Then wash off with warm water and apply the Curaloe Facial Gel to the area before going to sleep. The treatment will leave the skin soft, hydrated and mattified (less oily) with less redness and irritation.
Remember, it's all about staying consistent and having patience to wait for the results as it takes around two months for the skin to show it's progress.