Is Aloe Vera Really Good for Hyperpigmentation?

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Is Aloe Vera Really Good for Hyperpigmentation?

A research from Soyun Cho (et al), on 2009, showed that Aloe Vera actually could increase our collagen production; hence help our skin to improve its facial wrinkles and elasticity within 90 days. The abundance of minerals and vitamins in Aloe helps to reduce melanin (pigment in skin) production, which helps to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation (sun spots and age spots). Aloe Vera is also extremely hydrating because it is composed of around 96% water. It is important to remember to always wear a high SPF daily when trying to reduce dark spots and discolorations.

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