Its botanical name is "Aloe Barbadensis Miller" and belongs to the Asphodelaceae family (Liliaceae). It is a shrubby or arborescent, perennial, xerophytic, succulent, pea-green color plant. Its also known as "Barbados Aloe" or "Curaçao Aloe" and has been used in folk and traditional medicines for centuries to treat and cure lots of different diseases. Although Aloe Vera is native to northern areas of Africa, it has quickly spread around the world because it is easy to cultivate.
Aloe vera is a shrubby or arborescent, perennial, xerophytic, succulent plant with fleshy, thick, lanceolate, serrated, shaped leaves of green-greyish color. Aloe vera gel comes from the lower leaves of the plant by slicing the leaf open. The Aloe vera gel is clear, tasteless and odorless.
Aloe Vera contains lots of vitamins including A, C, E, folic acid, choline, B1, B2, B3 (niacin), B6, B12, minerals such as zinc, calcium, magnesium, sodium, chromium, selenium, manganese, iron, potassium, copper, around twenty amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, eight of them being essential for the human body, as well as enzymes, sugars, anthraquinones, hormones, fatty acids giving Aloe Vera its unique medicinal properties.
Despite its widespread popularity, scientific evidence on the aloe vera gel remains sparse. Many home remedies and treatments have been attributed to Aloe Vera over the centuries all around the world; however, almost none have been verifiable by empirical evidence or medical studies.
Aloe vera gel is considered as safe if applied topically. Its efficacy to treat burn wounds, genital herpes and seborrheic dermatitis has been proven in clinical trials, but no conclusive evidence has been found proven that it could be used to treat conditions such as psoriasis or type 2 diabetes. Its major application remains as a skin moisturizer in cosmetics and to treat sunburns, for which it has proven its effectiveness.
Aloe Vera has strong proven properties such as analgesic (relieves pain of wounds), antipruritic (relieves or prevents itching) anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal (helping to destroy fungi), emollient (helping to soften and smooth the skin), cell proliferant (helping to quickly regrow new cells) used to heal wounds and burns and astringent (causing the contraction of the skin, blood vessels, and other tissues stopping the fluid discharge), that will help to make the vagina tight.
Aloe Vera increases the skin's elasticity making it more flexible through elastin and collagen repair, so the following Aloe Vera based solution will tighten your vagina, clean it and keep it healthy. Use it as a vaginal wash or for vaginal douching. Simply put half a cup of water in a bowl and mix it with 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel. Apply the resulting concoction into the vagina and its surroundings.
Even though many women use Aloe Vera based home remedies to tighten and cleanse their vaginas we do not recommend using them. In fact, you should never prepare your own Aloe Vera decoctions. Your vagina has a pH that plays a major role in your overall vaginal health. Vaginal pH allows to measure the degree of acidity of the vaginal environment. Typically healthy women have a vaginal pH around 3.5 to 4.5. Keeping the vaginal pH in balance is essential to make sure yeast and bacteria is keept in check, to avoid getting infections, developping bad odor, disconfort, itching, burning and irritations.
Even though Aloe Vera has a pH ranging from 4 to 5, around the same pH of the vagina, it is not safe to do your own preparations because you do not know the pH of the resulting solution, leaving you at risk of getting vaginal infections, irritations, itching, burning, incomfort and much more.
This is why we recommend using one of the brand name vaginal tightening products we carry rather than a home made remedy that could jeopardize your overall vaginal health by unbalancing your vaginal pH. Our vaginal tightening products adhere to strict quality control regulations and have standards in place to make sure they are safe for your health.
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Yes, thanks to its astringent property it will help make your vagina tighter, but you will need to guess the quantity of Aloe Vera gel to use based to prepare your solution, putting you at risk of infections, irritations, incomfort, burning, itching and much more. This is why we do not recommend using your own Aloe Vera preparation.
Yes, it will, just be cautions when preparing your solution to make sure you will not umbalance the pH fo the vaginal flora leaving you at risk of infections, irritations, incomfort, burning, itching and all kind of vaginal issues.
Prepare a solution of water with Aloe Vera gel as explained above and use it as a vaginal wash or douching. Please note that we do not recommend using your own solutions, it has been proved that even using water alone will disrupt the balance of your vaginal pH leaving you at risk of infections, irritations, incomfort, burning, itching and all kind of vaginal issues.
Yes, prepare your Aloe Vera solution as explained above and use it as a vaginal wash or a douch. Note that we do not recommend using Aloe Vera home made remedies to tighten your vagina to avoid putting you at risk of infections, irritations, incomfort, burning, itching and all kind of vaginal issues.
Do your own concoction with water and Aloe Vera gel and use it as a vaginal wash or a vaginal douch. Note that the results will not last and you are at risk of umbalancing the pH of your vagina and getting vaginal infections, disconfort, irritations and all kind of vaginal issues.