Question: Does aloe vera gel have side effects?

Side effects. Topical aloe vera might irritate your skin. Oral aloe, which has a laxative effect, can cause cramping and diarrhea. This may cause electrolyte imbalances in the blood of people who ingest aloe for more than a few days.

Is aloe vera gel bad for skin?

Aloe gel is generally considered safe when appropriately applied to the skin. It might be safe when appropriate doses are taken orally for a short time. Aloe latex or whole-leaf extract taken orally might be unsafe and is likely unsafe in high doses.

Is aloe vera gel bad?

According to WebMD, aloe gel is safe when applied to the skin as a medicine or cosmetic. But taking aloe latex by mouth can be unsafe if taken in high doses. “Aloe latex can cause some side effects such as stomach pain and cramps.

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