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All About Aloe Vera

  • 4/23/22, 7:41 AM
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Aloe Vera also called nature’s miracle plant or the plant of immortality, comes from the gel of the leafs of the Aloe Vera plant and has been used as a natural beauty ingredient for thousands of years.

Aloe vera helps to moisturize and revitalize skin and hair without leaving a greasy feeling. With its beneficial properties it helps to maintain optimal skin condition because of its ability to retain moisture and hydrate the skin leaving it smooth and soft. It is a natural plant extract used for many skin issues. Aloe Vera also helps reduce the appearance of the skin’s ageing through its moisturizing characteristics, which in the long run counteracts fine lines and wrinkles. Aloe vera is one of our favourite ingredients so you will find it in many of our products.

7 benefits of aloe vera

✔ Natural active beauty ingredient
✔ Suitable for normal and dry skin
✔ Cooling and soothing
✔ Great moisturizer, no greasy feeling
✔ Revitalizes skin & hair
✔ Help make skin & hair soft and smooth
✔ Help counteract the appearance of skin’s ageing


Aloe vera is a time-honored treatment. Alexander the Great used the clear gel-like sap in the middle of its leaves to heal their wounded soldiers’ wounds. And while there’s some evidence it can help some types of wounds, it may delay healing in others.


Here’s an area where aloe really seems to shine. A number of studies show that aloe ointments and creams can help burns, including sunburns, heal more quickly. Some substances in the aloe ease swelling and speed up healing, and others help your body repair the skin.

Cold Sores

The research is still early on this, but some of it shows aloe might help slow the growth of the virus that cause cold sores. Aloe extract cream may also help cold sores heal faster.


This reaction causes swollen, red, itchy skin when you come in contact with something like detergents, soaps, poison oak, poison ivy, copper, grass, or nickel (in some jewelry). Aloe may help ease these symptoms along with those of seborrheic dermatitis, which often affects oily areas like your face, back, and chest.