Ancient Egyptians called it the “plant of immortality”. Since then, its uses became more and more frequent in the beauty and medicinal industry, and it's one of the leading plants with numerous benefits in treating a variety of skin conditions, from flaky or dry skin, cosmetic ailments, wounds and burns, skin infections, cysts, eczema, genital herpes, psoriasis, canker sores, skin ulcers and many more.
This cactus plant grows in dry climates such as those found in parts of Africa and India and has been prized as a healing herbal remedy since ancient times. It nourishes the body from within, helps digestion and boosts immune function. Used topically improves the health and beauty of the skin, hair and more.
Aloe Vera has many many good properties such as:
- anti-inflammatory and cooling properties
- Anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and anti-septic properties
- antioxidants and minerals
- Vitamin C and E
- Anti-age qualities
It is a natural moisturizer that softens and improves the skin hydration without clogging pores and without leaving greasy film on the skin at the same time. Aloe speeds up skin cell reproduction and penetrates the epidermis four times faster than water and stimulates the growth of new cells, while glycoproteins reduce the inflammation and redness. It increases the body’s production of collagen and improves skin elasticity in a very short time. And because of its abilities to speeds up skin cell reproduction, Aloe Vera is a great to fight inflammation and to reduce redness, and it is natural treatment for acne, acne scars, stretch marks, cuts and burns. Aloe Vera can be used as an aftershave treatment while hydrating the skin and helping heal razor burns.
So, in other words: Once you try Aloe Vera, you will never stop!