Aloe Vera is well respected for its application as a moisturizing agent. It contains vitamin B complex, Folic acid, Vitamin C and Carotene (a precursor of vitamin A).
Applying aloe as skin tonic to your face regularly will help to diminish the lines and wrinkles associated with ageing and loss of elasticity in the skin. This is due to the simple fact that aloe vera contains both vitamin C and E, both of which are known to be vital for healthy skin and also help to improve natural firmness, leaving your skin soft, supple and hydrated.
Aloe Vera gel makes a great skin moisturizer and doesn’t leave the skin feeling greasy, so it’s good for all skin types. Aloe vera gel is also good for using after shaving and its healing properties will help with any small nicks or cuts.
The antimicrobial properties of aloe vera also make it an excellent option for acne treatment. Not only will aloe vera help to prevent acne, but it also has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the skin inflammation caused by acne.
Helps wit a sunburns. Aloe vera is widely used as an after-sun treatment because it is soothing and reduces inflammation. It is a powerful healing agent and is used in many sunburn treatments. The natural nutrients and antioxidants in the plant work to soothe the pain and help to regenerate the skin.
Aloe Vera also has a number of benefits for your hair. Topical application of aloe vera can help promote hair growth. Aloe vera removes dead cells from the scalp, which allows your hair to grow. It works wonders for dandruff and dandruff-related problems such as an itchy scalp. Aloe Vera helps restore your scalp’s pH balance, which promotes healthier and better hair.
Aloe Vera is well respected for its application as a moisturizing agent. It contains vitamin B complex, Folic acid, Vitamin C and Carotene (a precursor of vitamin A). It is already being commercially used in soaps, creams, lotions, and other cosmetics. The Aloe Vera gel juice we sell is a thin liquid designed for application in manufacturing processes. It is safe for direct application to the skin, but should not be confused with a gel. It is also important to note that it can spoil and become contaminated with microorganisms if not properly stored and used in combination with a preservative system.
|Botanical Name||Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|Cultivation||Conventional (Non GMO)|
|Ingredients||Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Decolorized|
Common Uses: For use in toners, lotions, creams, clay masks after sun spray formulations. It can be used as substitute for floral water.
|Shelf Life||1-2 years|
|Manufacture||Best Natures Cosmetic|
|Country of Manufacture||Canada|