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Aloe Vera

Aloe vera, also appear on ingredients lists as aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice, contains around 75 active constituents, including Vitamins A,C & E to provide antioxidant protection, 8 enzymes to inhibit inflammatory processes in the body and 9 different minerals to support the body’s natural functioning. It also includes sugars to provide hydrating humectant properties, fatty acids to provide anti-inflammatory & antiseptic properties, and hormones to promote wound healing.

What is Aloe Vera?

Aloe vera is a skincare ingredient derived from the gel-like substance found inside the leaves of the aloe vera plant. It is used to soothe and hydrate the skin, and to promote overall skin health.

What does Aloe Vera do?

Aloe vera offers multiple benefits for the skin. It helps to soothe and calm irritated or sunburned skin, reducing redness and discomfort. Aloe vera also provides hydration and moisture, promoting a plump and healthy-looking complexion. Additionally, it contains antioxidants that help protect the skin against environmental damage and premature aging.

Who is Aloe Vera good for?

If any of the following apply Aloe Vera might be a good option for you:

Dry and dehydrated skin

Impaired skin barrier




Who should avoid Aloe Vera?

If any of the following apply it might be best to avoid Aloe Vera:

Related Allergy

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