Spotlight on Aloe Vera

February 03, 2022 2 min read

Aloe vera is an evergreen succulent plant that thrives in dry conditions. It’s more than 95% water and contains beneficial vitamins A, C, E, B12, folic acid, choline and minerals calcium, chromium, copper, selenium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium and zinc.

Aloe vera for skin is beneficial because it’s a natural botanical rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Aloe vera is well known for its calming, soothing effect on skin. But it also gently exfoliates, moisturizes and protects skin from environmental stressors. And to top it off, aloe vera keeps skin looking fresh and youthful by minimizing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots. With so many skin benefits to offer, aloe vera is too often a missing component to a well-rounded skin care regimen. Don’t let it be missing from your daily routine any longer!

Try one of our aloe vera gels and see for yourself.

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Top Reasons to Use Aloe Vera for Skin

  • It soothes and protects.

Aloe vera for skin can help soothe temporary redness and skin irritations. Also full of polyphenols, plant-based nutrients that act as antioxidants and protect your skin from environmental stressors.

  • It moisturizes and feels amazing.

Good for all skin types, aloe vera adds gentle, natural hydration, helps skin retain moisture and feel revitalized. With its smooth, cool texture, aloe vera also feels fantastic on your skin! Pro Tip: Try chilling aloe vera gel in the refrigerator and then apply it to your skin after sun exposure for extra soothing relief.

  • It combats signs of aging. 

Aloe vera for skin can help minimize the look of fine lines and wrinkles, leaving skin plump and youthful. It can also reduce the appearance of dark spots and dark circles under the eyes, leaving skin refreshed and renewed.

  • It exfoliates and cleanses.

With its natural exfoliation ability, aloe vera helps remove dead skin cells, leaving skin smooth and creating a clean base for nutrients to absorb and penetrate more deeply.

Did you know?

In ancient Egypt, aloe vera was called “the plant of immortality,” and Egyptian queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra both used it to keep themselves looking their best.

Aloe vera works for all skin types, from sensitive to mature.

  • Sensitive: Aloe vera offers gentle, soothing moisture. 
  • Oily: Aloe vera provides super light moisture that helps balance skin’s natural oils.
  • Dry: Aloe vera provides plenty of hydration, helping skin to retain moisture. 
  • Combination: Aloe helps to balance natural oils, adding moisture where it’s needed.
  • Mature: Aloe vera’s high water content makes an excellent moisturizing tool.

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