The serious super powers of Aloe Vera aren't exactly a secret; this medicinal plant has been used to treat various health conditions for thousands of years but have you ever wondered how and why that is so?
Descriptions of Aloe Vera and its efficacy vary due to the number of active compounds present, but Aloe Vera is known to possess strong anti-inflammatory properties with analgesic and immunomodulatory capabilities. The inner gel substance of Aloe Vera suppresses bacterial-induced inflammation and is often used to treat mild to moderate burns, erythema, and dermatitis.
This super succulent contains two hormones: Auxin and Gibberellins, which provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties. In fact, it is the Gibberellins that acts as a growth hormone stimulating the growth of new cells and allows skin to heal quickly with minimal scarring. In Ayurvedic medicine, Aloe Vera is used to effectively heal chronic skin conditions such as psoriasis, acne and eczema.
What do we use Aloe Vera in?
- Deep Pore Cleansing Balancing Skin Wash
- Face, Skin, Hair and Body Wash
- Anti-Bacterial Hand Cleanser
- Aloe Vera Serum
- Aloe & Lemon Hand Sanitzer
- Aloe-Apple Acne Gel
- Beautify + Refresh Face and Hair Spritzer
Why do we use it?
In summary, the healing powers of Aloe Vera simply cannot be denied! It gently but effectively soothes and smooths most skin conditions or ailments.