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Aloe Vera is a plant species that can often be found in tropical regions where it grows in the wild. While the aloe vera plant is attractive in its own right, one of it’s most attractive qualities is its advanced means of meeting our needs. Here are a couple of medicinal and beauty benefits that this stemless wonder offers:
For the skin: From creams to lotions and other moisturisers, the natural components of Aloe Vera can help soothe the skin and combat irritants that pass around in the air. It helps cleanse your skin and adds a nice layer of protection from skin problems. For the hair: From our Sausage Tree Gels to Moisturising Hair Wash products, Aloe Vera has a long lasting impact on the scalp and hair of users. It helps oil the scalp, cleanse the hair and prevent irritation. All of these, in turn, help to keep the scalp free of other diseases and insects. For the face: Facial moisturisers are a commonplace product these days. But how many of them contain Aloe Vera? If your current product has little or no traces of Aloe Vera, then wait till you see the difference it can make. Aloe Vera has been shown to combat melanin which is a by-product of heavy exposure to the sun. At the same time, Aloe Vera is also known to have special anti-aging properties. For body fragrance: There is no doubt that in today’s fast growing market of body deodorants and perfumes, a lot of chemicals and other metallic products are used to mask your body odour, and who wants to be covered in aluminium? Given the popularity of aluminium in deodorants, you might be surprised to learn that Aloe Vera is actually capable of maintaining your body odour for longer. That’s why it is the core ingredient in all of our deodorant products.
Be it a cream, a lotion, a gel or a moisturiser, the benefits of Aloe Vera make it a prime ingredient for these kinds of products. And why not? It helps to prevent the ill-effects of excessive exposure to the sun, to smooth and cleanse the skin and hair and also acts as an herbal medicine, Aloe Vera is nature’s gift to prevent our skin, face, hair and body fragrance from turning into a mess. It’s time we really began to recognise the value of Aloe Vera and start using it instead of potentially harmful metals and chemicals.