Aloe vera, their effectiveness has been well discovered since several thousand years ago,
widely known for its "healing" ability. There are approximately 275 different species
of Aloe Vera, but the ALOE BARBADENSIS MILLER. is considered to have
the highest medical and nutritional values for humans and animals, containing
more than 100 different vitamins, minerals, enzymes,amino acids,
polysaccharides and anti-inflammatory substances.
Aloe Vera deeply infiltrates through layers of skin and delivers nutrients and
moisture to the newly formed skin cells, which helps to prevent the loss of collagen,
and improves the pH of the skin. It acts as a gentle astringent , toner, and moisturizer.
The polysaccharides in Aloe Vera create barriers that prevent moisture loss and carry
the nutrients through layers of skin up to the dermis.
This is what makes Aloe Vera an excellent choice for dry and sensitive skin.
For centuries, Aloe vera has been used to promote the healing of
many skin problems including wounds, sunburns, burns, ulceration, insect bites,
stings, eczema and minor skin irritations.
Furthermore, resent research have shown the effectiveness of Aloe Vera in
Digestive disorders, stomach upsets, constipation, diarrhea, gastric and duodenal ulcers.
Aloe Vera has been widely used for inflammation and purgative. Many also find its use in
improving blood circulation and Immune system stimulation.