Aloe Vera plants have medicinal properties and hence are widely used in treating the burns, cuts, insect bites and several other skin ailments. This is one product that you must keep in your house, so that you can easily treat the kitchen burns and other injuries without wasting time. The uses of aloe Vera plant are known since centuries but still many people are not aware about the conditions that can be treated with it. Due to the effectiveness of aloe Vera in treating skin conditions it has been included in various cosmetics and facial creams.
Being natural it is not at all harsh on skin and hence there is no need to worry about side effects. If your skin is too dry and if it feels rough upon touching, regular application of aloe Vera will give you a smooth and soft skin. The cleansing agents present in this plant keeps your skin clean and thus keeps it dirt and dust free. Applying aloe Vera on your skin is like your first step towards a healthy skin.
Apply generously to all areas of the skin. Apply frequently to help maintain the moisture and to help prevent peeling.
For External use only.
What’s in Aloe Vera gel:
• 20 minerals
• 12 vitamins
• 18 amino acids
• 200 active plant compounds (phytonutrients), including:
Triterpenes (a phytonutrient that lowers blood sugar)
Glyconutrients & glycoproteins
• Polysaccharides, including:
• Phenolic glycosides, including:
Aloe vera gel
Base material: Permitted color, Vitamin E, Preservatives Q.S