Aloe Vera Juice soothing, moisturising and healing, ideal for use on sunburn and mild burns
Aloe Vera is a stemless plant growing to 60-100cm tall. The leaves are thick and fleshy green and when cracked open release the natural Aloe Vera Juice.
Aloe Vera is typically used topically for treatment of the following ailments:
The aloe juice can be applied topically to the skin as a softening agent.
Studies have confirmed that wounds treated with aloe heal faster than other wounds not treated with aloe vera.
Aloe Vera can be combined with other floral waters in the preparation of skin tonics. It combines especially well with Lavender and Orange Blossom Floral Waters.
Extracted from the Leaf
Cineolie, Carifilene, Pinene, Glutaminic, Aspartic, Aloetic, Formic, Palmitic, Estearic, Ascorbic, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc, Phosphor, Manganes, Aluminium, Aloin, Aloesin, Arginine, Barbalion, Glycerine, Glutamine, Histidine, Serine, Thiamin
Lavender, Orange Blossom
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very soothing and moisturizing, but smell not very nice
Thanks for your comments.
Aloe Vera does have a distinctive scent of it's own. Blend with other floral waters and essential oils or use in your own formulations to further tailor the skincare properties and create a scent that works for you :)