Aloe vera is known for its wide range of applications, most notably, in skincare and medicinal benefits. Aloe Vera Gel 1:1, in particular, is rich in amino acids, polysaccharides, and minerals. It is popular for repairing dehydrated skin and soothing and nourishing dull and dry hair.
– Conventional Product
– Nourishes dehydrated skin and hair
– Soothes inflammation
INCI: Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice
Extraction Method: Using a knife or your fingers, separate the interior gel from the outside of the leaf. The interior gel is the part of the aloe that you’ll use. Allow the yellow sap to drain from the leaf. This is the aloe vera latex.
Color: clear to slightly yellow
Odor: Some varieties of aloe plant naturally have the stinky onion and garlic smell
Texture: The gel is viscous, colourless and transparent
• Wound-healing effects – Different mechanisms have been proposed for the wound-healing effects of aloe gel, which include keeping the wound moist, increase epithelial cell migration, more rapid maturation of collagen and reduction in inflammation.
• Skin hydration actions – Aloe stimulates fibroblast which produces the collagen and elastin fibres making the skin more elastic and less wrinkled.
• Anti-inflammatory effects – It inhibits the cycloxigeanase pathway and reduces prostaglandin E2. Recently, the novel anti-inflammatory compound called C-glycosyl chromone was isolated from gel extracts.
• Antibacterial – The activity of Aloe vera inner gel against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria has been demonstrated by several different methods. Streptoccocus pyogenes and Streptococcus faecalis are two microorganisms that have been inhibited by Aloe vera gel.
• It’s a potent moisturizer
• It’s a skin soother
• It helps fight acne
• It slows down the signs of aging