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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is mainly thought of as a key ingredient in skin products, namely face, hand, foot and body lotions, working as a hydrator, softener and regenerator of the skin, with a unique ability to penetrate up to seven layers of even the hardest skin. But, it is also a wonderful healer too, of conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and sun-burn, with most ‘after-sun’ lotions relying on aloe vera to ease the discomfort, repair sun-burnt skin and treat minor burns.

In fact, the powers of aloe vera have proven to be so great, that drinking formulas have been produced, and are particularly big business in the US, allowing this potent product to heal from the inside out. And, the benefits of aloe vera are endless.

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