About the Ingredient: Organic Aloe
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What Is Organic Aloe Used For? Organic Aloe contains many known healing aids. The aloe plant consists of 75 different nutrients, including:
- amino acids
- fatty acids
- salicylic acid
All of these aids combined form an agent for the treatment of sunburns, inflammatory skin diseases, wounds, frostbite, acne, psoriasis, and eczema. Organic Aloe also provides moisture directly to the skin tissue and fights against aging.
Although aloe is known for being in a thick gel form found on store shelves, it can be used just as effectively in its natural form which consists of the original thin gel that the plant produces when you cut it open. Aloe can be used in place of water since it does consist of 99% water, plus all the extra nutrients.
What Is the Definition of Organic Aloe? Organic Aloe is a plant species known originally as Aloe Barbadensis. It grows wild in tropical climates around the world and is cultivated for agricultural and medicinal uses. Aloe was one of the most prescribed medications throughout most of the 18th and 19th centuries. The plant was distributed around the world through sailors and explorers because it was always thought to have extreme benefits.
What Are the Benefits of Organic Aloe?
- Acts as a moisturizer
- Fights against aging
- Treats acne
- Treats sunburn
What Is Organic Aloe Used In? Moisturizers, sunscreens, cosmetics and serums, specifically those with anti-aging, scaring, skin-smoothing, and soothing benefits.
What Is the Origin of Organic Aloe? Organic aloe derives from a plant that is part of the subfamily Asphodeloideae. It is thought to have first been found in the warm, dry climates of Africa. The Egyptians at one time called it “The Plant of Immortality”.
Cautions: While aloe is typically good for all skin types, in extreme cases it may cause skin rash or irritation, rash, hives, and swelling.
Products That Include Organic Aloe: Alana Mitchell Hyaluronic Moisture Boost Serum