Aloe Vera: A Must Ingredient in Our Beauty Routine?

Aloe vera is a succulent plant with a long history with diverse cultures and personalities using it at different geographical locations. This wonder plant which belongs to the lily family, is also known as the ‘Lily of the Desert.’ Irrefutably, this medicinal plant has become a vital ingredient in personal care products and is widely used as alternative medicine. The Aloe Barbadensis Miller plant is the most commonly used plant in aloe-based products. It is also a plant prevalent in our products, being one of our herbal cosmetic range successors.

The Ebers Papyrus, an Egyptian medical record of the 16th century BC, has the reference for the earliest human usage. According to a research study published in the Indian Journal of Dermatology, the people of ancient Egypt called Aloe Vera “that plant of immortality.” Various studies reveal that it has been used for many centuries in China, Japan, India, Spain, Greece, Egypt, and Mexico. There is a common myth that says that Cleopatra had used the Aloe Vera to maintain her beauty.

Aloe vera cosmetic products are effective in maintaining scalp moisture and skin health. The plant is therapeutically so effective that researchers and scientists explore its potential ability to fight AIDS and cancer. Its gel has antioxidants activity which are capable of inhibiting the growth of certain kind of infectious bacteria. The nutritious Aloe vera contains aloesin, vitamins like A, B3, B12, and C, minerals like zinc, manganese. It also contains folic acid and amino acids. It is a miracle plant with proven anti-microbial properties and anti-inflammatory properties and has been used in a variety of our products as a result.

Aloe vera for hair care

To treat most of the hair-related issues, you can use Aloe Vera, which is packed with 75 known nutrients that help us restore the hair’s strength and beauty. It is used as an important ingredient in hair care products like shampoos and conditioners. It works wonders in promoting shine and moisture to the hair and preventing dandruff and hair loss. It moisturizes a dry scalp and promotes hair growth. It is suitable for both men and women to experience new hair growth as it stimulates the growth of new hair and reduces the effects of Alopecia. As a natural hair conditioner, it makes the hair soft and strong.

Aloe vera in skincare

The inclusion of aloe vera in many skincare products is due to its moisturizing emollient effect, skin detoxification, and nutrition. It is a known fact that Aloe Vera moisturizes the skin better than any other medicine. It also restores the aging skin and removes wrinkles. Cosmetic companies generally use Aloe Vera in personal care products like makeup, moisturizers, skin creams, body lotions, sunscreens, shaving creams, and shampoos. Aloe Vera is the only known remedy to heal atomic burns. Aloe vera became more popular because of the X-ray and atomic bomb’s invention as it protects the skin against radiation and burns. Obviously, aloe vera gel is much helpful in any skin irritations.

Aloe vera in treating other diseases:

This miracle plant also does wonders in oral administration. It lowers blood glucose in diabetic patients and reduces blood lipid levels in patients with hyperlipidemia. Aloe Vera juice helps cure irritable bowel syndrome and indigestion, acid reflux, heartburn, and ulcerative colitis. Researchers are working to find its benefits in treating cancer, arthritis, and asthma. It eventually removes the ill effects of bee stings and other insect bites.

Observing the multiple benefits of this plant is a reason for the effectiveness of our products. It has become an agent that has allowed for the substitution of harsh chemicals.