Organic Aloe Vera Gel contains more than 160 active ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements anthraquinones, monosaccharides, polysaccharides, enzymes, secondary plant substances and amino acids. This variety and composition makes Aloe Vera Gel a miracle cure for skin and hair.
For the skin, it serves as an effective, all-natural cell regenerator that regulates the balance of the skin. It acts directly on the tissue, nourishes it and improves its firmness by activating the skin’s characteristic synthesis of collagen and elastin. Its conductivity allows access to the deepest layers of the epidermis, which, together with its restructuring properties, makes it an aid in alleviating skin diseases and controlling sebum production. It is ideal for maintaining general skin health or combating acne. Used as an after-sun, it softens the skin and prolongs the tan.
Application for the skin
For external application on the skin, shake the gel well before each use. Apply Aloe Vera Gel to clean and dry skin and massage in gently. For people 30 years and older, it is recommended to combine Aloe Vera with a moisturizing cream or oil as pure Aloe Vera is astringent and can leave a feeling of dryness and firmness. However, if you combine it with a moisturizing oil such as argan oil, the Aloe Vera Gel can penetrate the skin better and you get the maximum benefit from both products.
Aloe Vera can be combined with any type of oil or moisturizer to better penetrate the skin. Organic Aloe Vera Gel for external use can be used by people of all ages, including children, babies and pregnant women.
Beautiful, well-groomed hair right up to the tips requires suitable care products with high-quality ingredients in order to be and stay healthy. For hair and scalp, Aloe Vera has two main properties: it moisturizes and revitalizes the hair, making it soft and supple and giving it a new shine. Aloe vera also promotes blood circulation in the scalp. This strengthens the hair roots and supports hair growth. At the same time, it reduces dandruff and itching in a gentle and natural way.
Application for hair
As a leave-in conditioner (link to recipe), massage the Aloe Vera Gel after shampooing into the moist hair tips or the entire hair. No rinsing is necessary. It can also be used as an intensive hair mask (once a week). To do this, massage the gel into all dry or damp hair and wrap the hair in a towel. Leave on for at least half an hour or better overnight and then wash as usual. For an even more intensive effect as a leave-in conditioner or as a cure, Aloe Vera Gel can also be mixed with a few drops of Argan oil (Link). For scalp application, massage the gel thoroughly into the scalp.
Store Aloe Vera Gel in a cool, dark place. After opening, it is best to store the product in the refrigerator to avoid premature oxidation of the product and thus preserve its properties and benefits for as long as possible. The shelf life of the product after opening is 6 months.
Aloe Vera belongs to Liliaceae and shares a family with garlic, onions and tulips. The smell of its pure flesh can be a little strong because we do not use perfumes or remove its natural smell through chemical processes. However, the fragrance disappears completely in less than 2 minutes once the Aloe Vera Gel is applied to the skin, as the skin absorbs it 8 times faster than water.