Aloe Vera can be used to protect and retain skin moisture and integrity. It is known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, antiseptic wound healing properties. It is a medicinal plant traditionally used since 1500 BC in many countries such as Greece, China, and Mexico. It has been used for centuries as a traditional medicine for various diseases and skin lesions. In Ancient Egypt Cleopatra used Aloe Vera to beautify and care for her skin. Studies conducted on living organisms have shown that Aloe vera can inhibit thromboxane (an inhibitor of wound healing), improve the wound healing process, and reduce inflammation.) Magnesium lactate available in the gel can prevent the production of histamine that causes itching and irritation of the skin. It also enhances the immune system and the synthesis of cytokines. Aloe vera gel can not only increase the amount of collagen in wounds but also change the composition of collagen, increase collagen cross-linking and thereby promote wound healing. Scientific studies have shown that the gel can increase the flexibility and reduce the fragility of the skin since 99% of the gel is water. Additionally, mucopolysaccharides along with amino acids and zinc present in Aloe vera can lead to skin integrity and moisture retention. Aloe Vera is used as a powerful and natural base for healing and beautifying - with no added water – in our products. Let Mother Nature do the talking.
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