There’s probably no people who would not have heard of aloe. The Aloe Gel is an indispensable helper in the summer, alleviating the itch caused by insect bites and sunburn! Did You knew that even Kleopatra used to irrigate her skin with alo vera, and Mahatma Gandhi has praised the aloe!
What a wonderful plant then is this aloe?
The good qualities of Aaloe are due to its peculiar growth conditions. Poisonous plants have an inherent ability to collect water. During the rainy season, they rises to 130% of their normal size, so that they will retract again during the dry season. Under such extreme conditions, an aloe plant has a high self-healing ability. All scalps and injuries of aloe vera will be healed so quickly that no precious liquid is lost.
Growing mainly on mineral soils, and through their rooting, aloe has a remarkable composition. The content of the saliva that lies in the leaves of the plant has been detected in about two hundred organic compounds with different compositions and effects. Although human beings can synthesize many of them even under artificial conditions, the magic of aloe is just in the combination of substances, where each element enhances the second effect. Minerals contain aloe calcium, potassium, magnesium, chromium, iron, copper and zinc, the vitamins are more noteworthy than B12, which is rarely found in plants. In addition, aloe contains vitamin A, other vitamins B (including folic acid) and vitamins C and E.
Use of aloe vera in skin care
Outside, the aloe promotes the formation of new skin cells and healthy tissues, accelerates the removal of dead tissues and improves blood circulation. In addition, the plant contains substances that can lead to aloe deeper into the skin layers, thereby more potentially affecting inflammation, while stimulating the growth of new healthy skin. Aloes can be used for burns, rubbing and grazing skin, acne, psoriasis, allergies, and all kinds of skin rashes.
The most popular form of use of Aaloe is the aloe gel, which is obtained from the inner part of the adult leaf area. It soothes the very irritated skin, relieves itching, inflammation and stinging. Because the aloe pH is similar to that of the human skin, it is very well absorbed. Due to these properties, aloe gel is an indispensable tool for burns and especially in sensitive and damaged places on the skin.
We recommend keeping P.S Aloe cream and sprays in the refrigerator – cools and reduces burning significantly better!