Aloe Vera has been well known since ancient times as a medicinal plant for it's powerful healing and restoring properties.
It is used internally and externally for it's high content of rich anti-oxidants. The Aloe Vera juice has anti-fungal, anti-septic, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory qualities. Internally, it is used as an aid for constipation, acid-reflux, stomach pain, ulcers, regulates blood sugar, detoxifies body and colon, increases blood circulation, speeds up metabolism (aid for weight loss), accelerates the healing of damaged tissue, regulates blood pressure, immune support, reduces inflammation, slows down the growth of cancerous cells and tumors.
Aloe For Skin Care!
"Aloe Blem-Away Face Night Cream has cleared my skin and it has even it out, it has given me a normal skin. Not greasy and not dried just hydrated". Nancy A. FL -
The external use of Aloe has become even more popular lately, and it's no secret that is because it just simply works. Our grandparents used to use it on us every time we would get cut or burned, and they were right to use it. The Aloe Vera juice has the capacity of promoting blood circulation once applied to the skin, it removes dead skin cells by gently exfoliating the skin and promotes the growth of new cells, effectively stimulating that most wanted collagen production. By age twenty five women stop producing collagen but thanks to the wonders of the Aloe Vera juice we can boost it again.
Because of it's ability of regenerating new skin cells, once using it people experience a more supple, firm and tight skin. It reduces fine lines and premature signs of aging . Aloe also helps heal damaged skin from UV rays and radiation, which we are exposed to everyday. It is great for lightening blemishes and reduces wound and acne scars. Aloe is one of the best cures for acne because of it's anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. It is a great moisturizer, it hydrates the skin. People with extremely dry and sensitive skin can benefit from the Aloe Vera juice. In studies it has shown to improve the skin of people suffering from eczema, psoriasis, dandruff and other skin related problems. The soothing effects of Aloe Vera are amazing, it gives relief to inflamed and irritated skin due to rashes, insect bites, fungus, acne, etc.
Aloe For Hair Care!
"I was suffering severe hair loss and the Aloe Revive Hair Line stopped the hair loss completely and made my hair grow stronger".Suhail N. FL -
Aloe Vera is great for scalp and hair care! It fights scalp infections like seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff because of it's anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. The Aloe Vera plant has been also known for it's powerful ability of stimulating hair growth, the juice penetrates the scalp rapidly and promotes blood circulation which in turn promotes hair growth. We can find many testimonials of people that can testify of going from losing their hair to stopping the hair loss completely and growing healthy, thick and strong hair again. Boosting and speeding up the process of hair growth is one of the many benefits of Aloe Vera juice. Aloe juice heals the hair shaft and eliminates those stubborn split ends. It hydrates and nourishes the scalp and hair, giving it that desired natural gloss.
Because of the ever finding benefits of Aloe Vera juice, it is not just taken internally but it is used in cosmetic and beauty products like hair growth organic shampoos, conditioners, leave-in conditioners, anti-aging creams, daily moisturizers, eye creams, body and face exfoliators, face cleansers, body lotions and body cleansers to truly beautify the body as a whole the way God intended it.
At Aloe Skin Kare we are committed to create products that will not only beautify your skin but will also nourish it with the necessary nutrients that it needs without compromising your health.
All of our products are carefully handcrafted in our kitchen and are freshly made to order. What’s great? Our products are not 90% water based like commercial products; they are packed with lots of great food (like wild harvested raw Aloe Vera, which we harvest ourselves to heal and sooth the skin), herbs and flowers (like horsetail, basil, rosemary, peppermint, stinging nettle, china black tea, hibiscus, roses, rosehips, calendula, chamomile, lavender, spirulina, wheat grass, etc.) extracts/powders, raw pollinated honey, vitamins, plant oils/butter/waxes (like coconut oil, olive oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil, carrot seed oil, tomato seed oil, arnica oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, beeswax, etc.), algae’s and essential oils to quench the skin and hairs thirst.