100% Aloe Vera Juice
Do you ever wonder why aloe vera is vastly popular? It has been used for thousands of years and is extremely beneficial to your natural hair and skin. We use 100% aloe vera juice (aslo called aloe leaf juice) in all of our Aloe Hydrating Mists and our all-natural hand-milled soaps (high concentration in Nature's Medicine & Herb Garden) for the health of your body. None of the aloe vera used in our soap is effected by saponification because of our unique process. Read below to educate yourself on what this amazing plant can do for you and the intriguing history behind its popularity!
Your Hair & Scalp Need More Aloe Vera
Do you suffer from either a dry or oily scalp? If you answered yes to either, you're not alone. Most individuals deal with one of the two, and shockingly aloe vera gel can help control both! Aloe vera gel is made up of roughly 75 compounds and is 99% water, which explains why it is extremely hydrating for your scalp without leaving behind a greasy residue. The different compounds inside of the gel work to seal moisture and nutrients into the cells of your scalp which ultimately restores your oily or dry scalp.
Most dermatologists highly recommend natural products for many different hair types, especially Afro-textured hair (since it tends to be very dry). 100% aloe vera is known for its extraordinary hydration because it is rich in:
Although there are many other natural remedies to dry hair, none of them are quite like aloe vera because it promotes hair growth, relieves irritated scalps, and can be used to help reduce dandruff.
Aloe Vera Is Medicine For Your Skin
Aloe gel has been used for ages to help cure many minor skin conditions including acne, burns, scars and even more irritable conditions like psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, and cold sores. The healing properties inside of aloe vera are endless. It also miraculously contains a pain reliever that contributes to its soothing touch. If you are suffering from dry or oily skin as mentioned above, 100% aloe can help to maintain both!
You Might Be Shocked By The History of Aloe Vera
There are over 500 species of aloes, and yet aloe vera is the most used! There must be a reason why and history may reveal what we can't see. The earliest writings about aloe vera gel date back to ancient Egypt about 6,000 years ago. Recently, researchers have pointed to the Arabian peninsula as the origin of aloe vera where significant trade routes were earlier in history, for example, the Silk Road. These trading routes can possibly be responsible for the mass popularity of aloe vera throughout the world.
From ancient Egypt to Mesopotamia, China, Rome, and Israel; aloe has always been used to heal, restore, replenish and heal. Aloe is even mentioned in the Christian Bible, however, it is not specifically speaking of aloe vera. Nevertheless, aloe vera should never be overlooked as just another plant. It has always been used as a superior natural medicine.