Description: Aloe Vera oil is produced by infusion of aloe vera leaves in a mix of Sesame oil and Jojoba Oil. It has mild aroma and is pale yellow to golden yellow in appearance. Aloe Vera is a perennial plant and thrives in hot, arid environments.
Since Aloe vera oil contains health properties of the original aloe vera plant, it possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, antifungal, antioxidant, and astringent properties.
It can be incorporated in lip balms, creams, lotions, body butters, hair oil treatments and other skin care formulations. By using the oil in formulations, one does not need to worry about greater risk of bacterial and mould growth which can sometimes occur while using pure gel.
Promotes Skin Health: Aloe Vera oil is known for its ability to promote skin health. The plant’s long list of antioxidants, including beta-carotene and vitamins like C and E, can help keep skin supple and firm.
Anti Aging: Aloe vera contains mucopolysaccharides which binds moisture in skin. It stimulates production of collagen and elastin fibers which makes skin more elastic, supple, plump, softer and younger looking. It may also help prevent the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and stretch marks.
Fights Acne: Aloe vera oil can help fight acne due to its ability to reduce inflammation, blistering and itching. It can also be used for skin problems like psoriasis, eczema, and rashes.
Promotes Hair growth: Aloe vera oil is an effective haircare agent. Apart from treating dandruff and dry scalp, It can also promote hair growth and helps keep strands stronger. It can also be used as a conditioner to treat dry scalp.
Heals Sun Burn: The antioxidant properties of this oil helps heal sun burn quickly. It is also helpful in treating minor cuts and wounds.
Skin Type: Suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin
Storage: It is recommended to store carrier oils in cool dark place to maintain their freshness and maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring them to room temperature before use.