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Aloe Oil for Skin Care

Regular price $59.64 $29.82 Sale

Aloe Oil for Skin Care

Aloe Oil for Skin Care

Regular price $59.64 $29.82 Sale

Aloe oil can be used for many ailments. Most of us know it as helping with severe sunburns. It can also be used to help get rid of dandruff. It can be massaged into the scalp and the oil will help moisturize it. 

Most of the health benefits provided by aloe vera come from its water-retaining, fleshy leaves— specifically the nutrient-rich gel extracted from them. It is usually the leaves or gel that is used to create the oil. 

Extraction Process

Aloe oil is produced through the process of maceration extraction. This means that it is soaked and then heated at extremely high temperatures. The plant will rupture and the hot oils will absorb its nutrients and the oil from the plant. This will be filtered by the manufacturer after some time.

Origins

The Ancient Egyptians valued the plant as a treatment for infections, rashes, and burns, and referred to it as the "plant of immortality." Other civilizations, such as the Arabs, Greeks, and Spaniards, used aloe vera to help reduce perspiration and eliminate body odor. Spanish missionaries often carried aloe vera with them to help treat the sick.

 History

Aloe is a plant that grows in hot and arid climates. There are many historical records that show records of aloe being used. In Ancient Egypt, the plant was used as treatment for burns and rashes. It was called the "plant of immortality".

Aloe was used in other ancient civilizations such as Greeks, Arabs, and Spaniards. They used aloe to help to eliminate body odor. Spanish missionaries also used it to help heal the sick.

 Blends Well With

Jojoba Oil, Neroli Oil, Frankincense, Tea Tree Oil, Chamomile, Geranium, and Rose Oils 

Safety

Always check with your doctor before using a new product on your skin or internally. 

If you are using aloe on your skin, do a small patch test to see if you have any skin sensitivity to the oil. 

Benefits and Uses

Aloe oil helps to keep your skin firm which helps to prevent the look of lines and wrinkles. It can also be used to help with other skin problems such as rashes, eczema, and psoriasis. 

Aloe oil can be used for caring for your hair too. It helps to get rid of dry scalp which can help to get rid of that pesky dandruff on your shoulders. It also aids in hair growth. 

Recent studies have shown that aloe oil may have the ability to help to treat skin cancer. 

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