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Aloe Vera - Nature's gift for skin

For hundreds of years the juice and oil from the aloe vera plant has been used to soothe skin, but recent research shows that these powerful ingredients are also great for oily skin, dry skin and more.

Aloe: used for centuries

Traditional herbal medicine has incorporated Aloe vera for centuries. Ancient Greeks, Egyptians, and Romans described its use in their writings, with the earliest known record on a Sumerian tablet dating from 2100 B.C. Egyptian Queens associated its use with physical beauty, and both ancient Chinese and Indian populations are also reported to have valued the plant's nutritive properties.

Aloe vera's benefits to the skin

One of the great things about this plant is its natural components. It has almost 20 amino acids; minerals like calcium, magnesium and sodium; enzymes; polysaccharides; and more—all helpful components in producing young looking, beautiful skin. It penetrates quickly and deeply, moisturizing at the lower levels of skin and nourishing with natural enzymes and amino acids. These properties also make aloe a great ally in reducing the visible effects of aging.


Aloe has long been used as a moisturizer, and recent studies suggest it may help reduce skin dryness. Because it's moisturizing but not greasy, it's perfect even for those with oily, combination, or sensitive skin.


Aloe is generally considered effective in promoting a cooling affect to the skin. If you find yourself outside all day, an aloe lotion — or the leaf itself — can help your skin feel refreshed.


Aloe is cleansing — and can help remove dirt and other impurities. It's great to use for oily skin and its natural “saponins” that help unclog pores. Aloe vera is so versatile that it provides added benefits to many different types of skin care formulations. Below are several of my products that contain this great ingredient:

Make your own “Honey Skin Mask”!

Mix these 3 ingredients in a bowl, apply to your face with a brush or your fingers. Let dry for 20 minutes, then rinse away thoroughly.

  • 1 heaping tablespoon of plain, thick yogurt.
  • 2 teaspoons of REAL honey
  • 1 or 2 drops of an essential oil (lavender or chamomile )


1 tablespoon olive oil & 1 tablespoon lemon juice
What You Have To Do

  • Mix the lemon juice well in the olive oil.
  • Apply this all over the face and massage it in for a minute or two.
  • Leave it on for 30 minutes and then rinse it off with warm water.
  • Do a final rinse with cool water.

How Often You Should Do This
Do this 2-3 times a week.
Why This Works
Lemon juice unclogs pores and brightens up the complexion. It is also an astringent and an antiseptic .


The scent of lavender is enough to calm your senses in preparation for sleep. But, did you know that the benefits of this lovely herb goes way beyond just helping you to relax?
Lavender is antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, which means that it helps to kill bacteria that causes acne, and heals the skin so that your breakouts don’t leave any scars behind. The overall effects would result in a clearer and smoother complexion, since redness and blotchiness will also be reduced. Please visit our website regularly for latest beauty secrets !