Aloe Vera bio in canola oil
The medicinal plant Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis) is a perennial plant and belongs to the Affodill family (Asphodeloideae). The plant name “aloe” comes from the Arabic and means “bitter”, which refers to the taste of the slimy gel inside the plant. Aloe is originally native to the Arabian Peninsula. Today also in Africa, America, Asia, Europe, Central America – especially in Mexico. Primavera organic aloe vera comes from Germany. The desert plant stores water in its fleshy leaves and can thus do without rain for a long time. Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant with a tradition going back thousands of years, which is used, among other things, for wound treatment and skin diseases.
The leaf of the aloe vera consists of the leaf pulp, which is also known as aloe vera gel, the leaf bark and the leaf juice of three elements that contain different substances. Scientists have now been able to detect more than 200 ingredients in aloe vera. The plant produces many nutrients, various minerals, enzymes and vitamins, which get into the aloe vera oil through maceration. In the pulp of the aloe vera there are heaps of mono- and polysaccharides to be found, including acemannan, which is now regarded as the main active ingredient of the plant. The long-chain sugar molecule is also produced in the human body until puberty. Adults are no longer able to produce this substance. Aloe vera oil also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E, which have various effects on and under the skin. The minerals calcium, magnesium and zinc also contribute to the effect of the aloe vera oil. It also contains small amounts of salicylic acid, sterols, essential oils, saponins and tannins.
Aloe Vera organic
Physical effect: Anti-inflammatory, stimulates circulation, moisturizes, nourishes the skin, stimulates lymph flow. The Commission E (Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices) and ESCOP (European umbrella association of national societies for phytotherapy) therefore also recommend the use of aloe for constipation.
Cures with aloe vera oil are also a real treat for the hair, because the scalp also benefits from the beneficial properties of the plant. Due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, aloe vera oil is particularly recommended if you have sensitive, dry or flaky scalps.
Skin type: Suitable for all skin types. Particularly effective for oily, impure and demanding skin.
TIP: Mixes well with flower oils: Linden blossom , jasmine or Chrysanthemums among others
Components: Canola oil * organic, aloe vera extract * organic
INCI: Canola Oil * org, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract * org * org / bio = controlled organic cultivation
Certification: NaTrue 3 stars (organic cosmetics with 95% organic content
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