Aloe vera: a magic touch for our skin

Aloe vera is a plant belonging to the category of succulents and has many beneficial properties for our body. A transparent gelatinous part is extracted from the leaves of the plant, the phytocomplex which contains many active ingredients that are useful for our body.

Its wonderful properties have been known for thousands of years, according to some studies the first uses of aloe vera in the medicinal-cosmetic field date back to ancient Egypt. Plant similar to a cactus, its juice has anti-inflammatory, immunostimulant, purifying, nourishing and remineralizing properties.

This gel can also be used in case of burns or irritations, as it has a very strong soothing action, which is why it is also used in the food sector as a rebalancing of the intestinal bacterial flora as, by adhering to the walls of the digestive system, it forms a protective film along the entire mucosa.

It is also very useful for protecting the body from viral infections such as fever, bronchitis, herpes or in the management of rheumatological diseases. In the cosmetic field it is used not only for its soothing power but also for the long-lasting hydration it provides to the skin thanks to its mucopolysaccharides, which favor its penetration into the skin, keeping it hydrated for a long time.

Equipped with a very strong anti-aging and regenerating power, aloe is an excellent nutrient, able to restore the skin it balance and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, essential in the fight against the onset of wrinkles, dark spots and signs of the time in general.

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