~Aloe Vera plants ranges in sizes from 1 inch miniatures to huge colonies with hundreds of connected plants. Thought to be originally from Africa
~Since Biblical times aloe vera has been used for cuts, burns, rashes and beauty products.
~Aloe Vera Plants are perfect to grow indoors in indirect sunlight - keep one on hand for those occasional burns, cuts and scrapes.
~Aloe Vera love to grow in shallow pots that drain easily. You can get potting soil for succulents and your Aloe Vera will be happy.
~Snip off part of a leaf (usually about 1 inch). Slice the leaf open and scrape out the gel. Take the aloe vera gel and smooth it into the area you wish to heal. I love to use mine for skin care on my neck, as it helps to keep the tissue firmer.
~Aloe Vera is a humectant. This means that it attracts moisture to your skin. We all need moisture on our skin, especially if you want plump, firm skin!
~Amazing anti-inflammatory properties. This is a perfect example of skin care products using aloe vera with amazing anti-inflammatory benefits. Aloe Replenishment Gel and Aloe Cleaning Gel .
Let me know how you use aloe vera. Maybe I’ll learn a great new way to use this amazing plant - and I love learning new things!