Aloe vera is a succulent plant known for its thick, fleshy leaves that contain a soothing gel-like substance. The gel is widely used for medicinal and cosmetic properties, primarily for issues including sunburn, minor burns and skin irritations. Aloe vera is commonly used in skincare products like creams, lotions and gels to soothe and hydrate. Its anti-inflammatory properties can also help alleviate skin irritations, provide moisture and promote overall skin health.


Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice and Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract


Aloe vera is native to North Africa but is now grown in many regions worldwide, particularly in warm climates.


Aloe vera is generally well-tolerated on most skin.


Soothes Sunburn

Aloe vera is known for its ability to provide immediate relief from sunburn. Its cooling and anti-inflammatory properties help reduce redness, pain and swelling associated with sun-damaged skin.

Hydrates Skin

Aloe vera gel hydrates skin without oil or grease.

Heals Wounds

Aloe vera helps to heal minor wounds, cuts and abrasions. 

Stimulates Collagen Production

It contains compounds that stimulate the production of collagen, a protein essential to skin repair.

Soothes and Calms Skin

The anti-inflammatory properties of aloe vera can help soothe and calm irritated skin, especially in conditions like eczema and psoriasis or skin irritations like rashes, insect bites and allergic reactions.

Calms Acne-Prone Skin

Aloe vera's antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties help manage acne-prone skin. It can reduce redness and inflammation associated with acne lesions.

Calms Irritation

Aloe vera calms and alleviates various skin irritations like rashes and allergic reactions.

Contains Anti-Aging Benefits

Aloe vera contains antioxidants that can combat free radical damage that causes premature aging. Regular use may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Reduces Scars

Aloe vera may reduce the appearance of scars and promote a more even skin tone, particularly when used consistently over time.