ALOE VERA LEAF JUICE POWDER
Known for generations in traditional medicine, Aloe Vera or Aloe is widely used in cosmetics and dermatology. Its healing properties (1), as well as its hydrating and soothing effects have been demonstrated by a number of scientific studies: this plant’s extract is commonly used to accelerate wound shrinkage, reduce healing time and decrease the severity of associated complications (2), as well as to preserve the skin’s integrity and moisture (3). Aloe Vera is also known for its anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties (4).
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(3) Hekmatpou D, Mehrabi F, Rahzani K, Aminiyan A. The Effect of Aloe Vera Clinical Trials on Prevention and Healing of Skin Wound: A Systematic Review. Iran J Med Sci. 2019 Jan;44(1):1-9.
(4) Kumar R, Singh AK, Gupta A, Bishayee A, Pandey AK. Therapeutic potential of Aloe vera-A miracle gift of nature. Phytomedicine. 2019 Jul;60:152996.