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What is Aloe barbadensis leaf juice?

What's Aloe barbadensis leaf juice?

Aloe barbadensis leaf juice is a popular topical ingredient due to its many benefits for the skin. The juice is distilled from the leaves of the aloe vera plant and contains a powerhouse of nutrients, including vitamins A, C, and E. These vitamins work together to moisturize the skin, promote collagen production, and protect against free radical damage.  Aloe barbadensis juice also has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it an effective treatment for acne and sunburn. In addition, the juice helps to lock in moisture, making it a valuable tool for treating dehydrated skin. When applied topically, aloe barbadensis juice can help to soothe, heal, and protect the skin.

Technical Info

Technical Name: Aloe Vera

Other Names: Aloe leaf gel, Aloe barbadensis Mill

Formula: n/a

CAS: n/a

EWG Score

Aloe Barbadensis has an EWG score of 4-5 

How to use it at home

Personal Care

Aloe Barbadensis is a succulent plant that has been used for centuries for its healing properties. The leaves of the Aloe Barbadensis contain a clear gel that is rich in polysaccharides, which are known to have immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant activity. Aloe Barbadensis gel has been shown to be effective in treating burns, skin irritations, and allergies. Additionally, it has been shown to have anti-diabetic activity, making it a potential treatment for diabetes. The majority of Aloe Barbadensis’ healing potential is due to the presence of these polysaccharides. Consequently, it is an important medicinal plant with a wide range of potential applications.

How we use it

Aloe Barbadensis is a common ingredient in hand sanitizers and surface cleaners. Our hand sanitizer products contain Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice as well as other powerful plant-based disinfectants to help keep your hands clean and free of harmful bacteria. Additionally, Aloe Barbadensis can help keep your skin soft and healthy, even with repeated use. 

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