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Aloe Vera is a cactus-like plant whose leaves produce a gel
that is rich in vitamins A, C, E, and B12.
The leaf of the aloe plant is rich in water, so it helps to hydrate the skin and lock in moisture.
The sugars, known as mucopolysaccharides, help to retain that moisture in the skin.
Because of this dynamic duo, aloe is able to act as a moisturizer that keeps the skin hydrated as it fights aging, acne, and sunburn.
The leaf of the aloe vera plant is so rich in water, particularly in the innermost layer of the leaf, which, when used in skincare helps to hydrate the skin and lock in moisture.
Providing moisture helps facilitate healing, giving the skin the opportunity to turn over cells faster. Rapid cell turnover has been proven to give the appearance of younger-looking skin.
The antibacterial properties of the vitamins in aloe make it useful for the treatment of minor cuts and wounds and also allow it to be effective for acne control. Additionally, aloe supports the production and release of collagen that keeps skin looking youthful and makes skin more flexible and supple instead of stiff and leathery.
Aloe can also help protect and repair the skin from sun damage and slow down the aging caused by UV rays and environmental stressors.