- It’s beneficial for many skin problems like wounds, acne, and burns. Aloe vera is also consumed as food and in drinks and benefits inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes, etc, It is a well-known vulnerary and is wonderful for applying topically to abrasions, burns, and even bug bites.
- Aloe vera is high in water content, so it is very great to hydrate, moisturize as well as rejuvenate the skin. As an emollient, aloe vera can soften and soothe the skin. It is also naturally moisturizing and healing, can help heal first- and second-degree sun burns.
- Aloesin found aloe vera plant could help fade dark spots (hyperpigmentation).
- Aloe Vera is also beneficial for Hair. It Conditions Hair & Scalp, reduces dandruff, strengthens hair (healthy hair follicles), decreases the scaliness and itchiness of scalp, provides protection from UV damage, improves hair health and lessen breakage, which contributes to hair growth.
Applying aloe vera can be used on face topically to restore skin elasticity, decrease the appearance of fine lines, prevent spread of stretch marks and lessen its appearance and to clear up acne. Aloe Vera supply natural anti-microbial and anti-bacterial minerals and vitamins which can enhance cell growth and healing process. Due to this, pure aloe vera is used in tooth gels, useful for treating mouth ulcers or bleeding gums. You can apply aloe vera as a restorative scalp mask. It can help soothe irritation, exfoliate, replenish hydration, strengthen hair follicles and keep hair smooth and shiny
Hand pound and seived from muslin cloth
Keep the product away from moisture (in case fungus develops, mix product in soil / compost)
Country of Origin
North India (Mostly Plains) Hot semi- arid with dry winter
100 G, 250 G