The idea that aloe vera can be used to treat sunburn is nothing new.
Toilet paper just seems like one of those everyday things, doesn’t it?
I always get really annoyed at myself when I throw away food.
Dogs really are incredible creatures.
Imagine living in a world where you could pick up any product off a grocery store shelf, read the ingredients list, and instantly understand every little chemical that product contained.
It’s crazy when you think about all the ‘ingredients’ we tend to consume on a regular basis without really knowing what exactly they are, or where they come from.
Aloe vera is an incredibly versatile succulent plant species with many applications and potential health benefits.
Aloe vera is quite famous in the world of natural beauty care and holistic health, but you might still be surprised to hear about all the ways aloe vera can be beneficial for hair care.
If you’re looking for a completely natural substance that can soothe your skin, nourish your hair and act as an anti-inflammatory, then aloe might just be your thing.
The ancient Egyptians referred to the aloe vera plant as ‘the plant of immortality’ because it can live and even bloom without soil. Aloe is probably well known to you if you’re interested in natural health remedies, organic beauty products or if you’ve ever suffered from a nasty sunburn!