How to Relieve minor cuts and burns with Aloe Vera gelly!

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Among the many known uses and beneficial properties of the aloe vera plant, perhaps the most widely recognized feature is its effectiveness in relieving minor burns and cuts and promoting healing of wounds. With our patented stabilization and processing technology, Forever Living products is able to produce Aloe Vera Gelly which retains all the beneficial properties of the raw aloe vera gel in a most handy, ready-to-use non-greasy gel form.

The soothing gel is also further enhanced with vitamin C and E and other substances which are good for the skin.

Key ingredients of Aloe Vera Gelly:

Stabilized aloe vera gel, vitamin E, vitamin C, allantoin, glycerin.

  •  100% Stabilized Aloe Vera Gel

The main ingredient of Aloe Vera Gelly is stabilized Aloe Vera Gel. Aloe Vera Gel has long been recognized as a therapeutic agent, suitable especially for treatment of minor wounds, abrasions, scrapes, insect bites, burns and dry skin.

  •  Allantoin

This is an ingredient that can be found in many traditional herbs, recognised for its skin-soothing properties that help promote healthy tissues and speed up wound healing.

  • Glycerin

Glyerin is an excellent humectant which has the ability to attract and draw in moisture into the skin to keep it from getting dry.

  • Vitamin C

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can help protect cells from free radical attacks. Vitamin C also helps to boost collagen production, which in tum helps to prevent scurvy, improve healing, and improve skin elasticity by strengthening cells connectivity and arrangement.

  • Vitamin E

Vitamin E in aloe vera gelly can help repair tissues, normalize blood clotting, improve healing and reduce scarring. It also helps to prevent cell damage by preventing lipid peroxidation and formation of free radicals.

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