In traditional medicines and phyotherapy, aloe vera is famous for its so called effects on burn and constipation. Despite its fame and the many cultures of that species in hot areas on earth, its origin is not well known. It is supposed to be born in Middle East or in North Africa, as the aloe gel is already quoted as a remedy to heal skin infections in ancient documents found in those areas, but we still look for original populations. Thanks to the water it can store when it rains, it can bear long droughts.Therefore it has become an indoor plant very popular nowadays.
Because skin is sometimes overwhelmed by extreme answers or unbalanced in its basic processes, it is necessary to help it to recover normal answers. For a soothed, pure and balanced skin.
Calming, decreases irritations by increasing the level of skin tolerance.
Increases epidermis cell regeneration and reinforces the protective skin barrier.
Helps skin to get a tone more radiant, by detoxifying and oxygenating skin cells.
• INCI name of cells: aloe barbadensis callus extract
• Aspect: liquid
• Form: cells (20%) in glycerin or sunflower oil (80%)
• Concentration: starting at 0.5%
Purify Aloe vera fights against three main processes in the epidermis that can be unbalanced. Concerning cell renewal, it balances both cell proliferation and cell differentiation: this helps to build a better epidermis. Moreover by improving cell respiration, it increases the elimination of toxins that have been accumulated in skin. At last, by limiting the expression of inflammation mediators, it helps skin to get its original levels of reaction.
Thanks to those actions, epidermis cells get back an environment appropriate for their development: they will be able to better achieve their missions.