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Most are familiar with the succulent plant, Aloe Vera. An evergreen perennial, Aloe Vera originated from the Arabian Peninsula but now grows wild in tropical climates around the world, but is also cultivated for its many medicinal and therapeutic applications. Throughout history, the plant’s healing properties have been recognized. Nicknamed the ‘plant of immortality,’ Aloe vera’s earliest recorded used is found in a stone carving from 6,000 years ago in Egypt.

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Aloe Vera is widely known for its many healing properties and seemingly endless wellness benefits. For most people, this amazing succulent plant, loaded with antioxidants, enzymes, minerals, and vitamins, is often associated with sunburn relief. That’s because the soothing gel naturally hydrates, rejuvenates, and tones the skin. So much so that recent medical studies have shown positive results in using Aloe Vera for wrinkles and anti-aging.

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All About Aloe Vera for Sunburns

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Aloe Vera has been known as a burn treatment for thousands of years. Aloe was considered so effective for burns it was once dubbed the “burn plant” by ancient Chinese and Egyptians. During the first century A.D., the Greek physician Dioscorides advocated using the soothing Aloe gel on burns. Today, modern research has shown Aloe vera for sunburn not only soothes, but aids the skin in healing and can even help prevent peeling normally associated with sun damage!

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If your skin has ever been in contact with poison ivy, then you have suffered through the blistering rash, and the unmerciful itching and scratching that the plant is notorious for. But not to worry! Applying Aloe Vera for poison ivy can help relieve some of the uncomfortable symptoms and also aid in healing, too. Of the many treatments available to ease the rash and itching, Aloe Vera is both effective and natural.

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