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February 25, 2021 3 min read

From the ancient Egyptians to the Native Americans, the inner gel of an aloe vera plant has a long history of being used for beauty and wellness purposes. It’s most well-known for after sun use but it really is so much more than that. This succulent belongs to the Liliaceae family and grows in dry, hot climates all over the world. The aloe leaves, when broken, secrete a clear gel that is filled with a host of mineral, vitamins, and much more. Over the years, various studies have been conducted to examine the benefits of aloe vera plants and the properties that are effective for helping soothe. Below we share some of our favorite uses for aloe vera juice for health and wellness.


Believe it or not, the internal benefits of aloe vera are supposed to be just as amazing as the external ones. Research shows the inner gel when processed correctly supports the digestive process and helps buffer acid. You may be wondering, how does aloe vera aid digestion? The plant contains a natural buffer that promotes a healthy level of stomach acid (not too high, not too low). It also functions as a prebiotic, promoting the growth of good flora in order to optimize digestive function. To test this claim, try a pure aloe extract made from the inner gel of organic Aloe Vera.  


Aloe vera juice benefits the body because it contains amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, which help maintain healthy bowel health. As we mentioned above, when ingested, aloe vera can support digestive health, helping maintain a clear path for waste. Learn more about the benefits of aloe vera juice for digestive health in our last post about forming simple everyday habits.


Packed full of polysaccharides, aloe vera helps support a healthy immune system. Aloe Vera supports general wellness throughout the digestive track due to its acid buffering and soothing properties. Aloe is a natural prebiotic so it helps support a gut environment that allow good gut flora to flourish. Aloe Vera has been shown to support a healthy immune system and healthy inflammation response. 


The aloe vera juice from the plant's inner leaf is naturally rich in minerals like iron, zinc, selenium, potassium, magnesium and calcium. It also delivers vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12 and folic acid. Pretty awesome, right?


We all want beautiful, healthy skin and the best place to start is with non-toxic products that hydrate. The beauty of aloe vera gel for external purposes is that it is a natural, non-greasy moisturizer. Aloe’s rich bioactive enzymes and active polysaccharides are effective in regulating the skin’s PH, which hydrates the skin and helps maintain youthful appearance. It also soothes inflamed skin, enhances collagen and hyaluronic acid to help rejuvenate skin, making a great therapy for painful sun exposure. So before putting makeup on in the morning, after a day in the sun, or for men post-shave, aloe can leave your skin healthy and beautiful.

These are a few of our favorite ways that aloe vera can help us feel healthy and beautiful from the inside out. To learn more about the history and benefits of this amazing plant, visit our Aloe Benefits page.  

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