LET'S START WITH THE PRESENTATIONS
- The latex found in the canals of the bark. It is yellow in color and has a very bitter taste.
- The aloe vera gel located in the heart of the large leaves. It is mainly composed of water and is very rich in vitamins and minerals.
HOW IS ALOE VERA USED?
- BY EXTERNAL VOICE
1. TO MOISTURIZE THE SKIN:
The water content of aloe vera is between 98 and 99% of its weight. It is therefore the best ally of dry and dehydrated skin.
2. TO HELP THE SKIN REGENERATE:
Aloe vera has protective and healing properties. Consider aloe vera gel for 1st or 2nd degree burns or after long exposure to the sun.
The latter stimulates the regeneration of the epidermis and promotes microcirculation, which will instantly soothe the skin. You can also apply it all over your body, several times a day until the burn disappears.
3. TO KEEP THE SKIN YOUTHFUL:
The "plant of immortality": this is the name that the Egyptians gave to aloe vera. Already recognized at that time for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect, it is said that Cleopatra herself used it in her daily care to preserve her youth.
At Demain®, all cosmetic products contain a high % of aloe vera as a water substitute.
Up to 60% of their composition for certain products!
It kills the bacteria responsible for pimples, helps prevent their appearance and limits their proliferation thanks to anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.
Its healing and exfoliating actions also help stimulate skin repair after breakouts and fade acne scars.
It regulates sebum, which will improve skin texture and fight against the oily effect of acne-prone skin.
Note that it is non-comedogenic: it is therefore particularly suitable for combination and oily skin.
- BY INTERNAL VOICE
Thus, it improves digestive comfort, strengthens natural defenses and stimulates immune defenses thanks to its antioxidant properties. Aloe can be consumed every day, or as a cure, in the form of juice or gel and will help you:
1. PRESERVE YOUR YOUTH:
SOME PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE
Before buying pure aloe vera, make sure it is certified by the IASC Label (International Aloe Science Council) which certifies:
- Truth in product labeling.
- The amount of aloe vera contained in the product
- The purity of aloe vera
- A certified source of Aole.
Be careful when handling fresh aloe leaves.