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The Power of Aloe Vera for your Skin and Hair

Have you heard the hype on Aloe Vera and all it’s skin and hair care benefits? If not, as soon as we break it down for you, we feel pretty confident you’ll understand why Koils by Nature could not resist utilizing this natural goodie!

The Power of Aloe Vera for your Skin and Hair

Have you heard the hype on Aloe Vera and all it’s skin and hair care benefits? If not, as soon as we break it down for you, we feel pretty confident you’ll understand why Koils by Nature could not resist utilizing this natural goodie!


Before we get into the benefits of aloe vera and how to use this delicious plant, let’s take a tour into how this plant has been used in the past and where exactly it comes from. This way we can explore this powerful succulent and have a little insight into some of nature’s best resources. 


Aloe Vera- From her roots to her core

The healing powers of aloe vera date all the way back to ancient Egypt and beyond. Even the notorious Cleopatra and Nofretete were known to have used aloe vera as a sacred ingredient in their ritualistic skin and beauty care routine. This could explain why it was known as the plant of immortality centuries ago. In Chinese medicine aloe vera was referred to as “The method of harmony,” and in Japan as “the royal plant.” And in Sanskrit, the plant was believed to rejuvenate youth for women, and really, the list goes on! 


Aloe Vera, also known as Aloe barbadensis miller within the botanist community, is a succulent which grows mainly in Africa, Asia, Europe, America and parts of India. Etymologically, the word Aloe comes from the arab word, ‘Alloeh’ which translates to, ‘shining bitter substance,’ while Vera in Latin translates to ‘true.’ You can read more on Aloe Vera in this Article from Indian Journal of Dermatology. Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s get into those beauty facts and treats!


Aloe Vera Benefits for Skin

We all agree that confidence is beauty right? But sometimes it’s hard to have a healthy ego when our skin doesn't, well, glow. So, how can aloe vera heal and improve skin? Aloe Vera is probably most famous for healing sunburns. The polysaccharides compounds present in aloe vera will promote the production of new skin cells and repair sun damage. Plus, it's incredibly soothing, so it will not only reduce inflammation, but hydrates that skin. And besides for sealing in all that moisture, aloe vera, with its salicylic acid, will exfoliate pores, aka clean out dirt and toxins from the surface of your skin. Hello natural antibacterial goddess, goodbye acne! 


Aloe Vera’s skin care benefits:

  • Treats and relieves sunburn and sun damage
  • Fights acne
  • Naturally hydrates skin
  • Face cleanser
  • Anti-aging benefits 
  • Soothes skin-conditions like psoriasis and eczema 

  • Aloe Vera Benefits for Kinky, Coily and Curly Hair

    Remember when we mentioned something about aloe vera healing the skin from sun damage? Now imagine how it can heal the hair from heat damage. Whether your hair has experienced its fair share of heat damage, or it’s simply feeling unjustly dry, aloe vera will work at naturally hydrating your coils or curls to give you that long term smoothness. Aloe Vera adds a tremendous amount of moisture to hair and acts as a humectant, which helps fight dullness (along with all of its amino acids) and locks in moisture. 


    As you may have guessed, aloe vera also works wonders on your scalp, especially during winter months when the air tends to dry out skin, hair and scalp. With its antifungal properties, it not only relieves itchiness, but kills any unwanted bacteria growing on the scalp, which believe us, is not a unique experience, but not a pretty one either! Furthermore, aloe vera fights breakage and frizziness. But our favorite feature is its hair growth trigger. 


    First let’s cover our basic math. If aloe vera works at fighting breakage, naturally, you’ll wind up with a reduction of hair loss. Great. But, even more so, the proteolytic enzyme and abundance of minerals such as copper and zinc works at stimulating new hair growth. You probably get why Koils by Nature has utilized this ingredient in nearly all of their products, but especially in the Fragrance Free Moisturizing Shealoe Leave-In Conditioner or the Hydrating Shealoe Creamy Conditioner


    5 Aloe Vera Hair Care Benefits:

  • Deeply moisturizes hair
  • Fights dandruff and heals a dry scalp
  • Adds shine and sheen to hair
  • Fights frizz and breakage
  • Reduces hair loss and stimulates hair growth

  • Our Final Thoughts

    We love aloe vera! Well that was obvious, wasn’t it? But seriously, aloe vera has around 75 active components such as, vitamins, enzymes, minerals, and amino acids. All these constituents are what add to aloe vera’s healing, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and moisturizing benefits. And the truth is, you’ll not only find aloe vera is Koils by Nature’s conditioners, but in the butters, kurl kreme and yes, even, in their hand sanitizers! Because as you may have already figured out, aloe vera will both clean and moisturize your skin, hair and in the latter case, hands. What more could you ask for from one child of nature?


    What has been your experience with Aloe Vera? We’d love to hear your thoughts, questions and ideas! 

    The Power of Aloe Vera for your Skin and Hair

    Have you heard the hype on Aloe Vera and all it’s skin and hair care benefits? If not, as soon as we break it down for you, we feel pretty confident you’ll understand why Koils by Nature could not resist utilizing this natural goodie!


    Before we get into the benefits of aloe vera and how to use this delicious plant, let’s take a tour into how this plant has been used in the past and where exactly it comes from. This way we can explore this powerful succulent and have a little insight into some of nature’s best resources. 


    Aloe Vera- From her roots to her core

    The healing powers of aloe vera date all the way back to ancient Egypt and beyond. Even the notorious Cleopatra and Nofretete were known to have used aloe vera as a sacred ingredient in their ritualistic skin and beauty care routine. This could explain why it was known as the plant of immortality centuries ago. In Chinese medicine aloe vera was referred to as “The method of harmony,” and in Japan as “the royal plant.” And in Sanskrit, the plant was believed to rejuvenate youth for women, and really, the list goes on! 


    Aloe Vera, also known as Aloe barbadensis miller within the botanist community, is a succulent which grows mainly in Africa, Asia, Europe, America and parts of India. Etymologically, the word Aloe comes from the arab word, ‘Alloeh’ which translates to, ‘shining bitter substance,’ while Vera in Latin translates to ‘true.’ You can read more on Aloe Vera in this Article from Indian Journal of Dermatology. Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s get into those beauty facts and treats!


    Aloe Vera Benefits for Skin

    We all agree that confidence is beauty right? But sometimes it’s hard to have a healthy ego when our skin doesn't, well, glow. So, how can aloe vera heal and improve skin? Aloe Vera is probably most famous for healing sunburns. The polysaccharides compounds present in aloe vera will promote the production of new skin cells and repair sun damage. Plus, it's incredibly soothing, so it will not only reduce inflammation, but hydrates that skin. And besides for sealing in all that moisture, aloe vera, with its salicylic acid, will exfoliate pores, aka clean out dirt and toxins from the surface of your skin. Hello natural antibacterial goddess, goodbye acne! 


    Aloe Vera’s skin care benefits:

  • Treats and relieves sunburn and sun damage
  • Fights acne
  • Naturally hydrates skin
  • Face cleanser
  • Anti-aging benefits 
  • Soothes skin-conditions like psoriasis and eczema 

  • Aloe Vera Benefits for Kinky, Coily and Curly Hair

    Remember when we mentioned something about aloe vera healing the skin from sun damage? Now imagine how it can heal the hair from heat damage. Whether your hair has experienced its fair share of heat damage, or it’s simply feeling unjustly dry, aloe vera will work at naturally hydrating your coils or curls to give you that long term smoothness. Aloe Vera adds a tremendous amount of moisture to hair and acts as a humectant, which helps fight dullness (along with all of its amino acids) and locks in moisture. 


    As you may have guessed, aloe vera also works wonders on your scalp, especially during winter months when the air tends to dry out skin, hair and scalp. With its antifungal properties, it not only relieves itchiness, but kills any unwanted bacteria growing on the scalp, which believe us, is not a unique experience, but not a pretty one either! Furthermore, aloe vera fights breakage and frizziness. But our favorite feature is its hair growth trigger. 


    First let’s cover our basic math. If aloe vera works at fighting breakage, naturally, you’ll wind up with a reduction of hair loss. Great. But, even more so, the proteolytic enzyme and abundance of minerals such as copper and zinc works at stimulating new hair growth. You probably get why Koils by Nature has utilized this ingredient in nearly all of their products, but especially in the Fragrance Free Moisturizing Shealoe Leave-In Conditioner or the Hydrating Shealoe Creamy Conditioner


    5 Aloe Vera Hair Care Benefits:

  • Deeply moisturizes hair
  • Fights dandruff and heals a dry scalp
  • Adds shine and sheen to hair
  • Fights frizz and breakage
  • Reduces hair loss and stimulates hair growth

  • Our Final Thoughts

    We love aloe vera! Well that was obvious, wasn’t it? But seriously, aloe vera has around 75 active components such as, vitamins, enzymes, minerals, and amino acids. All these constituents are what add to aloe vera’s healing, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and moisturizing benefits. And the truth is, you’ll not only find aloe vera is Koils by Nature’s conditioners, but in the butters, kurl kreme and yes, even, in their hand sanitizers! Because as you may have already figured out, aloe vera will both clean and moisturize your skin, hair and in the latter case, hands. What more could you ask for from one child of nature?


    What has been your experience with Aloe Vera? We’d love to hear your thoughts, questions and ideas! 

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