Packaged in a 4 oz. squeezable tube
Pamper your skin with the nurturing benefits of Aloe, Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil and Organic Green Tea. This delightful lotion absorbs right into the skin without leaving a greasy feeling, yet provides the “glide” of a deep penetrating moisturizer. It conditions your skin while it moisturizes and softens, plus it stays on even through hand washing. This product is thick and rich more like a cream than a lotion.
Often called “The Miracle Plant”, promotes new skin growth, moisturizes, protects & counters the effects of aging, soothing, emollient, anti-bacterial, heals skin irritations, burns & wounds. Aloe Vera improves hydration & is soothing and healing to all skin types. The effectiveness of Aloe Vera gel as a cosmetic skin care & pharmaceutical product is indisputable. It has also been shown to have an invigorating effect on skin when applied on a regular basis. Chemical analysis has shown the presence of mucopolysacharides, a natural moisturizing factor. Aloe Vera is composed of water, the enzymes catalase & cellulose, minerals, calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, sodium, 20 amino acids & carbohydrates. Aloe Vera also contains the "youth mineral" potassium.
The earliest recorded use of aloe Vera dates back to the 16th century BC. The ancient Egyptians coined it ‘the plant of immortality’ and used it in a variety of ways. There are 20 different amino acids which our body requires in order to rejuvenate. The crux of the matter is that the human body cannot produce these amino acids by itself. If these life essential components are lacking in our nutritional diet it can result in severe deficiency syndromes. Aloe Vera gel contains at least seven of the eight essential amino acids. In addition, it has a lot of the non-essential precious amino acids which enhance the human organism.
Up to the present date, a minimum of 160 important ingredients have been identified in the rich aloe Vera leaves. Some experts surmise that the plant could contain as many as 300 to 400 life essential ingredients. Scientists agree in so far that it is not one single ingredient that accounts for the aloe Vera’s healing effects but that it is a synergy effect of all combined ingredients. And this is exactly what makes the plant so very special: It contains a variety of essential properties that complement each other and combined have a powerful effect. The combined properties supply the human body with a wealth of healing substances.
Monosaccharide and polysaccharides have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-mycotic and immune-stimulating effects. These properties enhance digestion and bind numerous detrimental substances such as cholesterol and gall acid. Most importantly are the long-chain sugars (especially the polymannan sugars) which enter the intestinal wall undegraded and then have an immune regulating effect in the blood. Or they stick to the intestinal wall and therefore prevent undesired substances from entering the bloodstream. The most important ingredient is the acemannan which cannot be produces by adults. It supports the immune system, is anti-inflammatory and bolsters the digestive system in its absorption of vital substances.
Recommended for wrinkle smoothing and prevention, and for the treatment of sun damaged skin. Shea butter is a particularly effective moisturizer because contains so many fatty acids, which are needed to retain skin moisture and elasticity. Its soft, butter-like texture melts readily into the skin. African healers have used Shea butter for thousands of years as the ideal treatment for dry or aging skin. Its high content of non-saponifiable fatty acids gives it the ability to moisturize and retain the elasticity of the skin. Shea butter also protects the skin against the damaging effects of the sun while repairing cellular degeneration.
Shea butter protects the skin from both environmental and free-radical damage. It contains vitamins A and E, and has demonstrated both antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Has been used to help heal burns, sores, scars, dermatitis, psoriasis, dandruff, and stretch marks. It may also help diminish wrinkles by moisturizing the skin, promoting cell renewal, and increasing circulation. Shea butter also contains cinnamic acid, a substance that helps protect the skin from harmful UV rays.
Peppermint: Peppermint has a powerful, sweet, menthol aroma which, when inhaled undiluted, can make the eyes water and the sinuses tingle. Aromatherapy benefits: vitalizing, refreshing, cooling.