Sunday, 17 May 2015

Benefits of Aloe Vera





Hello my Lovelies... hope you are all enjoying the nice sunny weekend we have been having, Don't you find the sun really just brightens up everyones mood and makes you so happy?So if you have been keeping up to date with my blog and social media feeds you will see I work with a company Forever Living selling Aloe Vera products. I wanted to do a post on how Aloe Vera really does help you, and the benefits it has to our bodies. People go on and say its good for you but never really pin point what it is that is good you, so I am here to bare all.

The benefits of Aloe Vera are endless and the plant has been used throughout generations dating back to the time of cleopatra days who herself used to used Aloe Vera. We hear about how Aloe is good for you and it stated making a come back in the form of some juice drinks so I wanted to share with you all the true benefits of what the Aloe Vera plant.

I was not sure how well Aloe Vera products really worked, but it wasn't until I started using them that I noticed a change in my body. I now use Aloe Vera face and body soap ever day for my face and body and my skin has defiantly thanked me. My skin is softer and clearer than before and drinking Aloe Gel has ket my energy level up throughout the day. In fact the Aloe Gel helped my so my I gave it to my granddad who is recovering from Cancer, and since then he is now up and about doing the gardening and is happier all of which are a direct effect from the Gel and he's 87 years old.

So here are the real Benefits of what Aloe Vera really does:

Detoxifying: 


Aloe Vera is packed full of Amino Acids 19 to be precise and our body itself only produces 8. Our body needs around 20 in total to function at its best so I would say that is pretty good going. 
The Aloe Gel also contains many different Enzymes which help break down stark, sugars and fats in our body helping with digestion. 

Huge source of Vitamins:


Vitamins A,C & E - Which are all essential in fighting off free radicals in our body which can be found in things such as smoking, exhaust fumes, burning of food and fried foods. The free radicals oxidise tissues and cause damage to our body from cataracts to premature ageing. A good example is rusty metal.. thats not a great look is it?

In addition to fighting off free radicals these vitamins play other vital roles such as Vitamin C assists in wound healing and keeping bones and joints strong, Vitamin B helps prevent blood clots and fertility. 

Reduced chance of Anaemia


Aloe Vera is one of the rare plants that produces Vitamin B12 which is necessary for manufacturing red blood cells. A drop in the level of Vitamin B12 will eventually lead to anaemia.

Helps burns, eczema, ache


The daily intake and use of Aloe Vera reduces the effects of burns, eczema and ache. The elements in aloe help as an anti-inflammatory to the skin and rejuvenate the skin cells improving the skins completion. 

The question is how much Aloe Vera should we take, and that all depends on the person and how much they want to take. 
I personally drink one shot of Forever Living Aloe Vera Gel in the morning before my breakfast and include it in my daily face routine which you can find here. 


I hope this has enlightened you and has uncovered some unknowns on the Benefits of Aloe Vera, and please do browse around the link provided at the top if your interested in more products.
Let me know what Aloe products you have been using and if this has helped you.


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    1. Thank you hun, I didn't know these either until I started my Aloe Business :). Glad it is helped xx

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    1. Thank you so much hun, I am glad it has helped you! xxx

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  3. I never realised how good Aloe was for you, I may have to try and incorporate it into my diet!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style & Beauty Blog

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    1. I didn't realise either until I started working with an aloe company. Sounds great hun, feel free to click through the link or get in touch and I can do you a great deal on the products :) xxx

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  4. This is so helpful! I have two aloe Vera plants that I really want to use but I have no idea what it does. Now I do 😄

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    1. I am so glad this has helped you out hun, Hope you enjoy your plants :) xxx

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