Derma 9 Blog
The aloe vera plant’s been used for millennia to treat skin troubles. In fact, aloe skincare dates back to ancient Egypt and Chinese herbal based medicine, where it was used for everything from wound healing, treating burns, and even to reduce fever. Today, aloe remains a very versatile, albeit funny looking, little plant that can do wonders for your skin. Its fleshy green leaves hold almost magical ingredients when it comes to skincare. Aloe contains skin-soothing properties, infusing your skin with moisture that protects your epithelial layer each time you use it on your face, neck, around the delicate eye area, and...
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