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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has a rich history of use in cosmetic and health treatments. From Cleopatra, who applied Aloe Vera gel over her body as an extensive beauty treatment, to the Native Americans who called Aloe Vera the ‘Wand of the Heaven’, Aloe Vera has been hailed for millennia for its health benefits.

Cleopatra used Aloe Vera on her face and body as part of her beauty regime!
Ancient Egyptians named the Aloe Vera plant the ‘Plant of Immortality’ 6,000 years ago
Wild Aloe Vera plants have been known to live to up to 100 year’s old
There are approximately 250 species of Aloe Vera but only 4 of them are cultivated for their health benefits

Benefits in Facemasks

Aloe Vera has a very special quality when it comes to skin treatments, it's great at moisturising without leaving the skin feeling greasy, so it's perfect for anyone with an oily complexion. If it's the aging process you're worried about, Aloe Vera contains a huge variety of antioxidants which make your skin feel firmer and more hydrated. What's more, this super plant contains anti-inflammatory hormones which work wonders when treating acne.

Reveal Mask Type Benefit

Mud Masks

Mud within face masks acts as an emulsifier penetrating skin pore deep to absorb excess sebum and other impurities deep within pores. When you wash the mud mask off, you also wash away the dirt, grime, oil and dead skin. Mud also contains huge numbers of minerals which nourish your skin, leaving your face feeling fresh, clean and vibrant.

Peel Off Masks

Peel Off masks are gentler and more effective than scrubs whilst leaving skin incredibly purified and smooth. You’ll be amazed at how many dead skin cells show up on the mask after use!

Fabric Masks

The perfect quick mess-free beauty boost. Infused with serum to instantly revitalise and revive skin. Alternatively indulge with the fabric masks infused with botanical clays for a unique beauty experience.

Health Benefits

Packed full of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, Aloe Vera is renowned as one of nature’s best cleansers, but that’s not all it’s good for. Many IBS sufferers swear by the healing effects of Aloe Vera to help with the painful digestive problems IBS causes. There is also some evidence suggesting Aloe Vera lowers cholesterol. There really is very little this plant can’t do.

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Aloe Vera Treatments

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