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    Default Aloe vera the anti-ager

    Aloe vera is one of the most potent sources of vitamin C and E. It carries the additional benefit of being one of the only known sources of natural vitamin B-12. Aloe vera is believed to slow down the ageing process. It helps to manufacture collagen which is the protein that controls the ageing process of the skin and wrinkling.

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    so are you saying that....maybe in order to avoid aging we should lather on some aloe-infused cream on our skin at night? i haven't actually heard of this before..but thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliva View Post
    Aloe vera is one of the most potent sources of vitamin C and E. It carries the additional benefit of being one of the only known sources of natural vitamin B-12. Aloe vera is believed to slow down the ageing process. It helps to manufacture collagen which is the protein that controls the ageing process of the skin and wrinkling.
    I have found a good exfoliation, plus camellia oil or emu oil to work the best for me.

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    Can this also be true for Aloe Vera gel? This sounds like it would be very affordable and a good way to slow down the aging. This is one I will have to try. Thanks Aliva for the suggestions.

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    We used to have a lot of aloe vera plants at home (they look like cacti) because my dad used the plant's jelly-like extract on his scalp! According to him, it helps stimulate hair growth. So I guess it has more uses than just smoothing out wrinkles.

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    Skin Script just released a new Acai Berry Moisturizer, with Aloe and Co-Q10. This moisturizer provides incredible hydration leaving the skin feeling very soft. Antioxidants protect from environmental damage while relieving the surface signs of aging. Co-Q10 stimulates collagen to minimize fine lines. It's also rich in Vitamins B, C & E. Check it out at:
    http://www.dermahealthinstitute.com/...roducts_id=192 .

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    Aloevera defenetly has rich amount of medicinal properties which is verymuch beneficial for your skin and scalp. Some of the hair styling gel contains aloevera which is used as a balancing agent with certain chemicals.

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    Aloe Vera is a good source of all vitamins(except Vitamin D), it also contains minerals for the enzymes to be produced in right amounts in body.
    Besides these benefits Aloe Vera also has long-chain sugars that help to re-balance the digestive system, also helps in healing small cuts, insect stings, wounds, healing and repairing skin tissue after burns, including sunburn.

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    aloe vera is a wonder plant. it helps burns and cuts heal faster. and it's great for the skin and scalp too. i'm using it on my scalp and i feel it's better than any hair conditioner i've tried. and my hands, elbows and knees are smooth too because i apply aloe vera on them. i used it once on my face, but i couldn't stand the smell

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    Here is the Aloe Vera, a fantastic ingredient in a lot of products we are selling online.
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