Definitions for "Aloe barbadensis gel"
Gelatinous, sometimes pulpy extract of the aloe vera leaf, it is rich in amino acids, enzymes and various mineral salts. It is moisture-binding, promotes cell structure, smoothes and soothes and supports the tissue's ability to utilize other active ingredients.
(aloe vera gel) - An extract from the Aloe Barbadensis Miller (South African lily-like plant), it is combined with other ingredients in personal care products and utilized for its healing effects and skin-softening benefits. It has hydrating, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and soothing properties.
One of the oldest medicinal plants known. It has remarkable healing properties because it draws and holds oxygen to the skin. For this reason it is one of the most effective cellular renewal ingredients available in cosmetics. It has a composition similar to human blood plasma, and because its pH is the same as the human skin it is extremely soothing and protective. It is also a natural astringent.