Aloe vera is a succulent plant in the Aloeaceae family. The plant’s name is derived from the Arabic word alloeh meaning “a shining bitter substance” and the Latin word vera which means “true” or “authentic”. Aloe vera has a long, glorious history dating back to 2200 BC, when it was mentioned for the first time on a Sumerian clay tablet found in the ancient city of Nippur. This plant was seen as sacred and divine in some cultures.
Aloe vera exists on most of the continents, but is mainly grown in warm, tropical regions. It can survive drought but not frost.
The leaves of the aloe vera plant are serrated and form a rosette that starts at the base of the stem. Adult plants can grow up to a metre high. Each plant has between 12 and 16 leaves which can weigh up to 1.5 kg.

COMMON NAME

Organic Aloe Vera

INCI NAME

Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder

QUALITY

Organic
100% derived from organic farming

ORIGIN

Traditional origin: Eastern and Southern Africa, Indian Ocean islands

CERTIFICATIONS

Product from Organic Farming certified by Mayacert.

BENEFITS

Aloe vera contains almost 200 nutrients, which give it many properties.
The moisturising and soothing powers of aloe vera gel are widely recognised. In fact, this gel is mainly made up of water, with polysaccharides and amino acids guaranteeing deep and continuous hydration. The juice of the plant is an excellent source of revitalising vitamins (including B1, B2, B3 and B6). It soothes irritated skin, hydrates dry skin and makes skin more supple.

Enjoy the ample benefits and delicious scent of organic Aloé véra …

Eau Végétale – Cleansing Fluid for Sensitive Skin and Eyes – 150ml

14,90

Eau Végétale effectively removes dirt and make-up from your skin.
Packed full of natural, plant-based active ingredients, this makeup removal fluid leaves skin perfectly cleansed, hydrated and soothed. The skin’s natural softness and beauty are restored, priming it for the application of other beauty products.
Eau Végétale is formulated with lavender water, making it suitable for even the most sensitive eyes.

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