Aloe Vera is an evergreen perennial plant which grows profusely in maritime sands and rocks in Mediterranean climates. The Arabs were probably the first to process the plant and called it 'desert lily'. Alexander the Great used the gel extract to treat war wounds as it was renowned for its healing abilities. Most ancient civilizations, including the Greeks, Romans, Persians and Indians applied the Aloe Vera extract as 'first aid' for wounds, burns and other skin conditions because of its antiseptic properties.
The Aloe Vera extract replenishes and moisturises the skin and restores its natural shine and elasticity.