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Aloe vera gel/powder

Commonly known as: Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (I.N.C.I.), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder (I.N.C.I.), Aloe vera native gel, Aloe vera gel, Aloe vera juice, Aloe leaf juice, Aloe barbadensis, Aloe vulgaris, Aloes.
Botanical name: Aloe barbadensis Mill (Aloe vera (L.) Burm. f.).
Extraction process: Harvesting, sorting, washing and peeling of the aloe leaves, followed by removal of the latex, manual removal of the threads, immediate grinding and pasteurization of the fresh gel. To obtain powder, the concentrated aloe vera gel is freeze-dried to obtain a white powder.
Family: Aloeaceae.
Part of the plant extracted: Fresh leaves of aloe vera.
Location: South America, tropical countries, Mediterranean regions, North Africa (Canary Islands and Cape Verde).
Flowering: Late winter.
Provenance, origin: Southeast Mexico.
Phytochemical composition: Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C and E), enzymes (phosphatases, catalase, bradikynase, proteolytiase, nucleotidase, amylase, cellulase, etc.. ), minerals (calcium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, sodium, chlorine, manganese, magnesium, copper ...), sugars (mannose-6-phosphate, aloeverose, acemannan), lectin, saponin, aloetin, aloesin, aloelusin, lignin, glycoproteins, amino acids (phenylalanine, leucine, lysine ...) and antioxidants.
Sensorial properties: Appearance : Opalescent gel/fine powder ; Color : Transparent/white to beige ; Odor : Light and vegetable.
Physical characteristics: Resulting from the organic agriculture certified ECOCERT ; pH : 3,5 - 5 ; Density : 0,997 - 1,004.
Benefits: Moisturizing, antioxidant, repairing, soothing, regenerating, tensing, protecting, purifying, lightening, anti-inflammatory, emollient, healing.
Concerns: All skin and hair types but particularly dry and dehydrated skin, skin irritated by sunburn, mature skin, sensitive skin, dry hair, sensitive and irritated scalps.



Face care (creams, serums, refreshing lotions, cleansing gels, moisturizing masks, lip balms, exfoliating gels, make-up removal gels, eye contour creams, after-shave care); Body care (hand and foot creams, milks, balms, shower creams, deodorants, solid soaps, after-sun care); Hair care (masks, shampoos, conditioners, detanglers, scrubs); Make-up (foundations, mascara gels).


Store in a dry place at a stable and moderate temperature, protected from light and humidity. A change in color of the gel towards brown is normal.

Contra-Indications and Precautions

In topical application, aloe vera gel has no contraindications.

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Aloe vera is a plant cultivated and used for more than 5 000 years by different great civilizations, especially for cosmetic purposes. The ancient traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicines, then Greek, Egyptian and African, have since their origins used this plant to treat and protect the skin. According to a legend, even Cleopatra used it regularly to perfect her beauty! 1 kg of aloe vera powder is equivalent to 200 kg of native gel.