#1 Health Drink – Aloe Vera Gel



Imagine slicing open an Aloe leaf and consuming the gel directly from the plant. Our Forever Aloe Vera Gel™ is as close to the real thing as you can get.

The miraculous aloe leaf has been found to contain more than 200 compounds. A product of our patented aloe stabilization process, our gel is favored by those looking to maintain a healthy digestive system and a natural energy level.

The first to receive certification by the International Aloe Science Council, this rich cocktail of pulp and liquid authenticates this product just as nature intended. Taken daily, either alone or mixed with pure fruit juice, it is one of the best health drinks available!

The power of aloe – from the inside out
The first of its kind to be certified by the International Aloe Science Council
Beneficial for maintaining a healthy digestive system



The name Aloe Vera or true aloe probably stems from the Arabic word alloeh, meaning ‘shining, bitter substance’. Aloe Vera’s use as an aid to beauty and skin health is certainly not new, and mankind has benefited from its internal and topical effects for at least 4,000 years.

Many myths and legends surround its use in ancient times, suggesting that it was an important part of the beauty regime of the Egyptian queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra, and there is a legend that Alexander the Great in 333 BC was persuaded by his mentor, Aristotle, to capture the island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean for its famed aloe supplies, which he needed to treat his wounded soldiers. Over the centuries there have been many references to Aloe Vera in the literature of various cultures, including the ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman, as well as those of the Indian, Chinese, and Arab peoples.

Evidence supporting the use of aloe over the years was first discovered on a Mesopotamian clay tablet dating from 2100 BC. Later, in 1862, George Ebers, a German Egyptologist, bought a papyrus in Cairo which had been found in a sarcophagus excavated near Thebes a few years earlier. It was discovered to be an ancient Egyptian herbal in which Aloe Vera was mentioned 12 times in various preparations. It can still be viewed in the University Library in Leipzig.

Many famous physicians including Dioscorides, Pliny the Elder, Galen and Celsus included Aloe Vera in their therapeutic armouries. The first reference to Aloe Vera in English was in a translation by John Goodyear in 1655 of Dioscorides’ De Materia Medica (AD 41-68). Aloe, he wrote, is of a strong scent and very bitter to the taste … It hath a power of binding, or procuring sleep, of drying, of thickening bodies, and loosing of the belly and of cleansing of the stomach … It stops the spitting of blood and it cleanseth the icterus. It properly healeth exulcerated genitalls.

Traders first brought Aloe Vera to London in 1693 and by 1843 considerable amounts were being imported to be made up into medicine. Throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries it remained one of the most popular prescribed and over-the­counter medicines.


The genus Aloe comprises mainly xerophytes, whose centre of distribution is southern Africa. It is only found in warm, fertile regions where it is capable of withstanding very long periods of drought. Resembling a cactus, it is in fact a succulent of the family Aloeaceae (which has been separated from Liliaceae on rather narrow taxonomic grounds), related to the onion, garlic, and asparagus. Although there are more than 300 species described, there are four main types with medicinal properties:

Aloe barbadensis Miller, also known as Aloe vulgaris, or the Curacao aloe.
Aloe perryi Baker, the Socotrine aloe or Zanzibar aloe.
Aloe feroxor Cape aloe.
Aloe arborescens, favoured largely by the Japanese.
Virtually all the plants are considered to be non-toxic but there are a small number that are extremely poisonous, containing a hemlock-like substance. Aloe barbadensis Miller is considered to be the most potent and therefore is the most popular, and this will be the one discussed here.

The plant takes four to five years to reach maturity, at which time its leaves, which grow from a short stem, are about 60 cm in length and about 8-10 cm wide at the base. The leaves taper to a point and possess soft marginal spines. If the stem is cut transversely the leaves can be seen to be growing in a rosette pattern. From the middle of the mass of dark green leaves the flower stem develops; this reaches about 90 cm in length and has long, rather tubular yellow flowers. At the base of the mother plant, little suckers or ‘pups’ grow, which are easily separated to make new plants. The plant can also reproduce by cross-fertilization. In the wild the method of pollination is often by hummingbirds. Aloe Vera, being a perennial, has a lifespan of about 12 years, but for commercial purposes the leaves are harvested at about 2-4 years of age. After the outer leaves have been harvested by hand, which is done up to three times a year, the plant is able to ‘seal’ itself against water loss. This protective habit is peculiar to succulents. Within a few seconds of the wound being inflicted it films over, and during the next few minutes a rubber-like protective coating stops further loss of sap, so that the stem does not become desiccated and continues to live. In a short time the wound heals completely. This explains why, in folk medicine, it is referred to as the ‘miracle plant’ or ‘wand of heaven’.


Leaf Structure

The structure of an aloe leaf shows an outer rind about 15 cell layers thick. This is green in colour and has a hard waxy surface, the hardness being due to the high content of calcium and magnesium. Below the rind are vascular bundles, or tubes of xylem or phloem. The large pericyclic tubules close to the vascular bundles are the source of the ‘aloetic juice’ from which ‘aloes’ is derived. Next comes a mucilage layer of polysaccharides, forming a container to hold the inner parenchyma or gel (water storage). It also maintains the sterility of the gel.

When a leaf is cut and hung up sap will quickly drain out of the larger tubules. It is orange or yellow in colour, sticky and very bitter to the taste. This resin, or latex as it is sometimes called, is ‘bitter aloes’.


Aloe is 99.0-99.5% water, with an average pH of 4.55. It contains over 75 different constituents, which can be divided into the following groups:


Aloe contains many vitamins, excluding vitamin D, but including the important antioxidants A, C, and E, as well as the B group. Some authorities suggest there is a trace of vitamin B12, which is normally only available from animal sources.


Several of these biochemical catalysts such as amylase and lipase, aid digestion by breaking down fats and sugars. One important enzyme, a carboxy­peptidase, inactivates bradykinin, which produces pain associated with vasodilation; its hydrolysis therefore has an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.


These include sodium, potassium, calcium, mag­nesium, manganese, copper, zinc, chromium and iron. Magnesium lactate, present in Aloe Vera, inhibits histidine decarboxylase, thus blocking the formation of histamine from the amino acid histidine. Since histamine is liberated into the skin from mast cells in many allergic reactions, leading to intense itching and pain, this reaction may account for aloe’s powerful antipruritic effect.


These are derived from the mucilage layer of the plant which surrounds the inner parenchyma or gel. They form 25% of the solid fraction and comprise both mono- and polysaccharides, but by far the most important are the long-chain polysaccharides, the glucomannans (B-(1,A)-linked acetylated mannan). When taken orally, some bind to receptor sites lining the gut and form a barrier, possibly helping to prevent ‘leaky gut syndrome’, whilst others are absorbed whole by a method of cellular absorption known as pinocytosis. So unlike other sugars, which are broken down prior to absorp­tion, the polysaccharides are absorbed complete and appear in the bloodstream unchanged. Here they act as immunomodulators capable of both enhancing and retarding the immune response.



These phenolic compounds found in the sap – the ‘bitter aloes’  – are made up of free anthraquinones and their derivatives:

– Barbaloin (1 0-(11,51 – anhydroglucosyl)-aloe-emodin -9-anthrone) ,
– Isobarbaloin,
– Anthrone-C-glycosides and chromones,

making 12 compounds in all. In large amounts these exert a powerful purgative effect, but in small amounts they appear to aid absorption from the gut, are potent antimicrobial agents, and possess analgesic effects. Topically they can absorb ultraviolet light, and inhibit tyrosinase activity, reducing the formation of melanin, thereby reducing any tendency to hyperpigmentation.


This woody substance, inert in itself, endows topical aloe preparations with their singular penetrative ability, taking the other active ingredients with it deep into the skin to nourish the dermis.


These soapy substances form 3% of the gel and are general cleansers with antiseptic properties.

Plant Sterols

These include campesterol, B-sitosterol, and lupeol.

Salicylic Acid

An aspirin-like compound possessing anti-inflam­matory and antibacterial properties. Topically it has a keratolytic effect which helps to debride a wound of necrotic tissue.

Amino Acids

Aloe Vera gel provides 20 of the 22 amino acids required by the human body, and seven of the eight essential amino acids which the body cannot synthesize and which have to be ingested in food­ the missing one being tryptophan .Although the amounts of all these compounds are very small, the evident healing effect of this plant appears to come from the synergistic effect of all the components working together in concert.


Therapeutic Products

Therapeutic products derived from Aloe Vera fall into two categories:

1. Those made from the resin or sap – i.e. the ‘bitter aloe’ largely comprising the aloin-are used as a laxative and vermifuge, killing intestinal parasites. The aloin, having reached the colon, its site of action, is transformed by bacterial action into the active drug aloe-emodin-9-anthrone. This, by a variety of actions, increases the water content of the large bowel and increases peristalsis by an irritant action.

2. Those made from the mucilage and the gel. These come either from the filleted leaf or from the whole leaf. The former is preferable because this can be cold stabilized and involves the least interference with the raw gel. It is not excessively heated, filtered, or concentrated and so the com­mercial product is essentially the same as the natural substance. Whole leaf products, on the other hand, are filtered through charcoal to remove the anthraquinone fraction; yet there is some evidence that small amounts of anthraquinones, as found in the gel, aid absorption from the gut, as well as being powerful antimicrobial agents in vitro.

Although anthraquinones are considered to be abortifacient-and aloe is in fact reported to have been used as an emmenagogue [46]-it is unlikely that the small amounts of these compounds found in aloe gel would pose any risk in this regard. Indeed, recent animal studies found no evidence of an emmenagogue effect [39].

The gel can be drunk to achieve either a local effect on the gastrointestinal tract or a systemic effect after absorption. It is also made into topical products for use on the skin and scalp, ears, nose, and throat. Because of its rejuvenating or anti-ageing properties, aloe has been added to various beauty preparations by the cosmetics industry for many years, but recently it is increasingly being acknowledged for its medicinal properties, especially in the treatment of burns: in many parts of the world where it grows wild it is called ‘the burn plant’.


The evidence suggests that Aloe Vera works in two main areas:

– Epithelial tissues – an epithelium being defined as a layer of cells that covers the surface of the body or lines a cavity that communicates with it. The skin, the largest organ of the body, is also the largest epithelial surface, but epithelial tissues also include the lining of the nose, sinuses and lungs, the mouth, oesophagus and alimentary tract as well as the genital tract. This action on surfaces and membranes rather than solid organs accounts for the variety of problems that aloe can address by promoting faster healing.

– The immune system, where it exerts an effect on the cytokine system, bringing about immunomodulation.


Cosmetic Effects

1. Moisturization brought about by the action of the polysaccharides. An ideal product should contain 20-40% polysaccharides.

2. An increase in collagen and elastin deposition due to the stimulation of dermal fibroblasts. This is also a most important effect in wound healing, for, in vitro, fibroblasts under the influence of Aloe Vera replicate themselves three to four times more than a control. Cosmetically this reduces the tendency for ageing skin to wrinkle.

3. A reduction in pigment formation because of aloe’s anti-tyrosinase activity:
Tyrosine            >        DOPA    >        Melanin
(Tyrosinase)      (Polymerization)
This· has the effect, with prolonged use, of reducing the formation of ‘liver spots’ or ‘age spots’. In some cases existing lentigines are report­ed to have disappeared after prolonged applica­tion of topical creams.

4. An enhancement of the skin’s immune system, again mediated by the long-chain polysacchar­ides, which afford protection against damaging ultraviolet rays.
Topical Aloe Vera products are particularly effective because the active substances penetrate into the skin, owing to the lignin component, rather than remaining on the surface.

Effect on Damaged Epithelial Surfaces

Aloe has always been prized for its wound-healing properties, and experimentally this action is well documented. The healing of any wound is a compli­cated sequence of events involving many different cells and systems, but it is likely that the effectiveness of Aloe Vera depends on the following actions:


– The enzyme bradykinase inhibits proteases, thereby leading to a reduction in swelling and redness.
– Salicylic acid prevents the biosynthesis of prosta­glandins from arachnidonic acid through its in­hibition of cyclooxygenase, reducing the vascular effects of histamine and serotonin. In this way both the inflammatory and immune response are regulated, as prostaglandins are involved in both.
– Magnesium lactate, which inhibits histidine decarboxylase, reduces the amount of histamine formed from histidine in mast cells.
– The production of thromboxane, which would bring about vasoconstriction and increased platelet adhesiveness, is inhibited by Aloe Vera. This action makes it particularly useful in the treatment of burns, where increased blood flow is beneficial.

These mechanisms will also produce both an antipruritic and analgesic effect. The former makes Aloe Vera a very effective treatment for both acute (topical) and chronic (topical and systemic) urticaria.



Aloe Vera kills most wound pathogens-e.g. Pseudomonas aeruginosa, E. coli, and Staphy­lococcus aureus-in vitro. In my own experi­ments the growth of MRSA has also been inhibited. Apart from these common pathogens, it has also been shown to kill yeasts such as Candida albicans and fungi such as those involved in ringworm and athlete’s foot. It is virucidal for the herpes virus, both simplex and zoster. There is also an enzymatic degradation of necrotic tissue, possibly due to amylase and aloctin-A, which stimulate the activity of macrophages.

Stimulation of Fibroblasts

As previously mentioned, aloe brings about faster replication, with a consequent increase in collagen fibre production.


Aloe’s general nutritional effect involves the synergistic action of the minerals, vitamins, trace elements, and enzymes, but this of course is dependent on the amount ingested.
In practice I have found that Aloe Vera often benefits sufferers from skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, acne vulgaris and rosacea, chronic urticaria and skin ulcers. My own and other patients have also reported improvements in asthma, sinus congestion, arthritis, and GI disorders such as reflux aesophagitis, gastritis (with or without erosions/ ulcers), diverticulosis, and inflammatory bowel disease. I have found it to be of particular benefit in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome-though it should be noted that the effect is more palliative than curative, since symptoms generally return 7-10 days after termination of treatment.

All these anectotal claims clearly need to be sub­stantiated by clinical trials; a randomized, placebo ­controlled double-blind trial involving 100 patients with IBS has been scheduled for the near future. **

A trial by nutritionist Jeffrey Bland of the Linus Pauling Institute, involving 10 healthy volunteers, showed that Aloe Vera has a pronounced action on the normal bowel:

– There was an increased rate of peristalsis, creating a faster movement of food through the gut.
– There was better protein digestion and absorption, as measured by urinary indican levels.
– The stool was bulkier, owing to an increased water content.
– The gut flora was normalized: where there had previously been high levels of yeast, these fell to normal levels after ingestion of aloe.

Immunomodulatory Effects

The long-chain polysaccharide acemannan, isolated by Carrington Laboratories in the USA and marketed as carrisyn, has shown in vitro activity against retroviruses and is being trialed as an adjuvant therapy for AIDS, with some success. Here, it boosts immunity by acting on the cytokine or chemical messenger system. It has already been approved by the FDA to be used in the treatment of another retroviral condition, that of feline leukemia in cats. In this country a veterinarian, Peter Green, has successfully treated horses with post-viral syndrome, the equine equivalent of myalgic  encephalomyelitis. In his trial 11 out of 14 horses were able to return to their previous activities of racing, eventing, etc., after conventional treatment had had nothing more to offer them. In horses, unlike in humans with this condition, the white blood cell count drops to near­fatal levels. After treatment with oral aloe the improvement in the clinical picture was associated with a return to normal white cell levels, ­confirmation that the immune system is being affected.

The long-chain sugars, and possibly also a glycoprotein, influence the immune system by:

– Stimulation of phagocytosis in neutrophils.
– Activation of complement.
– Stimulation of B-lymphocytes to make specific  antibody.
– Enhancement of the effect of lethal substances used by neutrophils (such as hydrogen peroxide -H202), and macrophages (nitric acid) in attack­ing their targets.
– Stimulation of T-lymphocyte activity, and possibly of their interaction with monocytes.

There is clearly sufficient anecdotal evidence, backed up by laboratory studies, to warrant proper clinical trials in these areas. In the meantime, one can feel confident, when using Aloe Vera clinically, that one is following the advice of Hippocrates:
… and above all, do no harm.

Dr. Peter Atherton (MBChB, OObst, RCOG, MRCGP) qualified at Leeds University and after six years in the Royal Army Medical Corps took up general practice in the UK. His special interest in medicine is dermatology, and this, combined with an understanding of the power of herbal remedies gained while serving in the Far East and India, led to his fascination with Aloe Vera. He was so impressed with the results of using Aloe Vera in his own practice that he undertook a research fellowship at Oxford to investigate aloe further.  This article was originally published in 1997 (British Journal of Phytotherapy, 1997, Vol 4, No 4)



1. Body “Building Blocks” Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Amino acids are our Body‘s building blocks. Eight of which are essential and cannot be made by the Body, are found within the aloe plant! Drinking Aloe Vera Juice regularly allows you to help maintain your health by replenishing your Body naturally with these essential amino acids! An analysis of the aloe Vera’s plant shows that it comes closer than any other known plant to the duplication of essential amino acids. An analysis of the aloe vera plant shows that it comes closer than any other known plant to the duplication of life’s essential amino acids. Life’s building blocks found within one nutritional drink – Aloe Vera Gel!

2. Anti-inflammatory Properties Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel has 12 natural substances that have been shown to inhibit inflammation without side effects. Aloe may also support proper joint and muscle mobility! Aloe may help so the joint and muscle pain due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Just think –all that, and in just 2 to 4 ounces a day.

3.Daily Dose of Vitamins Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel includes Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E, Folic Acid and Niacin! The human Body simply cannot shop some of these vita vitamins. Therefore, need to supplement them regularly through our diet. What better way than by drinking a daily dose of Aloe Vera Gel and at the same time building the Body’s defense  system naturally against oxidative stress?!

4. Daily Dose of Minerals Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Some of the minerals found in aloe vera included sodium, iron, potassium, chromium, magnesium ,manganese, copper and zinc. What a powerful storehouse! We all know that adding foods to our diets with naturally occurring vitamins and minerals are recommended for overall health. Drinking Aloe Vera Gel is a natural and healthful way to replenish the body’s supply.

5. Collagen and Elastin Repair Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel can add a rich supply of building materials to produce and maintain healthy skin. The skin replenishes itself every 21 to 28 days .Using the nutritional building blocks of aloe Vera, the skin can utilize these nutrients daily to help combat the effects of aging! A daily dose of Aloe Vera Gel can be just what your skin is thirsting for.

6. It regulates Weight and Energy Levels. Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel naturally, and with regular use, allows the body to cleanse the digestive system! Our diets include many  unwanted substances, which can cause lethargy and exhaustion. Taken regularly, Aloe Vera Gel ensures a greater feeling of well being, allowing energy levels to increase and helping to maintain a healthy body weight.

7. Immunosuppressed Function Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel provides natural support for the immune system. Since the immune system works around the clock protecting the Body, aloe Vera, with its natural immune enhancers, gives the Body a continual arsenal from which to draw. Drinking 2 to 4 ounces of Aloe Vera Gel regularly can possibly produce the steady support your immune system needs.

8. Aids in Healthy Digestion Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Healthy digestive tract ensures that nutrients from the foods we eat are absorbed into the blood stream. Aloe Vera Juice has natural, detoxifying abilities. Drinking Aloe Vera Gel regularly may improve bowel regularity and increase protein absorption, while at the same time decrease unfriendly bacteria and yeast – all done naturally!

9.It provides Rapid Soothing. Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel enhances fibroblast function. Fibroblasts are those remarkable little cells responsible for collagen formation.They are also assisting the soothing of minor burns, cuts, scrapes and skin irritants!

10. Dental Health and Hygiene Why drink Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel is extremely healthful for your mouth and gums! The gel acts like an immune enhancer for overall mouth wellness. Take that to your next dental appointment!


 “You ask me what were the secret forces which sustained me during my long fasts.
 Well, it was my unshakable faith in God, my simple and frugal lifestyle, and the Aloe
 whose benefits I discovered upon my arrival in South Africa at the end of the 19th century.”

Mahatma Gandhi

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Aloe Fleur de Jouvence Recovering Night Creme

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Recovering Night Creme is a primary component of the Aloe Fleur de Jouvence® collection.

It contains polysaccharides and other skin humectants which form a protective film against moisture loss. Natural lipids for the important oil/water balance are provided by wheat germ glycerides and apricot kernel oil.

Soluble collagen is needed for maintaining good skin structure and reducing line and wrinkle appearance to help combat signs of aging. Special skin enhancers, derived from natural plant and bee product extracts, are also included.

The moisturizers in Recovering Night Creme give life to the look and feel of your skin. It is designed for night use to condition the skin while the body rests, helping to restore the ‘Flower of Youth’ – skin that is youthful in its appearance, pliable, smooth and taut.

It is a superior, velvety cream that restores fullness to even the finest wrinkle lines, keeping the skin supple, while helping maintain elasticity and moisture. 

  • Velvety, rich night cream
  • Contains vitamins C & E, plus Provitamin B5
  • Added lipids protect and aid in replenishing skin while we sleep

$25.80 (2.oz)

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Aloe Lotion

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Aloe Lotion

One of our signature products, Aloe Lotion is a wonderful, all-purpose, skin lotion with a high content of pure, stabilized aloe plus Jojoba Oil and Vitamin E to moisturize and soothe the skin.

Collagen and Elastin are added to this fine mix to assist in keeping the skin smooth and supple. It is an ideal choice for applying to dry, chafed, wind-blown or weathered skin.

 Light in scent but long on soothing dry, irritated skin, Aloe Lotion quickly restores your skin’s delicate pH balance to keep it supple and soft.

Our formula takes advantage of the latest breakthroughs in skin care technology to make Aloe Lotion feel sensational all over your face and body!

  • Moisturizer for face and body
  • Excellent after-sun moisturizer
  • Hand lotion
  • Finer texture than Aloe Moisturizing Lotion
  • Very soothing


$11.80  (4 oz)

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Organic Beauty

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 There are many beauty products available on the market today. You see them everywhere! So, why is going “green” or organic a sudden surge in popularity? Are they better than non-organic beauty products that we use today?

 I will answer these questions, but first I will define organic beauty products. It is very simple! Products such as moisturizers, creams and even cosmetics which are wholly or mainly produced with natural or organic compounds. Given this definition, we are aware that these three factors make organic products better than non-organic.

  Organic Beauty: One They just work better – you can compare beauty products with food. Food tastes better if the ingredients used for cooking are real and natural. Natural and organic compounds react better in the overall health of our bodies. There are chemicals and compounds that react better with what nature gives us.

  Organic Beauty: Two. They are safer and better for our body. When you apply something on your skin, it’s effect is not limited to the skin only. Your body absorbs it too. So what is applied to the skin affects the whole body also. Generally, non-organic products such as alcohol, phthalates, SOLS / SES, formaldehyde and other toxic substances are sure to harm our bodies. Organic beauty products, namely 100% organic products are free of harmful chemicals. Therefore, they are safer and benefit our skin and body much better than synthetic alternatives.

  Organic Beauty: Three. They are environmentally friendly – The production process of these products are beneficial to us and our world. Harmful chemicals and fertilizers are not used in the production process so that we can be sure that our environment, our water, our soil and our wildlife are not affected by the production of these beauty products.

 Given these three factors, it would, no doubt, be clear to see we should buy and use organic. However, not everyone is convinced of this greatness. If everyone were to use organic beauty products, we would be much healthier, without side effects, now and in the future.



Aloe Vera Gelly – Potent & Pure…..as Nature Intended

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Historically, a major use of aloe vera was to aid in soothing minor skin irritations. Many households kept a live aloe, or “burn plant” for first-aid use.

Essentially identical to the aloe vera’s inner leaf, our 100% stabilized aloe vera gel lubricates sensitive tissue safely. Specially prepared for topical application to moisturize, soothe and condition, Aloe Vera Gelly is a thick, translucent gel containing humectants and moisturizers.

Readily absorbed by the skin, it soothes without staining clothes. Aloe Vera Gelly provides temporary relief from minor skin irritations.

It can also be used on the skin prior to ultrasonic treatment, or after electrolysis. Hairdressers use the Gelly around the hairline to protect the skin before perming and coloring.

From your bathroom cabinet to your first-aid kit, and from the kitchen to the campsite – Aloe Vera Gelly is an ideal companion for skin that needs a little extra care.

  • Quickly soothes the skin
  • Relieves itching from insect bites
  • Burns and sunburn pain relief
  • Does not stain clothing
  • Ideal for any first-aid kit
  • Relieves irritation from shaving
  • Aids in healing of cuts and abrasions
  • Aids in healing acne
  • Anti aging effects

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$11.80 (4 oz.)

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Sonya Skin Care Collection


Sonya® is the essence of more than just beauty: it is an expression of rejuvenation, admiration and love. Our collection’s formulation of ingredients including aloe vera, fruit extracts, white tea and superior moisturizers give back to your skin.

They help to rejuvenate and moisturize your skin like never before.

The Sonya® Skin Care Collection contains five fundamental elements for cleansing, moisturizing, and maintaining overall skin condition and appearance.

Aloe Purifying Cleanser, Aloe Refreshing Toner, Aloe Nourishing Serum, Aloe Balancing Cream, and Aloe Deep-Cleansing Exfoliator work together to leave your skin looking fresh and radiant. Indulge in this five-step process, and treat your skin to the luxury it deserves!


Sonya Aloe Deep-Cleansing Exfoliator

Daily exposure to today’s environment can quickly take a toll on your skin. For those times when your skin needs extra exfoliation without the irritation associated with other harsh exfoliators, Sonya® Aloe Deep-Cleansing Exfoliator is the perfect answer.

This deep-cleansing but gentle exfoliator with aloe and natural jojoba beads is the perfect combination to leave your skin feeling soft and smooth. Aloe makes the perfect moisturizing agent while the gentle jojoba beads give your skin that deep down clean it deserves.

  • Gentle enough to use twice a week
  • Contains moisturizing aloe
  • Jojoba beads scrub gently


Sonya Aloe Purifying Cleanser

The second step in the Sonya Skin Care regime, this remarkable cleanser with aloe and fruit extracts is designed to gently remove makeup and debris without overdrying. Sonya® Aloe Purifying Cleanser will leave your face feeling wonderfully soft, fresh and clean each time you cleanse. For best results, follow with Sonya® Aloe Refreshing Toner and the other products in the Sonya Skin Care line.

  • Contains aloe and fruit extracts
  • Gently removes makeup and debris
  • Won’t overdry skin

Sonya Aloe Refreshing Toner with White Tea

Sonya® Aloe Refreshing Toner with white tea extract provides vital moisture to help keep your skin properly hydrated. This alcohol-free toner is as refreshing as it is hydrating. Applied after cleansing with Sonya® Aloe Purifying Cleanser, your skin will instantly absorb the nourishing properties of stabilized aloe vera gel, white tea extract, and cucumber.

  • Contains white tea extract
  • Alcohol-free
  • Refreshes and hydrates

Sonya Aloe Nourishing Serum with White Tea

Sonya® Aloe Nourishing Serum with white tea extract preserves and replenishes your skin’s moisture to help maintain its youthful appearance. Its lightweight formula is so smooth that it is effortless to apply. It makes a perfect base for Sonya® Aloe Balancing Cream.

  • Contains white tea extract
  • Lightweight, smooth formula
  • Replenishes skin’s moisture

Sonya Aloe Balancing Cream

Sonya® Aloe Balancing Cream contains aloe plus revitalizing extracts and advanced moisturizers. These rich ingredients will help maintain proper moisture balance and appearance of your skin. Used with Sonya® Aloe Nourishing Serum, your skin will feel soft, smooth, and hydrated like never before!

  • Contains aloe plus revitalizing extracts
  • Helps maintain skin’s moisture balance
  • Leaves face soft and smooth



  • Cleanse twice daily with Aloe Purifying Cleanser.
  • Tone and freshen twice daily with Aloe Refreshing Toner.
  • Apply Aloe Nourishing Serum twice daily.
  • Apply Aloe Balancing Cream twice daily.
  • Exfoliate approximately 2 times weekly with Aloe Deep-Cleansing Exfoliator.

The Sonya® Aloe Skin Care Kit includes:

  • Sony Skin Care Collection (#282)           $119.80

  • Aloe Purifying Cleanser (#277)                 $25.60  (6 oz.)

  • Aloe Refreshing Toner (#279)                   $25.60  (6 oz.)

  • Aloe Nourishing Serum (#281)                  $31.80  (4 oz.)

  • Aloe Balancing Cream (#280)                   $24.40  (2.5 oz.)

  • Aloe Deep-Cleansing Exfoliator (#278)     $19.20  (4 oz.)

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