“Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths.”
~ Etty Hillesum
information provided by Dr. Mercola
By itself, aloe oil is not a pure oil. It is created by combining the aloe vera plant with a fatty oil, and contains the basic properties of aloe. However, since it is combined with a carrier oil, its nutritional properties may be enhanced.
Aloe vera is often utilized by cosmetic, food, and beverage, and skin care industries. It is used to relieve itching, accelerate the healing of wounds, and as a moisturizing agent. Aloe vera oil can be used as a massage oil, haircare product, insect bite treatment, a dental care product, and aromatherapy oil. Aromatherapists mix aloe vera oil with other carrier oils in order to make enhance its healing, rejuvenating activities.
Disclaimer: If you have allergies to essential oil please do not try this activity.