Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis)has been used throughout the centuries to aid in various ailments, including constipation, bloating, inflammation, and more. Now, you can find aloe vera for gut health, aloe vera for weight loss, aloe vera for hair, and aloe vera for skin and acne. But the type of aloe you buy is critical because the key benefits of aloe come from polysaccharides within the plant, which help protect the skin and offer specific antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
To further explain these aloe vera benefits, let’s look a little closer at how aloe vera improves health within the body:
Aloe vera for hair
Aloe vera is packed with vitamins A, C, and E, and those vitamins can help grow healthy hair cells and protect hair shafts from environmental and styling damage. Some studies also show that aloe vera can help with certain scalp and hair conditions. For example, dandruff can cause scalp inflammation, and aloe vera can help settle these follicles while strengthening your hair. Some studies are looking into evidence that aloe can also repair damaged hair.
Aloe vera for skin
If you’ve ever spent too much time in the sun, you know how beneficial and soothing aloeis for sunburns. While there are products on the market that try to mimic its anti-inflammatory properties, nothing beats natural aloe. But the benefits of aloe vera for skin go even deeper than that.
Specific forms of aloe vera have been shown to reduce wrinkles and improve skin elasticity—to help maintain that young, youthful glow. Aloe is safe enough to use on both face and body, making it an excellent addition to your whole-body beauty routine.
Aloe vera for acne
Most types of acne start when bacteria enter the hair follicle, inflame and infect it. By protecting against this infection, aloe vera can offer people with acne a two-for-one treatment for both their hair and their skin.The combination of anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties in aloe vera make it an excellent part of any skin routine and has shown excellent results for people with mild to moderate acne. It can help to clear up acne at the root—which is where all acne starts.
The benefits of aloe vera capsules come in part from the chemical structure of their unique polysaccharides.
What is a polysaccharide (and why is it important)?
Scientifically speaking, polysaccharides are a type of carbohydrate that can aid structural support for cells, energy storage, and even communication between cells. So what do polysaccharides have to do with aloe?And why are they an essential ingredient in organic aloe vera pills?
Polysaccharides are what give aloe vera some of its most potent benefits. Our aloe vera is harvested from the inner leaf of certified organic aloe vera, where the most bioavailable polysaccharides are found.While other brands may claim to do the same thing, most don’t guarantee10% polysaccharide retention. With NBPure’s aloe vera, you’re getting the highest quality product available on the market today.
What is aloe barbadensis?
If you’re researching aloe, you might see the term aloe barbadensis. Aloe barbadensis is just the botanical name of aloe vera. There are many types of aloe, but aloe vera barbadensis is what you’ll find in most supplements and gels. But the most effective form of aloe vera barbadensis comes from the polysaccharides found in top-quality products like NB Pure’s Organic Aloe Vera Pills.
Take 1 capsule up to 3 times daily, preferably with meals, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Sourcing natural, pure ingredients is the cornerstone of what we do at NB Pure. Our goal has always been to craft products that you can trust, and that’s why we never settle for anything less than the very best. That means using high-quality, all-natural, bioavailable ingredients and keeping our formulas free of binders, fillers, and excipients, so that our unique blends use ingredient formulas that work well together and are kind to the body.
- Certified organic aloe vera
- (aloe barbadensis from activaloe 200x concentrated inner leaf powder guaranteed 10% polysaccharide retention)
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