|by lululemon athletica|
I found this great quote from Christopher Columbus...
"Four vegetables are indispensable for the well being of man:
Wheat, the grape, the olive and aloe.
The first nourishes him, the second raises his spirit,
The third bring him harmony, and the fourth cures him.
Christopher Columbus (1451-1506)
Now today we can not promote Aloe as a "cure", so we don't. Quoting Alasdair Barcroft & Dr Audun Myskja, Aloe Vera Nature's Silent Healer: "When the gel is used fresh from the leaf or when it is properly stabilized and processed to retain the essential 'freshness and efficacy' of the raw gel, it has potent healing, immune boosting, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, nutritional, general health-giving and rejuvenating properties for a wide range of ailments and disorders in both humans and animals alike. Although common folklore would have us believe that aloe vera has 'magical' healing properties, it should never be regarded as a cure-all. It does however seem to have significant and highly positive benefits when taken internally (as a drink), topically on the skin or both simultaneously on a wide range of seemingly unconnected ailments and disorders. These range from skin conditions such as acne, athlete's foot, cold sores, eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis to arthritis, asthma, candida, colitis, conjunctivitis, Crohn's disease, diabetes....." [The list goes on]
InfiniteAloe Skin Care repeatedly produces results in all of these areas as well as a many other skin conditions people face. At the same time, it acts as an anti-ageing cream, and moisturizer for the entire body.