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  • Instantly Her Itch Started Going Away

    Another real story: "My friend’s 2 year old daughter has eczema over her whole body. She would scratch to the point where it would bleed and get puffy from the irritation. She had tried many prescription ointments and over-the-counter lotions. Nothing seemed to work. She would always keep her long sleeves up because she would scratch.             I purchased InfiniteAloe fo... Read More
  • Kate Middleton is one of many celebrities who cope with eczema

    Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is one of many celebrities who cope with eczema. Breakthroughs in science regarding a certain defect in a skin protein may lead to a cure. In the meantime, there are many things one can do to try to keep those itchy, red, scaly flare ups under control. Avoid Common Chemicals Doctors and other professionals tell me that they are seeing more and more patients with bad reactions to everyday ... Read More
  • I am most grateful for this miracle product

    “Having moved to California nearly 23 years ago, I began spending more time in the sun, on golf courses, riding my bike, and enjoying all that the Southern California environment had to offer. After a couple years, I developed severe itching on my forearms and neck, areas most exposed to the sun. “Even with sunscreens used faithfully the problem did not go away. Finally and gratefully, I discovered Infinite Aloe skin cream an... Read More
  • An Aloe History Lesson

    Venus de Milo - photo by Slices of Light The origins of Aloe go as far back as the Sumerians, evidenced by recorded history dating back to 1700BC located on the Sumerian Clay Tablets.  Aloe and its benefits migrated around the world throughout many of the ancient civilizations.  The Sumerian civilization is the oldest civilization, as far as recorded history shows, and was located at the confluence of the rivers Tigris and Euphra... Read More

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