USES & BENEFITS
It is hypoallergenic with approximately the same pH balance as the skin. Its skin softening and rejuvenating properties make it a great choice for lotions, massage creams and soap recipes.
- Eczema, especially eczema in young children
- Seborrhoeic dermatitis
- Athlete's foot
- Urticaria - sometimes referred to as 'hives' or 'nettle rash'
- Scar reduction
HOW TO USE
Using the oil in massage therapy is a great way to maximise aloe oil's healing benefits. Apply directly or 'Make Your Own' massage oil with this recipe:
- Mix on a 1 : 1 ratio with a carrier oil such as coconut, apricot, almond oil
- Add 2 - 3 drops of your favourite essential oil and mix well
- Warm over a low heat for about 10 minutes and allow to cool
- Slather on and massage in (use right after your shower or bath, when your skin will better absorb the oil)
BLENDS WELL WITH