HistoryAloe vera has been used for therapeutic purposes in several cultures for millennia: Greece, Egypt, India, Mexico, Japan and China. Egyptian queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra used it as part of their regular beauty routines. Alexander the Great, and Christopher Columbus used it to treat soldiers’ wounds.
IngredientsBontanical Name: Aloe barbadensis miller
How To Use Thin oils can apply to the skin directly. Thick oils are sticky, diluted with thin oils will have a better result. Proportion: Thick Oil 10-20% Thin Oil 80-90%
"Do's and Don'ts * Flammable. Keep away from heat and flame * Avoid contact with eyes. * For external use only。Do not use orally。 * Do not apply to skin undiluted. Stop use if skin has allergic reactions. * Consult professionals if you are: pregnant / high blood pressure / epilepsy / sensitive skin. Keep out of children's reach. * Use only as directed. Storage * Avoid to store in oxidising agents and strong acid. Store in amber glass container. * * Store in cool and dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight. Store in wooden box is highly recommended. * * Store in a tight container. *"
Base oil/ carrier oil is a vegetable oil rich in minerals and vitamins. Since essential oils are highly concentrated, they must be diluted into base oils/ carrier oils before safely applying them onto the skin. It can also help the essential oils to absorb into the skin more quickly. Add 4-5 drops of essential oil to 10ml of carrier oil for facial or body massage or as a homemade body oil after shower.