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Unless you’re living under a rock, you know what aloe vera is and how much of a rage it is in the realm of natural skin, hair, and body care.

It is a succulent plant known for its clear gel-filled leaves.


Among the various species of Aloe vera, Aloe Barbadensis is the most commonly used and is also referred to as “Kumari” in Ayurveda. 

Aloe vera is characterized by its

  • Sheeta (cold) potency
  • Tikta (bitter) taste
  • Bhedan (laxative) nature. 

It is particularly beneficial for enhancing liver function and provides relief from burning sensations and skin-related concerns. 

With its Rasayana (rejuvenating) properties, regular consumption of Aloe vera helps in improving immunity, supporting the body in fighting infections, and promoting overall well-being by balancing the Vata-Pitta-Kapha doshas.

Additionally, oral consumption of Aloe vera juice aids in alleviating constipation due to its laxative properties, and is also used in weight management and diabetes management.


1. Helps soothe sunburn  

Aloe vera gel is packed with cooling and anti-inflammatory properties, making it  one of the most natural remedies for sunburn and irritated skin.

2. Helps moisturize the skin

Aloe vera gel acts as a non-greasy moisturizer that hydrates and softens the skin while unclogging pores.

3. Boosts healing of wounds

Aloe Vera promotes the healing of wounds, burns, cuts, and other injuries. It speeds up skin cell regeneration and penetrates the epidermis, the outer layer of the skin, faster than water.

4. Fights skin ageing

Rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin C, and beta-carotene, Aloe Vera gel is loaded with anti-ageing and anti-microbial properties. It reduces age lines, boosts collagen production, and improves skin elasticity. 

5. Reduces infection and acne 

Aloe Vera's antimicrobial properties help treat pimples without causing damage to the skin. It contains polysaccharides and gibberellins - these promote new skin cell growth and reduce inflammation and redness.

6. Lightens blemishes on the face

Aloe Vera promotes skin cell turnover, reduces redness, and fights skin inflammation. It is a natural treatment for stretch marks and acne marks.

7. Stimulates hair growth 

Aloe Vera gel activates new hair growth and contains proteolytic enzymes that repair dead skin on the scalp. 

8. Controls dandruff

Aloe Vera helps heal dry scalp, fungal infections, and excessively oily scalp, which are significant causes of dandruff, providing a natural way to get rid of it.

9. Acts as a conditioner for hair and scalp

Regular application of Aloe vera gel conditions and nourishes the hair, maintaining its vitality and shine.


Isn’t this Ayurvedic plant a literal all-in-one package?!

That is why you’ll find traces of it in almost every other Art Of Vedas product. Want to check them out? Click here