Amma-Zing Aloe VeraPosted: March 23, 2016
The Aloe Vera plant is indigenous to Africa but it will flourish anywhere that is warm and dry. It is not a cactus, but a succulent and a member of the lily family. Interestingly, garlic, onion and asparagus are part of the same family. The plant is generally classified as a small bushy plant with very fleshy leaves – only 1-1.5% of the plant is solid and the rest is water, which is perfect to moisturize the skin. Aloe Vera truly is one of nature’s most wonderful ingredients for the skin.