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Aloe Vera Oil - Aloe barbadensis
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size
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Aloe Vera Oil - Aloe barbadensis
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size

Aloe vera oil with anti-inflammatory, regenerating and moisturizing properties, it is ideal for the sun damaged skin, eczema and wound healing. It is rich in Vitamin E, proVitamin A and fatty acids.



Its properties

  • Moisturizing

  • Soothing

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Regenerating

  • Healing

  • Antimicrobial


Why we formulated it
Aloe vera oil is edible and can be consumed raw boosting the intestinal function. It is suitable for all skin types and offers protection, moisturization and relief from irritation. Aloe vera oil is ideal to use after extended sun exposure as it cools off, revitalizes and soothes damaged skin. It has moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties and promotes skin regeneration and is suitable for all skin types. It is ideal for burns, eczema, fungal infections, insect bites and scars. Aloe vera oil is an excellent carrier oil to dilute essential oils, as it ideally preserves their properties.



How to use

  • Use it as a base to make your own handmade face cream for the dry irritated skin, as it promotes collagen production.

  • Apply topically onto the dry skin areas on the face and body.

  • Use it as it is as a soothing lotion after extended sun exposure.

  • Apply it topically onto burns or small scratches to help them heal faster.



You do not have to take any precautions during its use.


Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.


The Physis Laboratory natural oils are packaged in certified, airtight, dark-colored vials with safety caps to ensure the quality of the oil.


Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging.



It is made of
Aloe vera oil is prepared by dissolving the extract of the Aloe barbadensis plant in organic Sunflower seed oil.


Formulated with
Sunflower seed oil, Aloe barbadensis extract


Formulated WITHOUT
Preservatives, Chemical additives, Artificial Dyes, Fragrance, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), Mineral oil



  1. Hamman, Josias H. "Composition and applications of Aloe vera leaf gel." Molecules 13.8 (2008): 1599-1616.

  2. Grindlay, Douglas, and Trn Reynolds. "The Aloe vera phenomenon: a review of the properties and modern uses of the leaf parenchyma gel." Journal of ethnopharmacology 16.2-3 (1986): 117-151.

  3. Cock, Ian Edwin. "Antimicrobial activity of Aloe barbadensis Miller leaf gel components." The Internet Journal of Microbiology 4.2 (2008): 17.


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