The Right Way To Use Aloe On Sunburns

Aloe is something of a wonder plant: The insides of its spiny leaves act as a moisturizer, help repair damaged skin, calm an upset stomach, and—on the other end of the scale—act as a powerful laxative. And for those who manage to kill most houseplants, aloe’s a dream; a pot will thrive on a bright patio or in a sunny window with minimal watering.

Getting the most out of an aloe plant is slightly more complicated than hacking off a leaf and plopping it onto sunburned skin. Here, seven cool insights and hacks from Koos Veel, M.D., director of operations of Aruba Aloe, the oldest aloe company in the world.


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