Aloe Vera for the Treatment of Eczema

Aloe Vera or Aloe barbadensis miller is a succulent plant native to the Arabian Peninsula. The name Aloe is derived from the Arabic word alloeh meaning shiny bitter substance as its fleshy leaves contain a bitter yellow sap. Uses include skin care, digestion and topical antiseptic, and it can be traced back 6,000 years to Egyptian stone carvings.

Can Aloe Vera help Eczema?

Aloe Vera may help eczema by its antibacterial properties, which keep irritated skin healthy, while soothing symptoms of the condition.

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