4 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with Aloe



Aloe Vera features a variety of uses not only to soothe, but also to nourish the skin. Rather than keeping it on hand as a natural sunburn remedy, consider using aloe vera on a regular basis to reap the full benefits of its healing properties.

 In simple terms, aloe vera is an organic alternative to harsh skincare products. It boasts antibacterial characteristics that are ideal for sensitive skin, and is packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids, including vitamins A, B12, C, and E; choline; and folic acid.

While most people know about its healing capacity, few consumers are aware that aloe vera should be an integral part of their health and beauty regimen.

Read on to discover the various uses of Aloe Vera, including the best ways to integrate it into your beauty and skincare routine: 

Aloe Vera Gel: Uses and Benefits

       Soothing cubes

Fill an ice cube tray with aloe vera gel, and freeze it for several hours. Once frozen, remove the individual cubes and store them in a freezer-safe container. These “soothing cubes” will nourish the skin following sun exposure, minor burns, bug bites, and poison ivy. However, don’t hesitate to use them without any specific reason to do so — they will leave your skin soft and smooth regardless of your situation.

Remedy for sunburn, skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, and minor wounds

Various studies reveal that aloe Vera can help treat minor wounds eight days faster than standard alternatives. Rich in vitamins and minerals, it is also known to alleviate various skin conditions.


While exfoliation can be rather grueling, it’s a crucial part of grooming — especially if you hope to achieve fresh, glowing skin. Aloe Vera is a highly effective base for a DIY scrub because it softens the skin and helps deliver oxygen to the cells, strengthening the tissue to achieve healthy skin.

To create your own exfoliating scrub, mix ½ cup of aloe Vera gel with brown sugar or baking soda — just enough to create a subtle, gritty texture. Then, rub the mixture on your elbows, heels, or any dry areas that you wish to soften before rinsing.

       Shaving Cream

Wave goodbye to traditional shaving cream, and say hello to aloe Vera. It’s the perfect alternative — aloe is antibacterial, which minimizes nicks, and the slippery nature of aloe Vera gel encourages a close, nourishing shave. Use the gel independently, or combine it with other organic, moisturizing products the next time you shave.

       Makeup Remover

Most makeup removers are known to dry the skin. Focus on moisturizing instead, and squeeze a dash of aloe Vera gel onto a cotton ball for a soothing, chemical-free alternative. Your skin will be softer in no time!



At Sky Organics, our Organic Aloe Vera Gel boasts soothing properties, and is packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The plant-based product is extremely versatile, and can be used as a form of makeup remover, an exfoliator, or simply a means of alleviating skin conditions from sunburn to psoriasis. An effective base for a DIY scrub, Sky Organics’ Aloe Vera Gel is designed to leave the skin healthy and glowing.

Origin: United States

  • 100% Pure
  • Rich in Vitamins and Minerals
  • Nourishing
  • Antibacterial