Aloe has become extremely well-known and widely-used in the cosmetics field over the last 10 years, thanks to its extraordinary properties: it is moisturising, soothing, anti-inflammatory, and cicatrizant.
The properties of Aloe Arborescens are extraordinary, more so even than Aloe Vera, which is more famous and widely-used.
The reason for this has to do chiefly with the plant’s yield. The leaves of the Aloe Arborescens are smaller and less fleshy, and therefore less rich in pulp than those of the Aloe Vera.
In Borghetto Santo Spirito, in the province of Savona, a friar named Armando Corino grows Aloe Arborescens with the help of a small farming cooperative.
For more information and free consultations, call (+39) 0182 941537 in the morning or after 8 p.m., or (+39) 338 6310579 (Dr. Armando Corino).
The “Azienda Agricola Armando Corino” has its registered offices at Via Tevere 9, in the coastal town of Borghetto Santo Spirito (17052) in the province of Savona. Armando Corino’s company offers information and consultation on the use of the Aloe Arborescens plant (t.n. “Alòe Arborescente” in Italian) free of charge. This plant is extremely common in Italy, especially in western Liguria and in Italy’s southern regions. One of the principal uses of this plant is, when mixed with honey in specific percentages, as a preventative and (why not?) also as a therapeutic for many varieties of tumours.
It is recommended chiefly in conjunction with specific medical treatments.
Its potential at the cosmetic level is also of great interest, which is why an extract of it is prepared and used in many products in the Naturaequa range of cosmetic products.
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