Glow From Within: Why Aloe Gloe Water Should Be Part of Your Beauty Regimen

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Earlier this year marked the New York City launch of Aloe Gloe, an all-natural, low-calorie beverage containing certified organic Aloe Vera. As the warmer months approach, the brand has been quietly taking your neighborhood grocery store’s shelves by storm.

Co-founded by Dino Sarti and Danny Stepper, the low-calorie beverage features Aloe Vera that is comprised of more than 200 biologically active amino acids, vitamins (A, C, E, folic acid & choline), antioxidants, enzymes and minerals that have been clinically proven to rejuvenate the skin, strengthen the immune system and improve digestive and cardiovascular health when ingested. The product is delicately processed to retain the bioactive component of the Aloe Vera plant responsible for promoting healthy skin, digestion and immunity.

As we prepare our body and skin for bikini season, Aloe Gloe is the perfect secret weapon. Here’s why:

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Aloe Vera aids digestions by decreasing inflammation within the digestive tract. It also supports the growth of good bacteria, so it’s guaranteed to help you “go.”

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Aloe Vera promotes the growth of cells, which leads to stronger, shinier hair, skin and nails.

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As stated by Holistic Health Coach, Robyn Youkilis, studies have also shown Aloe Vera to be effective in helping lower blood sugar levels.

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According to board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Tess Mauricio, “With normal aging, we start seeing the appearance of fine lines and loss of elasticity. Topically applying Aloe Vera gel can help as the plant’s leaves contain natural antioxidants like beta carotene, vitamin C and E, which improve the skin’s natural firmness and keep the skin hydrated.”

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Mauricio continued, “One of the most common topical uses for Aloe Vera is treating sunburns and wounds. The gel from the Aloe Vera plant has powerful healing, moisturizing and antioxidant properties. It acts as a protective layer on the skin and helps reduce inflammation, replenish moisture and allow to heal.”

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