Why I LOVE 95% Pure Aloe Vera Gel and Why You Should Too…

 

When you sell 7 Moisturisers and keep a close tally on the sales figures for each product, there are always front runners, and out-performers, sometimes by 300%.

This is definitely the case with our 95% Pure Aloe Vera Gel.

And I honestly couldn’t have predicted it.

But I know why.

My love of this product is so bright, it even transfers through a computer screen to any viewers.

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I’m so ridiculously passionate that this product is super enlightening and powerful for the skin, that this state of “love” is transferred across time and space.

They say love is transcendent, and it shows in your business, within the atoms and particles of your products that you empower with that love and this spreads and vibrates outwardly.

If you are selling something that you 110% truly believe in, and know for a fact helps others with their skin, then you will notice patterns that reflect your own transparent states and feelings.

And knowing that this is the purest Aloe Vera on the market, you will be hard placed to find something as natural and pure as this…

We really are the only ones, (Pure Gaia that is) and once this treasure like substance for the skin was found in its ready to apply gloopy like form, it was just a matter of time before we pushed this ingredient to market.

But why is it so amazing, and what can you use it for?

Aloe Vera, as you may have come across in oaloe-vera-leafther articles or products, is super amazing for the skin for several reasons…

The ancient Eqyptians literally coined it “The Plant of Immortality” and here’s why…

Aloe vera gel contains two hormones: Auxin and Gibberellins. These two hormones provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation. Giberellin in aloe vera acts as a growth hormone stimulating the growth of new cells. It allows the skin to heal quickly and naturally with minimal scarring.
Aloe is soothing and can reduce skin inflammations, blistering and itchiness, while helping the skin to heal more rapidly. Additionally, Aloe is used to effectively heal chronic skin problems, such as psoriasis, acne and eczema.
As a youthful skin enhancer, Aloe leaves contain a plethora of antioxidants including, beta carotene, vitamin C and E that can help improve the skin’s natural firmness and keep the skin hydrated.
This is why our 95% pure Aloe Vera Gel also acts as a body firming gel, especially for the bum and bust ;-). And the intoxicating shine effect also helps embibe a feeling of sexiness!
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Skin nutrition rich, Aloe Vera also contains over 75 different nutrients including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, sugars, anthraquinones or phenolic compounds, lignin, saponins, sterols, amino acids and salicylic acid.
Naturally great at preventing the clogging of pores, this is because it absorbs the excess oil from the skin and acts as an astringent, rendering the skin pores clean from any deposited sebum, dead skin cells or dirt.

You may also have heard of Aloe Vera Gel as a great after sun lotion. With anti-inflammatory and cooling properties, it is the perfect remedy for sunburned skin.

One fact that you may not have come across before, is that Aloe Vera Gel speeds up skin cell reproduction by as much as eight times and penetrates the epidermis (the outer layer of skin) four times faster than water, says Dr. Danhof of North Texas Research Laboratories, having undertaken a study himself and written about the incredible benefits of Aloe Vera Gel, including the ability to help the skin generate its own collagen.

It provides a protective layer to the skin which helps retain moisture

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Other than cutting up the Aloe Leaf yourself and applying to your face, like this woman above, this is the closest thing you can get to that.

And since Aloe Leaves are quire rare, hard to grow and not so sun drenched (which means not so powerful for your skin) in the UK and Europe, our 95% Pure Aloe Vera Gel gets you as close as you can possibly be to cutting it up and applying to your own skin!

And it will love your skin as much as I love this product!

Check out our Etsy page for more information on this product and others that we sell.

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Why You Should Avoid The Flu Jab…

If you are considering the flu jab, STOP and don’t do it until you’ve read this article. Then, send it to your friends too before its too late!

I was talking to a really nice lady the other day and she was noticing my cold, and said that her husband had been suffering with a cold for 3 weeks now, and couldn’t get rid of it.

She then mentioned they had both recently had the flu jab, but this was the last time they were going to do it as they were very suspicious now that he was ill.

This inspired me to want to write about this topic, as I know there is a big drive right now by the government in conjunction with the NHS to get as many people as possible to “immunise” against the flu.

The funny thing about the word immunisation, is that this is what our bodies naturally do anyway. We fight viruses and nasty cells everyday, including cancer cells. That’s exactly what our white blood cells do.

Our bodies are amazing. If we get ill, it’s our bodies way of telling us to slow down, change what we’re doing, detox or fast and if possible, to not put ourselves under stress and pressure during this time.

I mentioned this in my last video in the post below this one.

So to suggest that by injecting our bodies with the actual virus of flu itself, on a diluted level of course, to then make our bodies fight that to strengthen against the very thing we’re injecting our bodies with, is absolute madness.

It was even reported in the Telegraph in Feb 2015* last year that the flu jab was pointless in their article, due to the fact that the main strain in infleunza has mutated from the type used in the jab, which meant more deaths last winter from flu since 16 years ago in 99/00.

Even if there was a chance that the jab could work, what if our bodies were healthy at the time of the injection and there is actually no need to pump our bloodstream full of really nasty toxin filled stuff just to give us even more work to do in the Winter when immunity is already low anyway?

Doesn’t make any sense.

Statistically, after doing some research, the flu jab works for 1.5% of people. That’s a 98.5% chance that it won’t work!

This is findings based on research from the Lancet’s* long report. This was a report NOT funded by Big Pharma by the way…

Also, there are up to 300 different strains of the flu virus, so it’s complete guesswork by scientists as to which one will be the dominant one each season. Get it wrong, and you can actually accelerate the fatality rate…

There are also up to 18 toxins in addition to the virus itself. God only knows why! One of them includes formaldehyde and this among many others helps to ‘preserve’ the vaccine.

To me, its a way for big pharma to make a few billion profit since the jabs are sold to the NHS, and without wanting to go further into conspiracy theory, if everyone were healthy then the big pharma’s would stop making money….  Not that I think it is this black and white, but it definitely centres around profit.

So if something makes profit for a gigantic corporation, it will do its very best to make immunisation actually very “normal” and “accepted.” And that means an advertising drive on billboards, TV, posters and in the media in general. Is that advertising free?

Essentially you could see it as your own money being spent on this (taxpayers I mean).

The worst part of all this isn’t even the profit, it’s the crazy logic behind any kind of immunity jab in general, and the idea that we have to make our bodies stronger by injecting loads of crap into it.

If you are ill, just drink water or eat fruit for a few days (like I’m doing).

But if you are not ill and want to prevent illness, keep doing what your doing that keeps you feeling and looking healthy, whether its exercise, diet, water intake and things that give you a general sense of well being.

Just DON’T immunise.

And I don’t make any profit from writing this…

References –

Telegraph Article

Lancet Report