(Aloe Barbadensis)

Benefits of Aloe Vera

The Natural Ingredients

Often referred to as a miraculous plant, Aloe Vera has been known for millennia for its healing properties: it is a veritable mine of vitamins (Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B12, C, E), minerals, enzymes, flavonoids, lecithins and mucilages, lipids and proteins that stimulate the immune defenses and have innumerable healing properties.


From its elongated and fleshy leaves, a dense and transparent gel is extracted that has been very popular since ancient times and has a powerful anti-aging effect. Its moisturizing properties make the skin more elastic and hydrated, one of the most appreciated benefits by women who constantly use the CremaFIT Treatment.

Beneficial Properties in Cosmetics:

Moisturizing and Lenitive

It has a moisturizing and soothing action, it helps by giving relief in cases of dry, irritated skin or in the presence of sunburn.


It calms inflammation and itching of the skin and is the number one ally against pimples and acne.


It stimulates the repair and regeneration of the skin itself.


It has antibacterial and healing properties.

Cleopatra: the first woman to discover Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera Origin and Provenance

Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis) is an officinal succulent plant of the Aloeacee family, native to South America, but it can be grown anywhere in the world, as it adapts very well to all climatic bands of the globe, both hot than cold, dry or humid climates.
The Egyptians called Aloe “The Plant of immortality”. Cleopatra and Nefertite apparently used it for the care and beauty of their body; Greek and Roman doctors were also familiar with this medicinal herb and used it to treat minor wounds, bruises, burns, gastric disturbances and fatigue.

Figure 1 - Aloe Vera plant (Aloe Barbadensis)
Figure 1 – Aloe Vera plant (Aloe Barbadensis)

ALOE VERA (Aloe Barbadensis): a natural gastroprotector

Aloe Vera is also used for internal or food use, in the form of gel or juice, and acts as a natural gastroprotector, controls the development of harmful bacteria in the intestine and reduces excessive stomach acid, thus promoting good activity. digestive. It is also a natural detoxifier of the body with a specific purifying action on the liver.

Figure 2- Aloe Vera plant (Aloe Barbadensis)
Figure 2- Aloe Vera plant (Aloe Barbadensis)<7center>


Why Aloe Vera is so used in cosmetics

The minerals present in Aloe juice ensure a good supply of oxygen (O2) to the tissues of our body and a better blood supply; the enzymes present, manganese and selenium, have an antioxidant action capable of slowing down the cellular aging process.
Due to its natural anti-aging property, capable of stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, two fundamental substances in the battle against wrinkles, cellulite and skin imperfections, Aloe Vera is the main ingredient of many cosmetic preparations.

Figure 3- Extraction of Aloe Vera Juice (Aloe Barbadensis)
Figure 3- Extraction of Aloe Vera Juice (Aloe Barbadensis)

Aloe Vera: a concentrate of vitamins

  • Vitamin A, or retinol, known for its regenerating action;
  • Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant able to counteract the effects of skin aging;
  • Vitamin E protects against free radicals, keeping the skin young and elastic;
  • Vitamins of group B, specifically B5, used in cosmetics in order to restore or strengthen the damaged skin barrier; with its anti-dehydrating and anti-inflammatory action it keeps the skin soft and elastic.

Vitamin A

Vitamin C

Vitamin E

Group B Vitamins

Your skin also deserves the benefits of Aloe Vera

CremaFIT products that contain ALOE VERA (Aloe Barbadensis)

CremaFIT products were born thinking about frequent use before and after training. The use of Aloe Vera allows to keep the skin elastic and hydrated with an evident anti-aging effect. A younger-looking skin thanks to its soothing properties.
You can find Aloe Vera in these CremaFIT products:

Body Treatment

CremaFIT Toning Treatment 300ml (10 fl oz)

Body Cream

CremaFIT Anti-Cell 150ml (5 fl oz)