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Aloe vera on skin

@article{Lavanya2019AloeVO,
  title={Aloe vera on skin},
  author={Vanjari Lavanya and Dhanraj M. Ganapathy and R. Visalakshi},
  journal={Drug Invention Today},
  year={2019},
  pages={1146-1149}
}
Aloe vera is a naturally occurring product that is nowadays frequently used in the field of cosmetology. There are various indications for its use.[1] A. vera is a tender plant that belongs to the species of the genus Aloe. It is a perennial plant and it arises from the Arabian Peninsula but mostly seen in tropical climates around the world and is cultivated and they are used for agricultural and medicinal uses. The species is also used for decorative purposes and they are grown in indoors as a… 
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Topical application of Aloe gel and/or olive oil combination promotes the wound healing properties of streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats
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Results showed that the AVO combination effectively improved the healing process in diabetic excisional wounds with significant differences in the healing kinetics compared to wounds that received Aloe gel or olive oil separately.

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