In the last 100 years, Aloe barbadensis Miller, or Aloe Vera Linné, has increasingly come under the spotlight and is the subject of research worldwide. It was first described in 1735 by Carl Linnaeus, Professor of Botany and Director of the Botanical Gardens in Uppsala, Sweden. This aloe, depending on the environment in which it grows, is able to create the largest natural moisture reserve containing many substances important for people and animals. Depending on climatic conditions, this moisture reserve takes the form of a solid or viscous gel.
This fluid, transparent and clear as water, is known today as Aloe Vera. Currently, Aloe Vera is used all over the world as the variety of aloe with the safest and most reliably positive action on the skin and for mucous membrane regeneration.