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Saturday, September 23, 2017

3 Reasons Why You Should Go for Inner Leaf Aloe Juice

We all know that Aloe Vera juice is good for the skin, hair and health. Nowadays, more and more brands are recognising the multiple benefits of Aloe Vera. We have it in cleansers, masks and even in detox juices. This is no surprise really, as Aloe Vera has been proven to contain almost all essential nutrients, minerals, anti-septic/anti-inflammatory properties and polysaccharides to protect, cleanse and detox inside and out. 

So, you may be asking, what’s the difference? How does the Grace Inner Leaf Aloe Juice perform versus a whole leaf Aloe juice?

1. Grace Certified Organic Inner Leaf Aloe Juice does not contain Aloin.
Aloin is a bitter, yellowish substance found in the outer leaf of the Aloe Vera. Ingesting it may cause Diarrhea, abdominal pain and irritable bowel movements. On the other hand, because we only use the inner leaf, our Inner Leaf Aloe Juice is Aloin-free and is full of botanical goodness that is good for digestion, supports the immune system and provides therapeutic relief.

2. The Inner Leaf Aloe Juice is high in anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. It is shown to be effective as against diabetes, acid reflux, psoriasis, acne, skin asthma, high blood pressure, dermatitis and arthritis.

3. It does not contain artificial preservatives, buffering agents and chemicals. Most Aloe Juice brands use xanthan gum to mimic the consistency of the aloe gel, but did you know that if you only use the inner leaf of the Aloe Vera, the juice will have a water-like consistency. Grace Inner Leaf Aloe Juice is 99% pure Aloe Vera and we take extra care in preserving the natural essence and potency for maximum benefits. It’s 1% natural stabilizers in case you are wondering.

Aloe Vera is already naturally good for the skin and body. Even more so for certified organic Inner Leaf Aloe Vera.  Get your own bottle of natural goodness at

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