Aloe Vera Reviews
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Newest Review: ... of them given good light and food and room the plants will grow up to fill a corner but if you dont want them large keep them ... more
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Customer Aloe Vera Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/12/10 (Useful, 28 readings)
Aloe Vera is a rather unusual although well known desert plant. It comes with dark green thick leaves that fill with water so they can survive the harsh deserts. The plants grow to fairly reasonable sizes, the size really depends on your care of them given good light and food and room the plants will grow up to fill a corner but if you dont want them large keep them in a small pot the restricted roots will limit the leaf growth. The plants do flower although rarely they have to have ideal conditions for this to happen so I wouldnt buy them for flowers just think of it as a bonus if you get some. The plants can be grown as houseplants and are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Aloe vera is a succulent type of plant - which means it has fleshy leaves that store water, surrounded by a tough and leathery leaf cuticle. These types of plants in general are adapted to live in environments where there are water shortages - typically in deserts, although there are a number of alpine / mountain 'succulent' type plants too. A quick search on 'Wikipedia' tells me that Aloes belong to the asphodel family, I would have guessed lilies, if I'd been asked myself, but I understand that the two groups are fairly closely related. What surprised me was that they are thought to be native to the western Mediterranean - to a region encompassing the western part . Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Anyone who has read some of my more recent reviews will know that a couple of weeks ago I suffered a really nasty case of sunburn while on holiday. After looking everywhere for the product that I always turn to in times of crisis, Sudocrem, I gave up and went to visit the pharmacy, where the pharmacist ensured me that an Aloe Vera gel, costing around £15 in English money would heal my burns in no time. I must admit that I was a bit sceptical due to the price but was so desperate for some relief that I decided to buy it and was pleasantly surprised by the results. I applied the gel as directed, 3 or 4 times a day, rubbing it in until it was fully absorbed. The ... Read the complete review