Recent Examples of aloe from the Web
Since it's infused with conditioning butters, aloe, and avocado oil, lips stay smooth and hydrated.
Sunshine & Glitter also have glitter lip balm and glitter after sun for anyone who needs some aloe after staying out in the sun for a while.
The formula contains ceramides, hyaluronic acid, aloe, and panthenol to deeply hydrate the skin.
During her lifetime, Walska was more famous for running through six husbands than for creating dramatic displays of aloes, bromeliads, cycads, cactuses, epiphyllums, succulents, ferns and more in themed landscapes.
The products, which come in 100 percent recyclable packaging, feature carefully sourced natural ingredients such as aloe, charcoal, cucumber, kelp, algae and more.
The gentle moisturizer has a lightweight, almost whipped texture and a formula full of rosewater and aloe to soothe, plus white tea extract to firm and plump.
Simkins says not to forget the basics, like coconut oil and aloe.
Last Monday, a group of adult and kid volunteers spent the morning in Yew Dell’s greenhouse dividing aloe plants, potting up tropical cacti and generally soaking in all the greenhouse could deliver.
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Origin and Etymology of aloe
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
ALOE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aloe for English Language Learners
: a tropical plant that has heavy leaves which produce a thick liquid used in medicines, cosmetics, etc.
medical Definition of aloe
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