Aloe Vera is best known for its therapeutic capabilities, particularly where the skin is concerned. It is an excellent agent for calming and soothing the skin and also delivers nutrients and hydration. The gel of this plant's leaves is filled with beneficial components, including essential fatty acids, amino acids, glycoproteins, zinc, minerals, essential acids, vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, and water. As a result, a wide variety of beneficial qualities have been attributed to aloe vera. The benefits offered by the aloe plant have led to its use in a wide collection of skin care formulas that are commonly used to address a number of skin conditions, including minor burns, itching, wounds, and general irritation. The positive qualities featured by this succulent plant have led to its use in all sorts of formulations from creams to exfoliating solutions to shaving gels to dandruff shampoos.