Aloe vera oil is derived from the aloe vera plant, also known as true aloe or medicinal aloe. Aloe vera is a succulent plant that’s native to arid areas of northern Africa and the Arabian peninsula. Ancient Egyptian writings describe Aloe Vera oil used as a cosmetic skin treatment by queens, according to the website Disabled-world.com. A legend claims that Alexander the Great valued the plant so highly that he conquered the island of Socotra to obtain enough Aloe Vera to treat the wounds of his soldiers. Aloe vera oil has a long history in traditional medicines and has been used to treat burns, heal cysts and promote the healing of wounds. The antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and soothing effects of aloe vera have led to the conclusion that it can encourage hair growth. It is a rich moisturiser that remains in the hair without lending any greasy look or feel. Aloe vera can also control the production of excess sebum,a natural oil released by the hair follicles. Excess sebum can clog the follicles and make the hair appear unclean. Aloe Vera oil can stimulate the process of wound healing and lowers the formation of scars and it can acure capillary dilation which can keep your skin beautiful.