Aruba Aloe Balm N.V. was founded in 1890 on the balmy Caribbean island of Aruba, among a wide expanse of aloe fields in Hato, Aruba, planted in 1890 by founder Cornelius Eman. Aruba Aloe is considered one of the only Aloe companies in the world that grows, harvests and manufactures aloe products on-site. Aruba Aloe is also one of the oldest Aloe companies in the world and one of the first to produce cosmetic products based on the nourishing Aloe Vera gel.
We are thrilled to have Aruba Aloe hand and body lotion in the VIP Goodie Bag at StyleChicago.com’s 9th annual Evening of Modern Beauty at the W Chicago – City Center on Thursday, August 17, 2017.
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Aruba Aloe products:
• Bath and body
• Hair care and styling products
• Deodorants …and more
Our products are lovingly made on our One happy island; we pride ourselves on creating products with a plant so prominent in our island’s culture and heritage. Not to mention so unique in its countless benefits. Aruba’s Code of Arms even features an aloe plant in one of its quadrants-nicknamed ‘Island of Aloes’ in the 1920s. Aloe Vera marked Aruba’s first source of welfare. Two thirds of the island was covered in aloe plants in the 1920s!
Aruba Aloe was founded on the incredible healing power of the Aloe Vera plant. Each and every product is made with 100% Pure Aloe Vera Gel to hydrate and nourish your skin and hair. But why stop at Aloe Vera?
Aruba Aloe decided to look beyond its own verdant Aloe fields to explore the healing power of other plants as well. The research and development department carefully selected a wide array of natural plant extracts with remedial qualities that would perfectly complement the benefits of Aloe Vera for an extra boost of skin and hair wellness. These plant extracts were blended together with other fine ingredients to create the Island Remedy Collection.
Aruba Aloe Balm N.V. opened up its first retail location in 2000; the shop is on the premises of Aruba Aloe’s vast aloe fields in Hato, Aruba. Our collection of stores has now grown to include 16 stores throughout Aruba. View the website here.