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Some time ago, I ordered a lot of Jason's aloe vera gel, as it was on sale. Having had proof of aloe's healing ability internally (it stopped a bleeding ulcer), I thought I'd try it for a problem with stasis dermatis, which I've been told there's no real remedy for. I've been using it on my lower legs for some months now, nearly every day, sometimes twice a day, and my legs look a lot better and don't ache as they used to. Obviously, the gel is doing something good. I get skin inflammations from soap too - a redhead's curse - so use the aloe on it and it goes away almost overnight. It's marvelous for sunburn and plain old dry skin anywhere on the body too. It doesn't stain clothes. It's the best, right up there with cortisone cream, but less expensive.
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