They say walking down a tree lined street is the equivalent to feeling seven years younger or making an extra $10,000 a year (in fact, it was proven in a July 2015 study in the journal Nature). And we can understand why. After all, there is no mistaking the calming, relaxing, and rejuvenating experience of simply being outdoors,
When it comes to the products we develop, our focus is on the natural goods that promote healthy skin. But our love for Nature doesn’t end with our skin loving ingredients, at Nature’s Aid, we’re passionate about all things natural. We’ve found interesting stories about the wonders of nature, how to do your part for the environment, and so much more.
Did you know that there is a museum dedicated entirely to Aloe vera? Established in 2008, The Museo de Aloe de Lanzarote, known as the Aloe Museum of Lanzarote, is located in the village of Arrieta, in the north island of Lanzarote, Canary Islands. The Canary Islands are located off the coast of mainland Morocco.
Welcome to Nature’s Aid and the wonderful world of Aloe vera where you will discover the ancient roots and modern health & beauty applications of nature’s most precious moisturizer. The healing gel of the Aloe vera plant has been used for centuries for wounds, sensitive skin, and more! Historians suggest that the Aloe vera plant
You can help save the bees while protecting your lips with Nature’s Aid! Beeswax is the natural wax produced by honey bees when they build and repair their hives. Secreted by the worker bees, it is also used to form cells for storing the honey. When the honey is harvested, the beeswax cappings are removed,
The awe inspiring story of Dame Jane Goodall, UN Messenger of Peace, began at a young age with the gift of her cherished and beloved toy chimpanzee known as “Jubilee.” Born in the UK, her charismatic and fateful career fulfilled a childhood dream which first took her to the Kenyan highlands in Africa and later
Coast to Coast, Canada is full of unbelievable scenery and amazing places to visit. Check out the first in our series – Banff
Step in spring with Nature’s Aid skin gel