(or Barbadensis Miller) is a succulent plant concealing a pure inner
gel that has been used for centuries to improve health and enhance
Avoiding the use of herbicides and pesticides, our patented
stabilisation process ensures our aloe vera is essentially identical
to the inner leaf gel. Because we are not dependent on any other
supplier, we can guarantee the quality of our aloe.
We start with 100% inner gel, adding just enough other ingredients
to produce outstanding products.
The versatility of this product means that aloe vera can be taken as
a drink or applied to the skin. Not tested on animals, the Forever
collection is a testament to nature’s capacity to help us look and
feel our best.
Our wide product range includes drinks, supplements, skincare,
personal care, weight management and cosmetics.
We are so confident you will love our products, that we offer a
complete money-back guarantee.
facts about the county of Gwent - Gwent as a preserved county since
2003.Gwent is a preserved county and a former local government county in
south-east Wales. It was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local
Government Act 1972, and was named after the ancient Kingdom of Gwent.
It consisted of most of the former administrative county of Monmouthshire
and the county borough of Newport (both authorities which were considered
until 1974 to be legally part of England although considered jointly with
Wales for certain purposes), along with Brynmawr and Llanelly from
Brecknockshire in Wales. Under the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994,
Gwent County Council was abolished on 1 April 1996.
Gwent remains as one of the preserved counties of Wales used for certain
ceremonial purposes (such as lieutenancy), and it also survives in
various titles, e.g., Gwent Police, Royal Gwent Hospital, Gwent Wildlife
Trust, Coleg Gwent college and the Newport Gwent Dragons rugby team. It
is sometimes used as a synonym for the historic county of Monmouthshire —
for example the Gwent Family History Society describes itself as "The key
to roots in the historic county of Monmouthshire".
Gwent is the home of the following towns: Abergavenny Abertillery
Brynmawr Caldicot Chepstow Cwmbran Ebbw Vale Monmouth Newport Newport