(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
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facts about Leicestershire - Leicestershire is a county in central
England. It takes its name from the heavily populated City of Leicester,
traditionally its administrative centre, although the City of Leicester
unitary authority is today administered separately from the rest of
Leicestershire. The county borders onto Derbyshire to the north-west,
Nottinghamshire to the north, Rutland to the east, Warwickshire to the
south-west, Staffordshire to the west, Lincolnshire to the north-east,
and Northamptonshire to the south-east. The border with Warwickshire is
Watling Street (the A5).
County Hall, situated in Glenfield, about 3 miles (5 km) north-west of
Leicester city centre, is the seat of Leicestershire County Council and
the headquarters of the county authority. The City of Leicester is
administered from offices in Leicester itself and the City Council meets
at Leicester Town Hall.
The River Soar rises to the east of Hinckley, in the far south of the
county, and flows northward through Leicester before emptying into the
River Trent at the point where Derbyshire, Leicestershire, and
Nottinghamshire meet. A large part of the north-west of the county,
around Coalville, forms part of the new National Forest area extending
into Derbyshire and Staffordshire. The highest point of the county is
Bardon Hill at 278 metres (912 ft), which is also a Marilyn.
Leicestershire Towns - Ashby de la Zouch Coalville Hinckley Leicester
Loughborough Lutterworth Market Harborough Melton Mowbray Shepshed