Atlantialoe Telephone
+34 922 979 370
Atlantialoe repayment term
Forteen days money back guaranteed

Shopping cart


Added products:





Spend another to get free shipping
  • Payment

    Cash Wallet


Want to use your cash wallet?

Free shipping from
Carrito vacío

Your shopping cart is empty

Credit Card

SSL Secure Payment


* The value-added tax (VAT) shown for store products is that of Spain by default (not including the Canary Islands). After registering as a user, this will be updated with the amount corresponding to the billing country.

This is why Aloe’s composition makes it so beneficial

This is why Aloe’s composition makes it so beneficial

We know that its qualities are very beneficial for the health and beauty of the skin. The secret lies in aloe's natural composition, which makes it an increasingly popular ingredient in cosmetics and pharmacology

We use pure Aloe vera juice to formulate Atlantia products, extracted directly from the plant’s fleshy leaves. We do this with the utmost control in the growing, harvesting, treatment and production processes, as well as benefiting from the perfect climate of the Canaries. But none of this would be possible without the exceptional composition of Aloe itself.


Acemannan: the star component of aloe vera

Also known as aloverasa, acemannan is the main active ingredient in the composition of Aloe vera. This compound has a long list of benefits for the body: it promotes cell respiration and thus activates the metabolism; it regulates the intestine and regenerates the intestinal flora, which optimises digestion; it increases cell activity, thus strengthening the immune system, and it also has an anti-inflammatory effect.

Acemannan: the star component of aloe vera

Other active ingredients with great properties

Although acemannan is the star active ingredient, we can’t forget the others found in the composition of Aloe vera, for example, different enzymes that provide a wide variety of properties,from antioxidants that protect against free radicals (catalases) to those that break down carbohydrates ingested with food (amylases).

Aloe vera also contains a total of 20 amino acids, including 7 essential amino acids, and an extensive list of vitamins, such as vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, E, folic acid and niacin. Some have fantastic properties for the skin, such as protecting it from free radicals (vitamin E) or helping to heal wounds (vitamin C).

Minerals and trace elements important for the health (calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium and iron) complete the formula, along with fatty acids, which have an anti-inflammatory effect. These are responsible for Aloe’s positive effect on burns, skin wounds and inflammatory processes in the body.

All these properties of the composition of Aloe vera give it its moisturising, regenerating, nourishing, healing, anti-bacterial and soothing effect. What do you use it for?