7 Best Aloe Vera Juices (That Will Make You Feel Amazing)

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If you thought 2019 was the year of celery juicing, you’re probably right. But aloe vera juice is another green juice that deserves to be at the top of your gulp-it list.

What is aloe vera juice good for? Turns out, this succulent does more than heal and soothe your red skin after a nasty sunburn. It’s loaded with over 75 different minerals and vitamins, and has a number of different health benefits when consumed. 


For starters, the aloe vera juice benefits include helping with digestive issues by essentially soothing you from the inside out. It can bring relief if you have stomach ulcers or an inflamed gut, and can even cleanse and nourish your entire tract for more consistent and healthy bowel movements.

Because aloe vera is so rich in antioxidants (including vitamin A, C, and E), drinking it can even help give your immune system a boost, and some studies have shown that it can reduce blood sugar levels. That’s not all, though! Those minerals and vitamins also mean that drinking aloe vera juice can help you in your glow up goals. In fact, a recent study found that drinking it consistently improved facial elasticity and collagen levels.


If you want to try aloe vera juice for yourself, we’ve rounded up some awesome options below. Go for it!

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1. Yes You Can! Detox Pack with Aloe Vera and Hibiscus

This antioxidant-amped powder can be added to water, a smoothie, or your favorite beverage. It combines aloe leaf powder along with broccoli seed extract, artichoke extract, and milk thistle seed extract for a boost of nutrients. It helps to promote hydration, bolster your immune system, aid digestion, and supports the body’s cleansing process.


(Yes You Can, $39.99)

2. BareOrganics Aloe Vera Juice

Here’s another mix-in option for you, though this one is liquid-based. Simply add two to four ounces of BareOrganics Aloe Vera Juice in water, juice, or a smoothie, and reap the health rewards all day long. You can also drink it alone if that’s your thing, though mixing it with another liquid will help you get more of your daily hydration.


(BareOrganics, $12.99)

3. Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Juice Inner Fillet

Lily of the Desert’s Aloe Vera Juice is the same concept as above. The primary difference is that it sources aloe vera from the “inner fillet” or “inner leaf” of the plant. It also contains citric acid to help stabilize the pH level.


(Swanson Vitamins, $8)

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4. Iberia Aloe Vera Drink with Aloe Pulp

If you’re seeking a pre-made beverage, Iberia’s Aloe Vera Drink with Aloe Pulp is a solid contender. The variety pack includes two bottles of the brand’s Original, Mango, Pineapple, and Strawberry flavors. Each contains actual aloe vera pulp, along with aloe vera juice, that’s all been sourced from fields in Taiwan.



5. Aloe Gloe Organic Aloe Water

Aloe Glow’s Organic Aloe Water is a pure, non-flavored, pre-made aloe vera beverage. This 12-pack contains ideally diluted organic aloe vera juice along with organic evaporated cane juice, organic natural flavor, and organic stevia extract for a touch of sweetness.



6. Alo Exposed Aloe Vera Pulp & Juice

This option from Alo Exposed is very similar to the one above, only it contains cane sugar and honey as sweetening agents instead of stevia. It also has a touch of natural grape flavor added to it in case you prefer your aloe juice to taste a little less like aloe juice. There’s no right or wrong option, it’s just a matter of your personal preference.


(Boxed, $18.99)

7. Kivalife 100% Aloe Vera Juice Shots


For those seeking a one and done option, check out these Aloe Vera Juice Shots by Kivalife. Each 40mL shot is comprised of aloe vera juice, aloe vera pulp, honey, water, and a preservative to keep it tasting fresh. Because of their size, they’re easy to tote around and travel with.


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Wendy Rose Gould is a freelance lifestyle reporter based in Phoenix, Arizona. She contributes to NBC, Refinery29, Brides, Allure, Spotlyte, Total Beauty, Soko Glam, and others.

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