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So your article is a critique on whether the aloe plant actually works to “heal sunburn” (which, in of itself is a preposterous premise, who thinks you can heal a sunburn? Your skin is already burnt, there is no going back in time to un-burn it).

But, you then point out that most of the commercial “aloe” products don’t contain the actual plant. If these products don’t use the plant that doesn’t work anyway, who cares that the plant doesn’t work? Why don’t you critique whether the products we’re being sold actually work to do what they claim? And btw, they do not claim to “heal sunburn”. I just looked at a bottle, it says that it ‘soothes and cools”. So if you can prove that the actual product we are sold does not “soothe and cool” then you have a point. As is, the whole article is pointless.