Aloe Vera comes in a variety of shapes and patterns, and can even be used medicinally. It’s a helpful little plant, and as another type of succulent, it shares the same care requirements as the Haworthia.
It can grow in indirect or artificial light.
An occasional watering, but being cautious to not leave any moisture on the leaves and keeping close watch with the lighting so as not to burn the leaves will keep an aloe plant happy. They will quickly let you know if you have been overwatering them by turning brown and mushy.
You can cut off a piece of an aloe vera leaf, remove the sharp side, and cut in half. Use this fresh aloe gel directly on your skin or even add to smoothies!