It needs full sun exposure, particularly in cloudier and cooler climate areas. As an indoor plant it needs a to be within 3 feet of a shade-free window facing the south.
To water your aloe properly, it’s best to do it thoroughly and then allow the surplus water to drain through a good drainage system. The next watering should be when the top inch of its soil is dry. If you’re under watering it, you’ll notice the tips of the leaves going brown. Overwatering can lead to root rotting.
It’s best to stick with fertilization in the growing season, once per month starting in spring.