Aloe Vera Gel
"Your aloe saved my face!! One application is all it took for me to fall in love." -Becki N.
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Whether you’re a young babe or a silver fox, this aloe is perfect for you. It’s gentle, moisturizing formula keeps skin soft and youthful while bolstering its defenses.
A subtle, earthy scent with a smooth texture.
Use enough Aloe to cover the affected area. Making a DIY hair hydration mask? You’ll need about ⅓ cup of Aloe Vera Gel. Treating a sunburned back? Make sure you evenly cover all burned skin.
We recommend using between 2 - 4 times a week for conditioning hair or as needed for healing relief.
Aloe starts working right away! Most people experience visible results after a single use.
2-3 months is usually the replenishment rhythm that’s comfortable to most.
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I really love this Aloe Vera gel. I use it as a moisturizer for my face and it’s not oily at all, it’s very hydrating and moisturizing, and it doesn’t make me break out! It’s just perfect and exactly what I’ve been looking for:) (also, I love the gel-like texture and quite faint smell of this gel too.
Reapply 2-3 times a day until the burn has healed. Please remember that Aloe Vera is only appropriate for minor, first degree burns. Seek medical help for burns that are more severe.
Apply a thin layer of Aloe Vera Gel to the face before applying makeup, or to other parts of the body that need a bit of nourishing moisture.
Aloe Vera Gel is a gentle, natural alternative to conventional makeup removers. Apply a small amount of gel to a cotton ball, then gently remove makeup around your eyes. Refrigerate a cotton ball soaked in aloe vera gel before using for a cooling treat that reduces puffiness.
Apply a thin layer of aloe vera gel to the face or legs to moisturize and soothe freshly shaven skin.
It’s a rich, nourishing gel that comes from the leaves of the aloe vera plant. Humans have used the aloe vera plant for healing for millennia. We’ve taken the work out of growing the plant yourself and put all of the good stuff in an easy to use bottle.
Our aloe vera gel is not certified organic. However, the aloe that we use in our gel is organic and all of our ingredients are the highest quality available, and we do use organic ingredients whenever possible.
We add small amounts of Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, and Sodium Citrate for added nourishment and stability. We never use parabens, phthalates, sulfates, artificial colors or fragrances, or anything else that has the potential to be toxic or harmful.
You will get a generous 8oz bottle.
Absolutely! Our aloe vera gel is a great way to soothe away small burns, such as sunburns and cooking mishaps. However, we don’t recommend it for more serious burns: it’s not a stand-in for medical attention in more severe circumstances.
Definitely. Aloe vera has natural disinfectant, antimicrobial, antibacterial, antiseptic, and antiviral properties. We like to keep an 8oz bottle in our first aid kit at all times to deal with things like bug bites, poison ivy, eczema, and small shaving nicks.
Yes – and our kids love it! It’s a great way to soothe away itches and rashes. In fact, it’s so gentle that we’ll even use it on diaper rash.
It is. While it’s always better to avoid sunburn by using an SPF sunblock, mistakes do happen. If you or your kids end up with a burn, just apply a thin layer of aloe vera to soothe away the sting. Keep a bottle of gel in the fridge for extra cooling capacity.
Tons. Aloe vera is full of moisturizing capabilities, so it’s an effective way to make dry skin history. You can also use is as a gentle way to clear dirt and makeup off your face at the end of the day.
Those antibacterial properties make aloe vera a great natural dandruff treatment. Wash your hair with aloe vera shampoo to soothe away inflammation and limit the growth of the fungus that causes some forms of dandruff. You can also use our gel to moisturize your hair and as an alternative to conventional styling products.
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How many different ways can you use organic aloe vera gel? We’d start counting but it would take all day. Packed with over 200 active components, including minerals, vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, and fatty acids, aloe vera gel is the swiss army knife of the natural health and beauty world. Use it as a moisturizer for soft, healthy, and young-looking skin. Apply to minor burns to soothe away the sting and create the perfect environment for healing. Use it after shaving to reduce razor burn, as a conditioner for lustrous locks, as a refreshing pre-makeup moisturizer, or as a natural way to keep diaper rash at bay.
We think aloe vera gel is best as it is. That’s why each bottle is filled with 98% organic aloe vera gel. No toxic additives. No artificial colors or fragrances. Just the natural aloe your skin, hair, and body loves
By ditching the phthalates, parabens, artificial fragrances, and other junk, our aloe vera gel is safe and gentle for all skin types and ages. And because we prioritize sustainable sources and refuse to test on animals, you’ll never have to worry about the impact your purchase has on the environment. So experience the many (many) ways organic aloe vera gel can make your life easier, healthier, and just plain better. We know you’re gonna love what it can do.
Our Organic Aloe Vera Gel has a ton of different uses. Here are a few to get you started, but your only limit is your imagination.
Healing minor burns: Apply a light layer of Aloe Vera Gel over minor burns for soothing, natural relief. Reapply 2-3 times a day until the burn has healed. Please remember that Aloe Vera is only appropriate for minor, first degree burns. Seek medical help for burns that are more severe.
Skin Moisturizer: Apply a thin layer of Aloe Vera Gel to the face before applying makeup, or to other parts of the body that need a bit of nourishing moisture.
Makeup Remover: Aloe Vera Gel is a gentle, natural alternative to conventional makeup removers. Apply a small amount of gel to a cotton ball, then gently remove makeup around your eyes. Refrigerate a cotton ball soaked in aloe vera gel before using for a cooling treat that reduces puffiness.
Aftershave: Apply a thin layer of aloe vera gel to the face or legs to moisturize and soothe freshly shaven skin.
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