Aloe Vera Gel may be used instead of Aloe Vera Cream if you would rather not apply oil containing product to your skin.
Some people prefer the feel of the gel.
The properties and virtues of Aloe Vera have been long known and utilised.
The gel protects skin from sun and cold. Aloe's jelly regenerates the tissues while stimulating the cell's development. This is why so many beauty products use Aloe as an important ingredient.
Aloe vera is often used to treat itchy scalps
Healthy skin looks soft, flexible, humid and rosy, but modern daily life can easily alter this natural balance. The only way to restore this condition is with good cleaning and hydration. Cleaning your face with water and soap may affect the skins' pH. This is a measure of acidity which is usually between 4.5 and 5.5 for normal skin. This pH level resists the penetration of bacteria and fungus into the skin. Aloe restores the skin's pH to normal.
Humidity is essential to maintain skins' young appearance. Aloe helps the skins' pores regulate their natural humidity, minimising loss by evaporation.
Aloe Vera Gel keeps the skin surface dry while moisturising it. When the nutritious substances in Aloe Vera penetrate the skin they stimulate and generate new tissues.
People with very dry or dehydrated skin should use Aloe carefully, as it absorbs the skin oil. Aloe Vera should be blended with a balancing agent, such as Tocopherol (Vitamin E). Pure Aloe Vera could remove important oils in very dry skins.
Ingredients: Aqua, Aloe Vera, Glycerin, Ultrez 21, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Hydroxide.