236.5 ml

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Aloe Vera Gel is for external use and is known for its hydrating and moisturising properties. The gel is created by adding a gelling agent, Irish moss extract, to the juice. Aloe vera gel spreads on quickly and moisturises, leaving no sticky residue.

  • Indications for use

    Soothes and supports the skin

    May be used topically to moisturise and tone skin

  • Ingredients

    Aloe Vera Gel

    Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Marine Colloids (Rhodophyceae spp- red seaweed)

  • Recommended Dose

    Apply Aloe Vera Gel to the skin to achieve the moisturising effect desired.

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Customer reviews

“Aloe vera Gel: Various uses.”

I have found this product invaluable over the years for some skin and mouth problems that have arisen for myself, family, friends and acquaintances.
Burns: Rub the Aloe on immediately if your hand hits the side of the hot frypan as I have done quite a few times. Instant relief and no burn resulting, not even a pink patch on two occasions. The times I didn't use the aloe, I was left with a bad burn even though I used colt water and ice to treat the burn.
Sunburn: Very soothing and healing.
Gum ulcers from dentures: Can take the pain away immediately if you put a blob of the gel in the appropriate part of the denture, then put back in mouth. The gel will drip down onto the ulcer.
Spots: The gel can heal certain spots, but some others don't respond.
Hot rashes: Aloe can cool the heat down.
Chafing and rubbing: In folds of skin, under breasts and abdomen. Wash with warm water, pat dry, (never rub). Apply liberal gel and the relief is great after a very short period of time. Usually healed in a day or two by repeating both the wash and gel once or twice each day.
Dry skin: Temporary relief.

Robyn.

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Robyn Transom 31/03/2016

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