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  • Botanical name: Aloe Barbadensis
  • Colour: Clear, colourless
  • Ingredients: New formulation! Aqua, Xanthan Gum, Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis) Powder, Guar Gum, Phenoxyethanol (and) Ethylhexylglycerin, Potassium Sorbate

Why Choose N-Essentials Aloe Vera Gel

This is a new formulation! The previous formulation of aloe vera gel used ethanol as a preservative (at a level that was not drying on the skin) that gave the product an alcoholic smell. This smell wasn't a desired characteristic in some end-use skincare products. With our new formulation, the preservation system is maintained, by way of safe levels of phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin and potassium sorbate, but with the added benefit of no alcoholic smell.

Aloe Vera Powder is extracted from the hollow inner leaf of the Aloe plant and is freeze-dried to create a powder. It is soluble in water and is a popular ingredient in the manufacture of cosmetics. 

What To Know About Aloe Vera For Skin

Aloe vera, also known as Barbados Aloe or Curacao Aloe, is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe with green-greyish leaves that are dense, fleshy, serrated, and lanceolate in form. It is native to the Arabian Peninsula but can be found growing wild in tropical and arid climates all over the world.

Each aloe vera plant's triangular leaf is made up of three layers, the innermost of which contains a transparent gel made up of 99% water and approximately 75 potentially active ingredients.

The inner leaf juice or gel is extracted from the rind by machine or by hand, then cold-pressed to preserve the active ingredients. The gel is transparent, odourless, and tasteless, with no leaf skin or yellow bits. 

Since it is composed of more than 95% water, many people find that aloe vera gel can be used to improve the appearance of the skin. It also contains antioxidants as well as vitamins A, B, C, and E. Additionally, due to the presence of seven basic amino acids, aloe vera gel will help your skin achieve a healthy-looking appearance.

What To Know About Aloe Vera Gel On Hair

Do you suffer from dry, damaged hair? On the other hand, do you find yourself having to wash your hair multiple times a week to strip it of oil and grease? Are you looking for a natural way to improve the appearance of your hair follicles without relying on supermarket-bought products? Aloe vera gel on hair could be the perfect solution.

Dry hair is a common problem for many people. Unfortunately, supermarket shampoos and conditioners are often filled with artificial ingredients that do little to help the problem. Aloe vera gel, on the other hand, contains natural ingredients that may approve the appearance of hair strands. 

Greasy, oily hair is another familiar complaint. While there are many potential root causes, you can treat the appearance of the issue with a deep cleaning. Avoid products containing artificial ingredients that can strip your hair of its natural vitamins and minerals: use aloe vera gel on hair instead to cleanse your hair effectively.

Of course, before applying aloe vera gel liberally to your scalp and hair, it’s important to do a patch test to ensure you do not experience any adverse effects. Simply take a small amount of aloe vera gel and apply it to your skin. Leave it for 24 hours — if you do not develop any type of irritation, it should be safe to use on your hair. If you have any doubts, contact a medical professional before use. 

There is a variety of ways you can incorporate aloe vera gel into your beauty routine to improve the appearance of your hair.

Benefits Of Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe vera thrives in hot, dry climates. To survive in harsh conditions, the plant's leaves store water, which then explains why the liquid is a primary ingredient. It’s no wonder why aloe vera gel has long been recognised as a natural and effective way to improve the appearance of skin without leaving a greasy residue. So, if you're looking for a light moisturiser for the dry winter months or the humid summer months, aloe vera gel may be an appropriate choice.

Aloe vera gel is enriched with antioxidants and vitamin E, which helps reduce the look of unsightly dark circles around the eyes while its cooling effect may help diminish the appearance of puffiness. Pure aloe vera gel lightly exfoliates and won’t rub your skin raw, which benefits dry and sensitive skin.

Uses Of Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe vera can be added to a multitude of recipes, from natural moisturisers to DIY face mask products. 

  • Moisturiser
  • Face toner
  • Face mask
  • Face wash
  • Serum
  • Exfoliator
  • Make-up remover
  • Hair conditioner
  • Insect bite treatment
  • Suncare

Ingredients You Can Blend With Aloe Vera Gel

Where To Buy Aloe Vera Juice and Gel In Australia

N-essentials Australia is your trusted online distributor and wholesaler of exceptional cosmetic and body care products. We are committed to providing you with a wide range of high-grade natural ingredients at a reasonable cost.

If you're interested in purchasing aloe vera gel in bulk quantities, or any other type of raw ingredient, ordering online with us is safe and secure! Should you have any questions, clarifications, or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact our team.

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