Manufactured by Premium Nature, this aloe Vera gel comes in a glorious 12-ounce bottle for you to reap the benefits of. Nature’s own remedy for cuts, scrapes, irritation, and even eczema or psoriasis, you no longer have to suffer and itch away your skin.
When the aloe vera works with your skin to become more hydrated, you don’t have to worry about the skin being flaky or itchy anymore. In return, this is great for bug bites, inflammation in the skin from auto-immune disorders like psoriasis, and more.
Have dandruff? No worries! Begin incorporating this into your hair care regimen (we suggest researching both wash-out and leave-in methods), and you’ll see results fairly shortly. Your scalp can become moisturized, and your skin won’t flake off as much because it’s dry. You can use this as both shampoo and conditioner to help combat that flakiness, and you don’t have to mix it with anything at all!
Depending on your hair type, you may also want to look into organic hair shampoos and conditioner, so you don't undo the greatness you've done with Aloe Vera, or so it doesn't react to the Aloe Vera product on your scalp. While aloe Vera hydrates, you might have a shampoo that's rather drying, which is counterproductive.
Live near the woods and often find yourself wrapped in poison ivy? This product is able to help you combat the itchiness, the redness, and even the irritation. Natural and organic Aloe Vera gel works wonders for when nature isn't the greatest – surprisingly. It's like fighting fire with fire, but with a more soothing fire.
Due to the rich medicinal properties that come along with using this Premium Nature Aloe Vera gel, you're able to use this product on young babies and even pets without harsh chemicals getting to their skin or coat. Aloe Vera has been used for centuries in the world of medicine and being able to obtain it so easily and inexpensive is one of the best things to happen to modern medicine (on a not-so-serious level).
This product is fragrance-free and alcohol-free for those that don't want an overwhelming smell on their face, and to help combat dryness. Since alcohol dries things out, you'll never want to purchase an aloe Vera with that in the ingredients list!
Finally – a product that works. I thought I would open up with that line because I’ve tried about a dozen “organic” and “all-natural” aloe Vera gels that just weren’t making the cut. As someone with extremely sensitive skin, finding a product that works and doesn’t give me a reaction is something I only dreamed of just a short couple months ago. After diving in and trying this, I realized that this was the first product that agreed with my skin while working.
There have been countless others that didn’t agree with my skin, but were bearable because they gave me a bit of moisture and hydration, or reduced the flakiness of my scalp.
Because of the ingredients and how soft they are, you’re able to use this for anti-inflammatory purposes, too. If you’re desperate, you should look towards a true anti-inflammatory that’s topical and can work instantly (and directly) with your body. Whether you have poison ivy, or something more serious like psoriasis and eczema, you'll be able to see some sort of relief – and quick. Besides relieving the itch and possible pain that comes with, you’ll also be able to have skin that’s a bit moister, which in return, can reduce itchiness on its own.
Throw away your calamine lotion and feed your skin something much healthier, as I did! I use SPF 50+ at any given time, and have been able to use this on incredible sunburns I've gotten while out on vacation. It's been a true lifesaver, I love the fact that it doesn't come with a spray nozzle, and I can apply it in healthy helpings.
As I’m sure you’ve heard, there are products that give incredible side effects, especially those that have incredibly sensitive skin. While we haven’t heard anything about this specific product per-se, we do suggest that you conduct your own at-home test with yourself to see if you have any reactions to this product. We suggest that you put a glob of this on the fleshy part of your elbow (the inner corner), and see if your skin reactions.
Those that consume Aloe Vera products may find that they'll feel cramping, nausea, or diarrhea when it doesn't agree with you. You may also have a headache or feel nauseous in general if you use it topically. When this happens, you should immediately stop using and wash it off of yourself. Everyone has different reactions – it’s about knowing your body.
At the end of the day, this product works well for most people that have sensitive skin issues and need a bit of relief. Whether you have dandruff that you're trying to reduce, or you get gnarly sunburns after being out on the beach all day, this all-natural Aloe Vera gel can do just the trick for you. It's not expensive, and is definitely worth the investment. Who knows, you may end up auto-purchasing every month because you use it so much!