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5 Ways to Use Aloe

Can you smell the SPF in the air? It’s summertime and we’ve got just the thing to prep you for days of fun in the sun! Used for centuries, aloe vera is packed with tons of water, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and phytonutrients to give you intense hydration that’ll keep you cool and moisturized all summer long. Pure aloe vera extract makes up the bulk of our Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel. It’s a multitasking gel moisturizer that doesn’t leave sticky residue and can be used on your face and body!

 

Here are five ways to add the soothing, hydrating powers of Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel into your routine!

 

1. Lighten up your moisturizer!

When it feels too humid and sticky outside, use Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel as a light, refreshing application. It’s super absorbent, which especially help oily skin types to moisturize without heaviness.

 

2. Add it to your shampoo!

Try adding some Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel to your usual shampoo. It’ll help moisturize sun-stressed and dry hair, leaving it strong and soft. Aloe vera also helps to promote shine!

 

3. Maximize curl and definition!

After shampoo and conditioner, Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel can be used to ease frizz and define curls. Apply a small amount to your hands and scrunch it into wet hair to give a styling boost to your regular styling products.

 

4. Moisturize and soothe pre- and post-shaving skin!

Aloe vera is naturally antibacterial and gentle on skin, so you can use Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel in place of shaving gel. It is also perfect to use as an after-shave product to promote smooth skin!

 

5. Tame those wild brows!

You can use Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel to keep those feisty brows in place. Use a clean mascara wand to brush gel over brows. It will dry without stickiness!

 

Now you can keep skin soothed and hydrated (and hair smooth & frizz-free!) all summer long with the power of aloe vera. How do you like to add aloe into your routine?


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