Aloe Vera Gel, sold by the gram

Price: $0.03
Aloe Vera Gel, ingredients

This soothing Aloe Vera Gel made with the dried extract of Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice is a must-have for any skincare enthusiast or cosmetic formulator.

Sold by the gram, $0.0253/g. Please bring or order a bag.

MAIL OR PICK UP ORDER (pre-packed)
You must (please) order a minimum of 100g and buy a container.
We reserve the right to change your container to a more appropriate size as needed and to credit or invoice you for any difference in your total order cost.

Ingredients: water aqua, glycerine 0.3-1%, carbomer 0.3-1% (gelling agent), triethanolamine 0.3-1% (emulsifier, PH adjuster), phenoxyethanol 0.1-0.3% (preservative), Aloe barbadensis dried extract 0.1%.

Known for its potent humectant and restorative properties, Aloe Vera can deliver intense hydration to the skin while improving the appearance and discomfort associated with skin damage and irritation. Aloe Vera Gel is commonly used to provide relief for minor cuts and scrapes, sunburn, redness, itchiness, and dryness. Its emollient qualities can also soften skin to reduce scars, roughness, or flakiness. Naturally rich in antioxidants, including Vitamins C, E, A, Aloe Vera is ideal for anti-ageing applications as well.

This Aloe Vera Gel imparts a pleasant cooling sensation to the skin, leaving it smooth and supple without leaving a 'tacky' finish. It can be used on its own or customized to create your own Aloe Vera-inspired products by adding Essential Oils, Fragrance Oils, Botanical Extracts and various other raw materials.

Usage: We recommend the addition of Essential Oils and Fragrances to a maximum of 1-2% of the total volume of our Aloe Vera Gel Cosmetic Base. Exceeding this amount may destabilize bonds between the ingredients. Over time this may cause our bases to lose some of their luxurious properties including viscosity, smooth feel, and rate of absorption.

Photo thanks to Pava, CC BY-SA 3.0 IT , via Wikimedia Commons


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