- Aloe vera juice is a natural moisturiser derived from the gel found in aloe vera leaves
- Can be mixed with powders to create hair and face masks
- Can be applied directly to skin as a moisturiser, or added to a moisturiser
- Use alone as a moisturising spray
- Mix with powders to create face and hair masks with extra moisturising properties
- Can be drying to certain hair types
Did you know? Aloe vera gel is useful for soothing skin irritations, such as insect bites, rashes and sunburn.
Ingredients / Materials
100% pure aloe vera
6 out of 7 people would recommend this product02/11/2018, By LeoniI love mixing this with hibiscus tea to use as a hair spritz. It leaves my hair hydrated and moisturised for days04/10/2018, By ArlineDont know why i purchased it at first- but mask my hair when its really dirty and sleep with it- when i wash hair looks great- i dont know what the science is, but good enough product07/07/2018, By SaadGreat to use with the Kaolin clay powder for making facial masks. Hydrates the skin well. Just make sure you do a test patch first before using it all over your face.17/02/2018, By RipfumeloAmazing product! Saw visible improvement with my hair in terms of thickens!! Also great for the skin!!07/02/2018, By ViolaI usually use fresh aloe its not easy to use so I decided to the chic chick aloe juice. I got an instant rash all over my face and defanatly won't be using it again. Very bad product did not feel natural at all... One for the bin...17/01/2018, By Germainemy hair sucks its up and sets so well as a result...
I leave it in for the evening and wash it out the next morning
01/08/2017, By MaxineMy hair is very dry and this definitely adds moisture and managability.
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