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Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe barbadensis

Aloe Vera Gel from Aromatics

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe barbadensis

Description

Our organically crafted aloe vera gel is made by cold pressing the whole leaf of sun-ripened, mature aloe vera plants. We love using our aloe vera gel as a base carrier for blends that are formulated to be skin nourishing and healing. This aloe has a soft, silky texture and not at all sticky once rubbed in.

Our aloe vera gel from the Aloe barbadensis plant is raw and polysaccharide rich. Due to an all-natural production process, this aloe vera gel may contain small pieces of pulp. The aloe vera plants used to make our aloe vera gel are grown without the use of pesticides or chemicals. This aloe is 99.75% pure with .25% natrual preservatives of potassium sorbate, citric acid, and xanthan gum.

Aloe vera gel is skin nourishing and rejuvenating and a perfect choice for helping to soothe burns. We often use aloe vera gel as a carrier for blends formulated to reduce unwanted fungal activity. Due to its gorgeous quality, this aloe vera gel is suitable for both internal and external use. Try using aloe vera gel as a base carrier for your favorite hand sanitizer blend! Keep refrigerated for best results. Latin name: Aloe barbadensis

Properties
Country of Origin USA
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Cold Pressed
Plant Part(s) Leaves
Botanical Family Xanthorrhoeaceae
Applications + Recipes Safety + Shelf Life

The suggested shelf life is 2 years if refrigerated.

Batch History
Batch Number Pressed Date
AVG-101 Summer 2017
AVG-S17 Spring 2017
AVG-W17 January 2017
AVG-FA6 Fall 2016
AVG-SU6 Summer 2016
ALOE-S2016 Spring 2016
ALOE-W2016 Winter 2016

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Description

Our organically crafted aloe vera gel is made by cold pressing the whole leaf of sun-ripened, mature aloe vera plants. We love using our aloe vera gel as a base carrier for blends that are formulated to be skin nourishing and healing. This aloe has a soft, silky texture and not at all sticky once rubbed in.

Our aloe vera gel from the Aloe barbadensis plant is raw and polysaccharide rich. Due to an all-natural production process, this aloe vera gel may contain small pieces of pulp. The aloe vera plants used to make our aloe vera gel are grown without the use of pesticides or chemicals. This aloe is 99.75% pure with .25% natrual preservatives of potassium sorbate, citric acid, and xanthan gum.

Aloe vera gel is skin nourishing and rejuvenating and a perfect choice for helping to soothe burns. We often use aloe vera gel as a carrier for blends formulated to reduce unwanted fungal activity. Due to its gorgeous quality, this aloe vera gel is suitable for both internal and external use. Try using aloe vera gel as a base carrier for your favorite hand sanitizer blend! Keep refrigerated for best results. Latin name: Aloe barbadensis

Properties
Country of Origin USA
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Cold Pressed
Plant Part(s) Leaves
Botanical Family Xanthorrhoeaceae
Applications + Recipes Safety + Shelf Life

The suggested shelf life is 2 years if refrigerated.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
AVG-101 Summer 2017
AVG-S17 Spring 2017
AVG-W17 January 2017
AVG-FA6 Fall 2016
AVG-SU6 Summer 2016
ALOE-S2016 Spring 2016
ALOE-W2016 Winter 2016

Product Q&A
What are the preservatives that are used in this aloe vera?
Under applications and recipes we have the full ingredients list.
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Is aloe vera gel a suitable carrier for essential oils?
The Aloe Vera gel makes a great carrier for essential oils, especially if you want the product/blend to penetrate faster.
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I recently bought the gel and the consistency is quite liquidy. Is it normal? I thought it would be more gel like in consistency.
Our aloe vera gel is a thinner consistency that can actually be sprayed. It isn't like water but thinner than a thick gel.
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My daughter has eczema right under her eyes, is aloe gel safe to apply in this area with the recommended essential oil for eczema?
Yes, Aloe is safe to use around the eye. As the skin is very thin in the eye area, you may want to avoid using essential oils.
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Is this safe to use on the face? or to add on DIY facial wash?
Yes! Aloe vera is very gentle and skin nourishing.
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Would this aloe vera work well with making bar soaps?
The Aloe if used would be part of the water portion in soap making.
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I want to make a hand sanitizer and bug spray but I can't see myself storing the final product in the fridge. Is that necessary?
We keep a small hand sanitizer/bug spray in our purse or backpack for handy use. Just make sure it isn't kept in the hot sun.
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