My Summer Skin Saviour – PHB Ethical Beauty Aloe Vera Hero Gel

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It is HOT!! Temperatures have been soaring, I reckon we are in for a scorching Summer.

My favourite skin saviour and summer staple is Aloe Vera Gel. It is definitely a must-have in skincare, it has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal properties and is incredibly moisturising.

To keep my skin hydrated this summer I’ve been loving PHB Ethical Beauty Aloe Vera Hero Gel 

Quench your skin and hair like never before with our multi-tasking Aloe Vera Hero Gel. This light-weight, easily absorbed organic gel moisturiser will be your new best friend when you need to soothe troublesome skin flare-ups or add a boost to your beauty regime.

Organic Aloe Vera’s high content of proteins, vitamins and minerals work to re-condition your skin & hair, locking in essential nutrients and hydration whilst encouraging healthy cell renewal and supporting the natural healing processes/ All this is delivered in our light-weight organic gel which sinks in easily to leave your skin smooth, fresh & glowing.

Ingredients:

Aqua (Water), Aloe barbadensis** (Organic Aloe Vera), Vegetable glycerin**, Sclerotium Gum*, Biosaccharide Gum-1*, Xanthan gum*, Cococaprylate, Propandiol & Salix alba, Benzyl alcohol.

*Organic, **Certified Organic.

Handmade with love | For all skin types, ages & genders | Suitable for babies & use during pregnancy | Free from essential oils & artificial fragrance. 

Aloe vera gel is a great multi-purpose product. There are so many ways to use it…


– Cooling & Soothing Skin
– Improved Skin Hydration
– Eczema, Psoriasis or Irritation
– Acne & Acne Scarring
– Bruises, Insect Bites & Inflammation
– Nappy Rash – Razor Burn
– Oil-Free Moisturiser
– Makeup Primer
– Soothing Itchy Scalp
– Light-hold Hair Styling
– Natural Curl Definer
– Leave-in Hair Conditioner
– Seal Split Ends
– Add Softness & Body

I’m absolutely loving the packaging of this aloe vera gel.   The wooden cap makes it look super chic.  I love that this gel is free from artificial fragrance and essential oils, great for those with sensitive skin.

For those with oily or acne-prone skin, this is a great oil-free moisturiser. It moisturises and hydrates the skin without clogging your pores.

Thanks to its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties it works wonders at helping me get rid of any breakouts quickly and reduce any inflammation and redness. It accelerates the production of new skin cells and I’ve also found it helps to prevent post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

I keep it handy for my kids to help heal any cuts, bumps, soothe rashes and skin irritations.

As its been extremely hot and humid I like to keep mine in the fridge so it feels wonderfully cooling and refreshing when I slather it on. It is especially soothing after being out in the sun and helps heal any sunburns.

During the summer months I prefer light moisturisers and this is perfect for my skin. It is a lightweight gel and feels slightly tacky but it absorbs quickly without leaving a sticky residue. My skin feels hydrated and plumped afterwards.

It is also a great makeup primer, it helps smooth, even out my skin and absorbs excess oil. My makeup stays fresh and lasts longer.

My hair also loves it. Aloe vera gel is a great natural remedy for dry hair and itchy scalp. I apply to my scalp and leave it overnight. I also like to use it in my DIY conditioner, I mix with some coconut oil and honey.

Overall it’s my must-have this summer. Can’t be without it!

 
 
What are some of your favourite uses for Aloe Vera Gel?

Lola  

LoveLula Accredited Blogger Program Member

 
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