My love for Innisfree isn’t going to die anytime soon. I love this brand so much. This time, I picked an aloe vera gel, plus some more products from them 😉
Contains 93% extract of Jeju organic aloe flesh. Aloe gel-like flesh inside the leaves contains more amino acid and moisture than its leaves and any other parts of aloe, which helps soothes the skin damaged from UV rays and heat while providing intensive moisture to the skin. Free of colorant, mineral oil, artificial fragrances, animal ingredients and imidazolidinyl urea.
INR 550 for 300 ml.
How To Use:
Apply an appropriate amount to dry areas that need soothing, including hair, face, arms, and legs, and spread evenly for penetration as often as needed.
My Experience with Innisfree Aloe Revital Soothing Gel:
This tube isn’t as compact as it looks in the images. This is a 300 ml tube and every important information about the product is printed on the packaging. The tube is green and has aloe vera leaves printed on it. The tube is sturdy and I won’t mind travelling with it. The cap is strong enough and dispenses the right amount of the product. I do not have any complaints with the packaging but some people might not like to travel with it. The brand should offer a smaller tube of this one.
I agree store-bought aloe vera gels cannot replace the 100% natural ones but this is so easy and convenient to use. This product contains 93% aloe flesh and I am happy with it. This aloe vera gel isn’t as slimy and sticky as the 100% natural one. Also, 100% gel leaves my skin looking greenish but this gel is transparent and does not add any color to the skin.
Aloe vera gel is a must-have in everyone’s skin care kit. I love to apply aloe vera gels after waxing, shaving and after sun exposure. This one is very soothing and gentle on the skin. It calms the skin and leaves a cooling effect. It can also be used on hair but I use it just on my skin. Aloe vera does not really do anything for my hair. Also, since Innisfree uses “good ingredients,” this gel is free of colorant, mineral oil, artificial fragrances, animal ingredients and imidazolidinyl urea.
The gel, as I mentioned earlier, isn’t slimy or sticky like the “all-natural” ones, which make it very easy to use. The gel spreads easily on the skin and gets absorbed in some time. It can easily heal the skin and can be your perfect partner for beach vacations. Just apply it after a day out in the sun to heal and repair your skin.
Overall, I feel this is a must-have skin care product, and even a hair care product for some people. It is amazing for all skin types and offers many beauty benefits. You can skip this one if you like to use homemade aloe vera gel or use cheaper alternatives like the Patanjali one. I am not a great fan of Patanjali aloe vera gel as it dries out my skin for some reason. This is a good value for money product, and you all have at least one tube of aloe vera gel handy; you can choose any brand you like, but make sure it contains a minimum 90% of aloe vera flesh.
Pros of Innisfree Aloe Revital Soothing Gel:
- Packaging – easy to use and travel friendly.
- Contains 93% extract of Jeju organic aloe flesh.
- Soothing and gentle on skin.
- Can be used on skin as well as hair, as desired.
- Free of colorant, mineral oil, artificial fragrances, animal ingredients and imidazolidinyl urea.
- Perfect partner for beach vacations.
- Heals the skin.
- Good value for money product.
- A must-have for all skin types.
- Very convenient.
Cons of Innisfree Aloe Revital Soothing Gel:
- Packaging might be bulky for some.
- Aloe vera gel can be made at home too.
- No smaller packaging available.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Innisfree Aloe Revital Soothing Gel?
Yes, I love this one. It has already become a staple. I would recommend this if aloe vera gel is a necessity in your life too, do give this one a try.
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