Aromatica 95% Organic Aloe Vera Gel Review
Updated: May 20, 2021
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Aloe gel products are extremely versatile, so I always try to keep a bottle on hand. I’m currently using Aromatica 95% Organic Aloe Vera Gel. It’s available on* YesStyle (use the reward code KBHOBBIT for an extra discount), Jolse, Amazon, eBay, Stylekorean, and Stylevana.
Official instructions from the brand:
Use as a sleeping pack: blend well with AROMATICA Facial Oil and apply evenly on the face before sleep.
Use as shaving cream: apply a proper amount evenly on the shaving area before and after.
Use as essence booster: at the stage between essence and cream, apply a proper amount on the face and massage for a while for better absorption.
Aromatica aloe gel is vegan and EWG verified. It’s 96.5% organic and 99.5% natural, made without parabens, artificial fragrances and colors. In addition to aloe, it contains steam distilled rosemary to help with water balance.
The ways I use this product:
A leave-in hair treatment - apply to damp, clean hair from ear level to ends to help detangle and soften
A much cheaper (and easier to rinse off) gel for my NuFace microcurrent device
After-shave cooling gel for legs
Potentially a soothing after-sun product. I say potentially here, because it’s been years since I’ve had any sunburn (thank you, Korean SPF creams and UPF clothing)
This isn’t my first kbeauty aloe gel, but it is my favorite, mostly due to the packaging. I love the convenient pump dispenser. The product itself is pretty much like any other aloe gel - light, non sticky, and gets the job done. My main use for it is in conjunction with NuFace. I love that there is no scent, as even the best fragrance gets old with time.
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Aromatica 95% Organic Aloe Vera Gel ingredients: Aloe barbadensis leaf extract, Propanediol, Rosmarinus officinalis leaf water, Sodium carbomer, Zanthoxylum piperitum fruit extract, Usnea barbata (lichen) extract, Pulsatilla Koreana Extract, Phenethyl alcohol