Aloe Vera Oil - Infused with Jojoba Oil - 100% Natural, Organic
Aloe Arizona Farm 100% Natural Aloe Vera Oil 2 oz (120 ml), used for many skin treatments including, but not limited to hair growth, dandruff, sunburn relief, massage oil, dark spots, wrinkles, stretch marks, and dermatitis. Since both aloe vera and coconut oil are rich in vitamins and minerals, their mix rejuvenates your skin and hair cells. Applying this oil may exert skin-lightening and anti-aging effects.
IMPORTANT: THIS OIL IS RECOMMENDED FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
- 100% NATURAL OIL - Many Aloe Vera Oils on the market contain different artificial ingredients with aloe vera oil. Aloe Arizona Farm's Aloe Vera Oil offers 100% Natural Oil to our customers. It contains no added color, fragrance, or alcohol. Its simply a blend of aloe and 100% Organic Jojoba oil.
- PERFECT SUNBURN OIL – Aloe Vera oil is a perfect remedy for sunburn and acne. It contains antioxidants, Vitamin C, E, B, allantoin, minerals, proteins, polysaccharides, enzymes, amino acids and beta-carotene.
- HAIR/BEARD OIL – Aloe Vera oil is also known as a hair moisturizer, conditioner, split ends, edges regrowth, detangler, and scalp massage.
- Aloe Arizona Farm's 100% Organic & Natural Aloe Vera oil comes in a 2 ounce bottle.
How to Use Aloe Oil
Aloe oil can be applied directly onto your skin or added into your eixsing moisturizers for additional soothing, healing properties.
Aloe oil for soothing burns - Aloe vera is probably most often associated with after-sun products because so many of us use aloe vera gel after being out in the sun to help soothe sunburns. Not only is it soothing, but also can help speed up burn healing. I keep it in my kitchen at all times!
Aloe for eczema and psoriasis - If you struggle with one or both of these conditions try aloe oil for relief. It can help add nutrients to the skin and clear up spots and rashes on your skin over time! Just apply once or twice daily on the areas that are flaring up.
Aloe oil as a facial oil - Aloe oil isn’t just for summer; it can really helpful in the cold winter months when your skin gets really dry, and is especially good for those with oily, acne prone skin.
Aloe for insect bites - Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, aloe oil can help relieve the itch and swelling from bug bites like bees, wasps, mosquitoes, and other bugs.
Aloe for dandruff and hair loss - Add a few drops of aloe oil to your conditioner or use aloe oil as one of the components of your own homemade hair conditioner. I prefer to use it on my own, massage the aloe oil directly into your scalp. Let it stand for a few minutes, hours, or overnight and then rinse.
IMPORTANT: THIS OIL IS FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
TIPS to make the most of your nourishing Aloe Oil
- Use the oil to massage your hands and feet.
- Massage the oil into your scalp. Leave overnight.
- Apply the oil to your lips every night.
- Use the oil during pregnancy to moisturize your skin.
- Use the oil as a make-up remover.
- Apply the oil in your beard twice a day to treat dry skin.
- Massage the oil into dry cuticles to have well-mainicured nails.
DIY Recipes with Aloe infused Jojoba Oil
Relaxing Foot Massage
Combine 2 oz of Aloe Oil, 12 drops of tea tree oil and 12 drops of peppermint oil in a bottle. Shake until well blended. Massge gently into feet and toes.
pH Balanced Shampoo
Whisk together 1 teaspoon of Aloe oil, 2 tablespoons of honey, 1 can of coconut milk and a few drops of your favorite essential oils. Shake well before each use.