Dr. Organic – Organic Aloe Vera Gel

What do you do when all of the products in your cupboards are cruelty free except the Savalon/ Sudocrem? Well I threw the last of mine out and went back to a simpler more moisturising solution: Aloe Vera gel. This one contains Tea Tree which is a wonderful anti-bacterial oil and Arnica which helps to bring down inflammation and redness.

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Info

  • Paraben free
  • No artificial colours, fragrances or harsh preservatives
  • Organic
  • Resposibly resourced ingredients

Uses

  • Moisturises dry skin
  • Antibacterial
  • Stops the itch of mosquito bites
  • Soothes
  • Cools
  • Helps to fade new stretch marks and scars

Result

A rather dozy mosquito must have gotten lost on the way to The Bloke and bit me instead. OMG it was so itchy! I put a small dab of this now very red area I’d been scratching and it cooled and soothed the area immediately. I was impressed! I’m going to be using this after I wax in future and in summer on my poor hot and puffy ankles.

I found this in Holland and Barrett and noticed on the Dr Organic website that they do tooth paste and deodorant also.

 

5 responses to “Dr. Organic – Organic Aloe Vera Gel”

  1. Dr Organic’s office is down the road from my house 🙂 I love aloe vera for calming the redness in my skin. Sorry about the mosquito, my house has been taken over by insects recently.

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    1. I’d not heard of them before even though they seem to be a fairly big company. I’ll have to try it on my face first thing in the morning when my T-zone is all blotchy, good idea. Hopefully the weather will get colder & drier :0)

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  2. Bloody mosquitos! I’ve never tried any Dr. Organic products, didn’t realise they were stocked in Holland and Barrett, I’ll have to take a look.

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    1. I prefer trying new brands which are available from shops so I don’t have to pay the postage. Then I can order all my faves online afterward. H&B have really branched out with lots of cruelty free brands.

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