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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Review: Desert Harvest Aloe Vera Gelé #DesertHarvest #AloeVeraGele

(product photo courtesy of www.desertharvest.com)

4 fl.oz./125mL $17.00
A couple of months ago I wrote a review about Desert Harvest Aloe Vera capsules. People went nuts for that review (http://bit.ly/2DoPB8N). I also wanted to do the review for their Aloe Vera Gelé but I moved and it took me a while to get settled. This product is made with 80% pure aloe vera concentrate and is a soothing, cold-processed gel formulated to relieve minor skin irritations. It contains all of the anti-inflammatory, pain relieving and healing properties of the aloe vera plant in a very high concentration. Desert Harvest Aloe Vera Gelé contains the most therapeutic levels of aloe vera possible in a 100% Natural topical application and contains doe not contain any parabens, sulfates, GMOs, petroleum, silicones, etc. Can be used for the following: as a soothing topical treatment for vulvodynia (even better when it is refrigerated), on the external urethra when it is irritated by urinary frequency, on sunburns, windburn, kitchen burns, skin rashes, chapped hands, insect bites and under makeup to improve the condition of the skin of the face and neck. 

Use a pea-sized dab and rub it into the skin wherever it is irritated. A good medium for ultrasound. You can keep it in the refrigerator and apply the Gelé cold to minor burns or to relieve swelling and redness anywhere on the body. It  does not have to be refrigerated. Apply as often as desired. 

I have used aloe for years as a treatment for burns and inflammation. It is my number one go to resource for burns. This product works extremely well for irritation, inflammation and burns. It doesn't matter if it is vaginal, on other areas of the body or the face. Aloe is the only ingredient in nature that has the extreme healing powers for extreme burns, irritation or inflammation. It works quickly and efficiently. My daughter has an issue with urethritis and this works well for her. It helps ease the pain. I have tried this on a rash I had on my neck that was bothering me and it cleared it right up. 


Until Next Time~

Marie Papachatzis

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