If you suffer from super dry skin or scalp, Aloe Jelly was designed just for you. Made with the rawest organic cocoa butter and DAG Hemp Aloe Oil, Aloe Jelly makes your skin shine and glow twice as long as your typical moisturizer. The main ingredient, petroleum, isn’t a moisturizer but the water-protective layer it creates can lock in moisture from moisturizing products. This protection make your hair less prone to breakage.
Works Well With:
- Can be used on hands, body, scalp and hair.
- Heals minor skin scrapes and burns.
- Makes perfumes and colognes last longer.
- Helps decrease split ends.
- Removes eye makeup.
- Severe dry lip treatment.
- Everyday lip hydrator (Deh Aloe Gyul’s personal favorite use)
- Apply Aloe Jelly all over your body before going swimming to effectively prevent dryness afterwards.
- Apply Aloe Jelly to cuts or wounds to essentially make them heal faster.
- Apply a tiny amount of Aloe Jelly to help with with dry face. Don’t over do it to prevent clogged pores.
- Aloe Jelly helps with eczema flares and kills the source of it to prevent it from re-flaring.
- Aloe Jelly decreases split ends on hair and adds shine. Apply to the ends of your hair before detangling.
- Skin: Apply a small amount to skin and rub in.
- Hair: Section hair and apply a small amount to palms to moisturize hair. Apply once per week for best results.
- Scalp: Apply to scalp as a super moisturizer. Apply once per week for best results.
Potential Side Effects
Some people are more sensitive and can develop allergies if they use petroleum-derived products. Always keep an eye out for irritations and reactions when using a new product.
Not allowing your skin to dry AFTER or cleaning the skin properly BEFORE applying Aloe Jelly, it can cause fungal or bacterial infections.
Some people may break out from the active ingredient petroleum. Make sure you clean your skin properly BEFORE you apply the jelly to reduce the risk of breakouts.
- Petroleum Jelly
- DAG Hemp Aloe Oil
- Organic Raw Cocoa Butter
- Green Tea Herbs