Pure Aloe Vera Juice
Aloe Vera Gel has been used in skin and beauty products for a long time. Aloe Vera Gel is best known for its moisturizing and healing properties and has many more properties that make it ideal for cosmetic use. For example, the clear and soft Aloe Vera leaf gel can be used to give creams, lotions and moisturisers a smooth texture or thickness. We offer Pure Aloe Vera Juice which is obtained from fresh and high quality Aloe Vera leaves. You can use our aloe vera skin gel over the long term without any concerns as it contains no fillers or chemicals that are not ideal for your skin.
The active ingredients of Pure Aloe Vera Juice are due to the presence of phenolic compounds, polysaccharides, water-soluble vitamins and minerals. These compounds, together with the organic acids, provide soothing and moisturizing properties. Its ability to easily bind to water molecules makes Aloe Vera Gel one of the most important ingredients in cosmetic applications. The complex polysaccharides are responsible for their gel-like consistency and also make it hygroscopic. These molecules form a protective layer around your skin cells and also enhance their healing properties.
Benefits of pure Aloe Vera Juice
- Skin-friendly: Aloe Vera juice is one of the most skin-friendly products you’ll find. It is mild and does not cause irritation or allergies after use. Aloe Vera gel is also safe to use as no artificial ingredients were used in its making.
- Soothing: the soothing and moisturizing properties of organic aloe vera gel make it an ideal ingredient in moisturizers. aloe vera gel not only makes your skin soft and smooth, but also improves brightness to a certain extent. Because of these properties, you can also use Aloe Vera gel after tanning and skin protection creams.
- For hair: Aloe vera juice is also used in hair care products. Aloe Vera gel naturally conditions your hair and is one of the main ingredients in products intended to treat dull, lethargic and dry hair.
- Anti-inflammatory: the anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of natural aloe vera juice make it useful in treating burns, acne, rashes, irritation, etc. Aloe vera juice effectively repairs damaged skin and does not cause any side effects.
- Ideal for cosmetics: you can use aloe vera juice for washes, moisturizers, lotions, aftersun products, hair gels, conditioners and many other skin and hair care applications.
How do you use Pure Aloe Vera Juice?
The recommended use of aloe vera juice can range from 2 to 25% , depending on your product requirements. Also check the pH level of your formulations before adding them as this tends to lower the pH, which in some cases can result in emulsions separating. That is why you can also add ingredients that increase the pH.
|Source of raw materials:||Aloe Vera leaves|
|Production process:||It is made by extracting a gel-like substance from aloe vera leaves, which is then preserved with natural preservatives.|
|Chemical composition:||Water (up to 98%), polysaccharides, cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin, acemannan, etc.|
|IUPAC name:||Aloe Barbadensis Miller extract|
|INCI name:||Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Citric acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate|
|Molecular Weight:||267.279 grams / mol|
|Boiling point:||442.5 ± 45.0 ° C|
|Flash point:||210.2 ± 21.5 ° C|
|Odor:||Faint vegetable-like odor|
|PH level:||3.5 to 4.7|
|Grade standard:||Cosmetic quality|
|Shelf life:||24 months|
|Alternative names:||Aloe Vera solution|