Aloe Pura Aloe Vera Gel with Tea Tree
Aloe Vera Gel - Tea Tree

Aloe Vera Gel - Tea Tree

Pure Aloe Vera Gel with the addition of essential oil of Tea Tree, which potentiates the effect moisturizing, softening, soothing and purifying. Especially suitable for skin and acne as well and to recover the perfect health of the scalp.

Paquet: 1 boîte de 200 grammes

Code: OPT22
Évaluation: 4 *
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Aloe Vera Gel - Tea Tree is produced using pure organic aloe vera inner gel, capturing the maximum nutritional activity of the aloe vera barbadensis plant with organic tea tree oil. It cleanses, softens and helps restore dry and damaged skin, with the added benefit of the antiseptic properties from organic tea tree oil.

It is ideal as a daily moisturiser, suitable to use on stretch marks, scars, dry and chapped skin. It also soothes sunburn, skin irritations and minor burns. This non greasy gel is easily absorbed into the skin. It is free from perfumes, colours, additives, SLS and parabens. Available in 200ml.

  • Antiseptic
  • 99.9 Percent bio active aloe vera
  • An intensive skin care
  • Made with purest organic aloe vera and organic tea tree oil
  • Helps restore dry and damaged skin

Mode d'emploi

Apply liberally all over the skin and hair until completely absorbed.

WARNINGS: Avoid contact with eyes. External use only. Keep out of the reach of children.
All products in the line Aloe Pura does not contain perfumes and dyes.

Ingrédients

Aloe Vera gel 100%, Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca).

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