Forest Essentials Pure Aloe Vera Juice: Aloe Vera has been referred to as a miracle herb by Ayurveda as it not only helps heal wounds and cuts; it works wonders for your skin and scalp and has health benefits if consumed too.So for all those times when your grandmother or mom told you to just apply some aloe on your skin when you were breaking out a lot? Chances are that they were absolutely right.
If you listened to them, you probably already know of its miraculous powers, but if you were like me and you didn’t, you should keep reading.This is a review for the Forest Essentials Pure Aloe Vera Juice.
Basic Information about Forest Essentials Pure Aloe Vera Juice
Price: INR 525
How to Use: Use on its own to hydrate the skin or as a mixer with ubtans to nourish and cleanse.
Ingredients: Pure Aloe Vera Juice enriched with Vitamin E, Paraben Free Preservatives.
Allergy warning: Natural Products can be allergic to some people. Test patch on the inner elbow and leave for thirty minutes. Discontinue if irritation occurs.
My Experience with the Forest Essentials Pure Aloe Vera Juice
The reason I got inclined to buy this product was a simple one: My skin is extremely oily, acne prone, and scarred. I have a very rigid skin care routine which helps control acne, but it wasn’t making my skin any better. I have also been wanting to slowly change my skin care routine towards a more natural one, and after doing my research I realized that Aloe Vera is one such ingredient that I must include in my skincare routine.
The best option is obviously to use a real plant, but since that is not easily available to everyone, there are many companies selling the gel or its juice (which is less slimy in texture).
I came across this product from Forest Essentials and was shocked to see that it was only for 525 Rs since most of its products are extremely expensive. I bought it right away and I haven’t regretted it at all.
It is completely natural, has no fragrance, looks like water on your palms. A little goes a long way, and it’s not extremely thick, unlike the gel which is a great thing for me.
I used the juice after toning my face and before applying moisturizer. Just took a small amount on my palms and lightly dabbed it on my cheeks and under eye area. It got absorbed really quickly and left my skin feeling bouncy and hydrated.
From the first use itself, I could see in the next morning that the inflammation in my scars had reduced.
Now, I use this product in almost every skincare regime of mine. I mix it with my homemade rose water and tea tree oil face mist (which is amazing for acne prone skin), I use it to dilute clay masks, I use it as a toner sometimes, as a moisturizer, and most importantly when I come back home after prolonged sun exposure.
Do you know that feeling you get when you’ve been in the sun for too long and your skin starts burning and you look like a red tomato? Applying this juice after washing your face with water will do wonders. It soothes my skin and reduces the inflammation. I do this almost every time after prolonged sun exposure.
I have previously tried a couple of other Aloe Vera gel/juice products, but I feel like this one has been by far the closest to the natural plant. It is gentle on the skin, and it feels like you have nothing on which is the best thing.
Overall Performance of Forest Essentials Pure Aloe Vera Juice
- All natural
- Enriched with Vitamin E
- Watery consistency
- Extremely Hydrating
- Improves Skin Texture
- Have multiple uses
- Paraben free
- Fragrance free
- Some people can be allergic to it
Rating: 5/5 (Only because I am not allergic to it)
Would I repurchase or recommend using this product?
Honestly, it doesn’t matter if you have dry skin, oily skin or sensitive skin, hydration is essential for every skin type and this product will be beneficial for everyone. I will buy a new bottle of this for sure since it has become an irreplaceable part of my skincare routine.
(Just make sure you are not allergic to Aloe since this is a completely natural product and it might aggravate your problem further if you’re allergic. )