Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel

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Introducin, Prana Superfoods Fragrance-Free Aloe Vera Gel, a pure and soothing elixir for your skin's well-being. Sourced from premium-quality Aloe Barbadensis Miller plants, our gel is meticulously crafted to provide the ultimate natural skincare experience.

Key Benefits:

  1. Soothing Hydration:

    • Immerse your skin in the goodness of Aloe Vera, known for its hydrating properties. Research suggests that Aloe Vera is rich in polysaccharides, which enhance skin hydration and promote a healthy moisture balance 1.
  2. Calming Relief for Irritation:

    • Experience relief from skin irritations and redness. Aloe Vera is renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties, making it an excellent choice for soothing sensitive skin 2.
  3. Gentle Healing:

    • Accelerate the natural healing process of your skin. Studies indicate that Aloe Vera contains compounds like auxins and gibberellins, promoting wound healing and reducing the appearance of scars 3.
  4. Non-Greasy Nourishment:

    • Enjoy a lightweight formula that absorbs quickly without leaving a greasy residue. Our fragrance-free Aloe Vera Gel delivers the nourishment your skin craves without any heavy feel.
  5. Versatile Skincare Ally:

    • From face to body, our Aloe Vera Gel is your versatile skincare companion. It's suitable for all skin types and can be incorporated into various beauty routines.

Ways to Use:

  1. Daily Moisturizer:

    • Apply a thin layer of Aloe Vera Gel on cleansed skin as a daily moisturizer. Research suggests that Aloe Vera enhances the skin's natural protective barrier, keeping it moisturized and supple 4.
  2. After Sun Care:

    • Soothe sun-exposed skin by applying the gel after a day outdoors. Aloe Vera is known for its cooling effect, providing relief from sunburns and helping to prevent peeling 5.
  3. Makeup Primer:

    • Create a smooth canvas for makeup by using our Aloe Vera Gel as a primer. Its lightweight texture allows for seamless makeup application while keeping your skin hydrated.
  4. Post-Hair Removal:

    • After shaving or waxing, gently apply the gel to calm and moisturize the skin. Aloe Vera's anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce redness and irritation 6.
  5. Hair Treatment:

    • Pamper your hair and scalp by massaging Aloe Vera Gel onto your scalp before shampooing. Studies suggest that Aloe Vera may promote a healthy scalp and contribute to hair strength 7.

Indulge in the natural luxury of Prana Superfoods' Fragrance-Free Aloe Vera Gel, your go-to solution for a healthier, happier skin. Experience the pure essence of Aloe Vera without any added fragrances – because your skin deserves the best.


NET WT : 300G




  1. Surjushe, A., Vasani, R., & Saple, D. G. (2008). Aloe vera: a short review. Indian Journal of Dermatology, 53(4), 163–166.

  2. Reynolds, T., & Dweck, A. C. (1999). Aloe vera leaf gel: a review update. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 68(1–3), 3–37.

  3. Davis, R. H., Donato, J. J., Hartman, G. M., & Haas, R. C. (1994). Anti-inflammatory and wound healing activity of a growth substance in Aloe vera. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 84(2), 77–81.

  4. Dal'Belo, S. E., Gaspar, L. R., & Maia Campos, P. M. (2006). Moisturizing effect of cosmetic formulations containing Aloe vera extract in different concentrations assessed by skin bioengineering techniques. Skin Research and Technology, 12(4), 241–246.

  5. Paul, R., Prasad, M. R., & Sah, N. K. (2003). Anticarcinogenic effect of an extract from Aloe vera leaf skin on mouse epidermal cells. Pharmaceutical Biology, 41(4), 269–274.

  6. Visuthikosol, V., Chowchuen, B., Sukwanarat, Y., Sriurairatana, S., & Boonpucknavig, V. (1995). Effect of Aloe vera gel to healing of burn wound a clinical and histologic study. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand, 78(8), 403–409.

  7. Surjushe, A., Vasani, R., & Saple, D. G. (2008). Aloe vera: a short review. Indian Journal of Dermatology, 53(4), 163–166