What is it and who is it? Nature ‘s Essence Aloe Vera Gel is For all those who want to infuse their skin with the goodness of nature. A perfect solution for treating acne and keeping your skin supple and soft.
Rs 115 for 150 gram
How to Apply
Apply the gel after cleansing your face and massage the gel softly into the skin for softening and protecting it against environmental pollutants.
My Experience with Nature ‘S Essence Aloe Vera Gel
Nature’s Aloe Vera gel comes in a cute round transparent plastic tub with a green cap. The Packaging is not very good as every time you have to take the product out you have to use your fingers which is very unhygienic. I would have appreciated if it could come in a tube packaging like Patanjali Aloe Vera gel. Further the smell or the fragrance is very strong which is another bad part about a product claiming it to be natural.
The gel itself is very dark leafy green in color. Though it looks very green in the tub, on the finger, it goes very sheer. Upon applying it to the face, it feels very sticky but after some time it becomes normal. It doesn’t cause any irritation or oiliness on the skin. The texture is thick but doesn’t leave you feeling uncomfortable. The first day I applied the product it felt good on my skin but the next day it caused acne on my face which greatly disappointed me.
The label says it will protect you against sunrays but you should always apply sunscreen rather than trusting its claims. Overall it did not suit me, it might suit other skin type people but for me, it was an absolute disappointment.
- Moisturizes skin well.
- It is budget friendly.
- Can be used for varied purposes.
- Cute packaging.
- Has natural ingredients.
- Doesn’t cause irritation.
- Very strong fragrance.
- Might cause a breakout.
- Every time you have to dip your finger inside to get the product out.
- The discrepancy in key ingredients listed.
Overall Would I Recommend or Repurchase
I would neither repurchase nor recommend this product to anyone. I neither like its strong fragrance nor its formulation. From my side, it is an absolute no.