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DIY Aloe Vera Beauty Hacks

by Site Author on January 21, 2021
DIY Aloe Vera Beauty Hacks

Many of you know to reach for the aloe vera gel when you’re sunburnt, but if that’s the only reason you use it, then you’re missing out! The benefits from aloe vera are endless, it’s no wonder why it has been called “natures first aid kit”. So, what is aloe vera? Aloe vera is a succulent plant that has gained immense popularity for its beauty, health, skin care and medicinal properties because it’s full of antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins A & C and it’s highly inflammatory.


Did you know our Self-tan oil is 84% aloe vera based? You can find it in many of our TanOrganic products as it’s the ultimate skin hydration that won’t crack or peel, and it fades perfectly!


We’ve found some aloe vera hacks that will have you reaching for the gel every day!

1) Make-up remover: You can squeeze a dollop of pure aloe gel onto a cotton ball and swipe away the day for a simple and cleaner alternative to make-up remover.

2) Eyebrow gel: Dipping a mascara want into aloe vera and brushing it across your brows will help keep things put without it getting sticky.

3) Body Exfoliator: You can stir together ½ cup of aloe gel with ¼ cup of brown sugar for a practically instant DIY body exfoliator.

4) Hair Mask: Massaging aloe vera into your scalp can help you fight hair fall and provide nutrients to your hair and scalp. It can also be used on dry hair to get rid of any frizzy hair instantly. Simply take very little aloe vera gel and apply it to your hair.


Try these aloe vera hacks for yourself and let us know which ones worked best.

You can find aloe vera in the following TanOrganic products: Self-tan Oil, Self-tan Lotion, Self-tan Mousse and our Moisturising Facial Tan Oil.

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