Aloe Vera Gelle (thick)
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code: 61056


Latin Binomial: Aloe barbadensis
Plant Part: Leaves
Extraction: Cold Pressed
Growing Practice: Organic
Country of Origin: USA

Aloe Vera Gelle (also known as Aloe Vera Gel or Aloe Vera Jelly) is a super thick aloe based gel perfect for making all kinds of products or for use as a carrier for essential oil application. Alcohol Free!

If you are looking for a thinner product try our Aloe Vera Gel (61019)

CAS No: 8001-97-6

Aloe Vera Gelle (thick) Ingredients

Ingredients: Organic Aloe Leaf Juice (Aloe Barbadensis), Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana), Kosher Vegetable Glycerine, Carbomer, TEA (Triethanolamine)*, Methyl Propyl paraben*.

*See Safety tab for more information.

Can be used as a carrier for essential oils or other ingredients to hold them in place for skin or other cosmetic applications.
Refrigerate after opening. For external use only.

The Cosmetics Ingredient Review in 2007 completed and approved Aloe barbadensis for safety. However, it stated that additional studies needed are 28-day dermal toxicity studies on Aloe Andongensis Extract, Aloe Andongensis Leaf Juice, Aloe Arborescens Leaf Extract, Aloe Arborescens Leaf Juice, Aloe Ferox Leaf Extract, Aloe Ferox Leaf Juice, and Aloe Ferox Leaf Juice (ingredients should be tested at current use concentrations). In Aloe-derived ingredients used in cosmetics, regardless of species, anthraquinone levels should not exceed 50 ppm. The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel advised the industry that the total polychlorobiphenyl (PCB)/pesticide contamination of any plant-derived cosmetic ingredient should be limited to not more than 40 ppm, with not more than 10 ppm for any specific residue and that limits were appropriate for the following impurities: arsenic (3 mg/kg maximum), heavy metals (20 mg/kg maximum), and lead (5 mg/kg maximum).

*Two trace ingredients in this product have been identified as potentially harmful in cosmetics use. TEA (Triethanolamine) is used to balance pH, but has been known to cause allergic reactions, irritate the eyes, and can cause skin dryout. Methyl propyl paraben has been linked to breast cancer. The FDA has claimed that they are harmless in very low concentrations.

The information provided on these pages is not a substitute for necessary medical care, nor intended as medical advice. Always keep carriers and bases tightly closed and in a cool, dark place, out of reach of children. If redness or irritation occurs when applied to the skin, stop using immediately and contact your health provider if necessary.