Thursday, July 19, 2018

Review Aloe Vera & Rosa Mosqueta Bio-Gel by Cactus Care

Hi dear!
I'm back with a review about a very interesting and versatile product I've almost finished (see below...). I'm talking about the Aloe Vera & Rosa Mosqueta Bio-Gel by Cactus Care, a brand sold in Canary islands in HiperDino supermarkets but also on the internet.
Aloe vera can be used for many purposes.
Here the list I read on the product and my comments:

Anti-wrinkle and indulgent. [I am using this aloe vera gel mixed with almond oil, creating my own facial cream. I noticed that my skin appear hydrated and smooth.]

Capillary Mask. [not tested in this way]

Swollen Legs and Feet. [not tested in this way]

Natural Deodorant. [Not tested exactly in this way, but I applied it on my armpits after shower and skin remains hydrated and soft.]

Aftersun and aftershave. [As an aftersun is perfect and as aftershave too.]

Few remarks: It is a great product but its absorption is quite slow. It can leave skin a little bit sticky after the complete absorption. The good thing: it has no particular perfume.
I paid it about 6-7 €.
My rating: 7/10
I think I will try new aloe vera gels to see if they absorb better than this one.

Here the ingredient list:
aloe barbadensis (aloe vera extract), glycerin, propyleneglycol, cucumis sativus (cucumber extract), methylsilanol mannuronate (read more here), rosa canina fruit oil (rose hips oil), peg-40 hidrogenated castor oil, ethoxydiglycol, carbomer, viola odorata (violet extract), triethanolamine, diimidazolidinyl.

Here some photos:

That's all for today,
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  1. I think it's very interesting that it can be used for that many purposes! :) ♥

    1. Yes, it is versatile and it contains a good quantity of product too.

  2. Interesting review dear! thanks for sharing xx

  3. Uso spesso il gel di aloe vera in questa stagione ma non ne ho mai provato una versione con rosa mosqueta (altro ingrediente che mi piace un sacco), sono curiosa!

    1. Ciao Sara, non è male questa versione con rosa mosqueta. Poi ci aggiungo anche olio di mandorle :D
      Un abbraccio