Monday, June 10, 2013

InfiniteAloe Skin Care Review

Disclosure - free sample provided.

I have always heard that aloe was good for the skin.  I remember my mom and grandma saying it was good for a sunburn too.  What else can aloe do for your skin?  It has been said to have been used by people like Cleopatra to enhance beauty.  It is said to be a 5,000 year old skincare product.  It has been said that it has healing properties.  Have you used aloe on your skin?  If so, what do you use it for?

I want to introduce you to an aloe based product.  It is called InfiniteAloe.  This is kind of what I would call a product that is very versatile.  It can be used to treat a huge array of skin conditions.  The website shows great success from using it on eczema, dry skin, stretch marks and more.  This can be used on your face and body.  I have used it on my face to moisturize, but I've also used it on my dry feet, elbows and knees.  It is a nice moisturizing product that leaves my skin very soft.  I like that it is moisturizing, but not oily.  I can't wait to continue to use InfiniteAloe over a longer period of time too.

InfiniteAloe also proudly includes the ingredients they use on their website.  You can tell that they are very proud of what they put in their products.  Their products are made in the US and are cruelty free.  

Do you have a skin condition that you think InfiniteAloe could help with?  You can visit their website to learn more or order your very own.  InfiniteAloe also offers a men's line too.  This would make a really nice Father's Day gift.  You can connect with InfiniteAloe on Facebook and Twitter too.

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.  

1 comment:

  1. What a nice review. You reminded me that my Dad DOES use InfiniteAloe on his face and hands, and it's a nice idea for Father's Day, as one large jar lasts him for months.

    I also noticed my face is hungry for it, as it soaks in instantly. (An 8oz jar doesn't last me quite as long as it lasts my Dad!)