Isntree – Aloe Soothing Gel Moist is an Aloe product that contains 80% Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, not to be confused with its sister product, the Fresh type with 50% by comparison! Aloe vera has long held a reputation for soothing and moisturizing properties; these hold true with Isntree’s Aloe Soothing Gel Moist, focusing on hypo-allergenic care that soothes and provides hydration to the skin. Not only aloe, however, you can find other quality ingredients like numerous botantical extracts (centella asiatica, camellia sinensis, etc.) as well as betaine, sodium hyaluronate, and more, ensuring that your skin is not only supplied with water, but also other ingredients to fully utilize and support that hydration! Both types of Aloe Soothing Gels have been formulated entirely and only with EWG Green-rated ingredients, providing yet another layer of safety and reliability to this product.
The moist variation is ideal for neutral and dry skin. For those with oily and/or complex skin types, you might want to check out Isntree – Aloe Soothing Gel Fresh!
This product comes in a translucent light-green squeezable plastic tube with a green cap.
Color and Consistency
The color of this product is transparent without a noticable color, and has the consistency of a highly viscous gel. It stays in place if you just squeeze out an amount on your hand, even if its held upside down, but applies very easily otherwise.
When to Use
We recommend that this gel be used after a toner but before most other products, including an emulsion and/or cream. You may want to apply a serum first before this aloe gel.
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice · Water · Glycerin · Butylene Glycol · 1,2-Hexanediol · Carbomer · Arginine · Dipropylene Glycol · Hydroxyacetophenone · Betaine · Trehalose · Allantoin · Caprylyl Glycol · Panthenol · Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract · Soy Isoflavones · Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract · Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract · Centella Asiatica Extract · Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract · Sodium Hyaluronate · Polyglutamic Acid · Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate