Forever Living Products – Natural Portion of Energy For Your Skin
November 20, 2016
Aloe vera was called by ancient Egyptians ‘the plant of immortality’. It has several properties that are effective in treating different skin conditions such as dry skin, acne, sunburns, stretch marks and signs of aging. Forever Living Products uses aloe vera instead of water as basis for its products. These natural cosmetics are suitable for very sensitive skin, for children, babies and even during pregnancy.
If you are looking for a natural cure for tired and dry skin, if you are exposed to AC at the office and your skin is screaming for help, Forever might be the right choice for you.
Hand & Face Soap
The producer assures that you can easily use it for whole body including hair and intimate hygiene. I use it only for my body. It does not leave the feeling of dryness. The soap offers a very mild daily care. I really like the fact that this product is very efficient. I bought my first bottle over half a year ago and I still have some soap inside.
The scrub is a mix of the pulp of aloe vera and jojoba micro-granules. It gently removes the dead skin cells and prepares the skin for moisturizing. I use it also as a mask. I simply leave it for 10 – 15 minutes on my face and rinse it.
Aloe Vera Gelly This light gelly soothes irritations, and works bacteriostatic. I use it as primer or as a serum before applying the face cream. It helps to reduce itching and supports healing process and regeneration of the skin. I also put it on my hair endings as a mask for the night.
Aloe Lotion The key ingredient of this lotion is aloe vera with collagen and elastin, jojoba oil and vitamin E. I apply it for the night when I want my skin to recover after the hard day at work. I also tend to have dry knees and elbows and the lotion reduces the feeling of tightness and makes my skin soft.
A combination of aloe vera and jojoba. I simply love it. It will keep my lips in a good condition during this autumn and winter.
Do you have any experience with Forever Living Products?