Aloe Vera skin conditions gel - Magic skin

£25.60 £32.00 saving £6.40
Aloe Vera skin conditions gel - Magic skin

Aloe Vera skin conditions gel - Magic skin

£25.60 £32.00 saving £6.40

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Magic Skin is an Aloe Vera based skin conditions gel, 98.7% from natural origin. Based on the healing properties of Myrrh, a topical local application will soothe your skin blemishes and skin conditions such as acne to reveal a reborn, transformed skin.

35 mL


After application on the skin condition, there is an immediate soothing and cooling effect caused by the aloe vera properties. With regular application locally, the skin becomes clean, healthy and has a regenerated aspect. studies show beneficial effects on wounds of considerable depth (2 cm)*.

Among our well being ingredients

Cherished since time immemorial for its power to heal severe wounds, Myrrh oil has strong anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antifungal properties, which make it an ideal ingredient to remedy to skin rashes. Also an active healer, the Helichrysum essential oil is one of the most powerful natural anti-bruises ingredient, with a proven efficiency in the treatment of old scars and other skin problems. One of the fastest acting aromatherapy oils, the Rock Rose oil has antiseptic, astringent properties which qualifies it as one of the best oils used as an acne treatment and other skin disorders.

Rituals of application

Step 1: For acne, bruises, face spots, skin rashes or any other skin blemishes, apply this gel where the imperfection arises. Massage it gently until you feel it has penetrated your skin.

Step 2: After application, relax in a shaded environment and simply enjoy the healing power of the essential oils brought to you in this gel and enjoy their cooling effect. Avoid exposing to the sun the part of the skin where the gel was applied for 3 or 4 hours.

(*) Studies and tests on ingredients effectuated on mixtures of essential oils comprised of Honey, Lavender EO, Helichrysum, Cistus and Myrrh, Mayer F. (2012), University of Lorraine