All skin types
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water (99%), Carbomer, Tromethamine, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Parfum
My thoughts on Tonymoly Aloe Chok Chok Soothing Gel
This is my second review of this product. I wrote a review of this about two years ago and it is still a product I absolutely love.
Whenever summer comes I make sure that I have my aloe vera gel at home. I don’t only use it during summer time, but the need during summer is way higher than during winter.
Tonymoly Aloe Chok Chok Soothing Gel comes in a regular green soft plastic tube. The packaging is simple and nice and it is easy to the right amount of product out without getting too much.
How do I Tonymoly Aloe Chok Chok Soothing Gel
As I said before I use aloe vera gel a lot and I use it in so many different ways.
-Insect bites- for me this is the only thing we need. My kids have tried different products for itchy bites but they always end up asking for aloe vera gel.
-Sun burns- We as a family are really outdoorsy people. And sometimes I do forget to reapply sun protection when we are out and about. Aloe is still the best solution for this and I have not found anything else I rather use.
-Dry skin- simply amazing during winter or to add as an extra moisturizer both on my body and my face.
-Hair, whenever I use aloe vera I always drag my fingers through my hair as well.
Tonymoly Aloe Chok Chok Soothing Gel is super lightweight. It penetrates rather quickly and will not leave any sticky feeling on the body if one just let it dry. It is gel like but turns watery when you warm it on your body.
The aloe vera gel is scented and I actually love this scent. I find it super fresh. If you don’t know this typical scent it reminds of cucumber. Normally I prefer my products to be unscented but this it just amazing.
I don’t know if it is unclear, but I love this one. Aloe is simply amazing and I think everyone needs this type of product in their homes.
I give this product 7/7
Where to get it
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