Product Review: Radha Beauty Cold Pressed Aloe Vera Gel, 8oz

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Product Review: Radha Beauty Cold Pressed Aloe Vera Gel, 8oz

Full product title from Amazon:

Aloe Vera Gel for Face, Body & Hair – 100% Pure & Natural, Certified Organic and Cold Pressed – Great for Sunburns, dry and damaged skin, Acne & razor bumps 8 oz from Radha Beauty

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This is not the first time that I’ve used an aloe gel as a facial moisturizer, but it’s definitely the first time I’ve used something of this quality. I can tell this is pretty high end gel because in the past aloe gel has left a sticky feeling on my face, but this doesn’t leave my face feeling anything more than natural. Score 1 for Radha Beauty.

I like the pump they included with the bottle. It came as a separate piece which was great because sometimes pumps can leak in the mail. The pump gives you enough to cover your face and hasn’t clogged up in the few days that I’ve used it so far. Score 2 for Radha Beauty.

After using this product for even a few days I feel like my face is feeling softer and more hydrated. Score 3 for Radha Beauty.

I turn 40 this year and basically for the last 6 years I’ve become more and more sensitive to things that I use for my skincare routine. As I gather more and more allergies to things, I’m relieved to find that this product has given me no reaction which means that there is no fragrance or extras added to it. Score 4 for Radha Beauty.

Initially when I apply it to my face and neck it smells like medicine. I personally am used to having my aloe smell a certain way, but it’s probably not as great quality as the Radha aloe. Minus 0.5 for Radha Beauty, only because I’m not used to the smell and really that’s probably not their fault because they didn’t add any fragrance to it.

I personally think the price of this product is high. At $5.00 an ounce, I find myself making sure to use every drop of this so that I don’t waste it. Maybe it’s just me, but that much per ounce seems crazy to me, but I normally am a bargain shopper and a couponer so maybe this is just sticker shock on my part. I’m glad I had the opportunity to buy this for a reduced rate. You can see more about this in my disclosure statement below. Minus 1. for Radha Beauty.

I find myself very conflicted about this product. Score +4 and -1.5. Overall I really like this product, but as a stay at home mom in a one income family, I’d hesitate about purchasing this again due to the price that I’d have to pay for a second bottle. If it were on sale or I had a coupon for a discount, I’d probably purchase it again over another product, but only because the quality of it is so good. If you’re really looking for a great product that works and have the money to spend on your skincare then by all means, buy this product. You won’t be disappointed!

Please note that I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review and that this post contains affiliate links so that if you’d like to purchase the item you can. See my disclosure page for more info. 

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