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5 Unexpected Uses for Aloe this Summer ☀️

The temperature is starting to rise across the globe and that can only mean one thing: it’s time for new beauty solutions to the issues this new season brings about.
Aloe is one of the most cooling items to use, and I’m sure in this post, you’ll have discovered at least one (if not more) new ways to use it this season! Specifically, I used Banana Boat’s Aloe Soothing Gel in all of these.

1. Makeup Remover: Pure oil makeup removers may not be the best route this season. You’ll want something light, cooling, and effective. That’s why mixing a bit of aloe with a lighter oil like coconut oil, and a bit of honey is the perfect solution.
2. Reduce Undereye Puffiness/Dark Rings: With all those late-nighters we pull during the summer season, we’re bound to deal with a few under-eye issues. Luckily, applying a drop or two of aloe gel under the eyes in the morning can help revive you!
3. After-Wax cooling relief: After waxing, skin tends to be a little irritated. It’s important to apply something cooling to reduce the irritation or redness, and aloe gel serves as the perfect solution!
4. Hand Sanitizer: If you are choosing to go out (safely) during this time, it’s important to carry hand sanitizer with you at all times. If you’re having difficulty getting your hands on some, try making one from home with the following ingredients: rubbing alcohol, aloe gel, and an essential oil like tea tree oil.
5. Mosquito/bug bite treatment: I’ve tried so many different creams on my mosquito bites to get rid of the itchiness and reduce the swelling, and the only thing that really seems to work for me is something as gentle as aloe or aloe gel. It’s a no brainer, really!

Hope these were helpful! I’m sure a few of these will come in handy :)
XO,
-MS

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  • Sylvia Foster

    I had no clue it has so many uses, I just thought for sunburn relief. Thanks for sharing and showing, this is very helpful.

  • emma

    I'm definitely going to be using aloe as a makeup remover! Big fan of using coconut oil, so I'm interested to see how the combination works.

  • Flor

    Wow did not know it could be a after wax cooling relief, would try after I shave. This was very helpful and eye opening.

  • Raven Hyllested

    Very helpful! I never knew you could use aloe for dark under eyes!

  • Nancy Shadowens

    Thanks for the tips. I'm going to try the makeup remover one and when the bugg bite season starts back up

  • Stephanie Esparza

    I am going to try it for my eyes since its puffy!

  • Rose Katz

    ⭐️⭐️I would love to try the make up remover. I love when there are natural solutions so that I don't need to use chemicals. The hand sanitizer sounds awesome too. Thank you so much for sharing this information! ⭐️⭐️

  • Joyce

    So interesting! I didn't know there were so many uses for aloe!

  • Emeritha

    The banana boat aloe gel on wet hair is a great detangler.

  • Angela

    Thanks for all the info! I just purchased some of this. I've recently started to develop a sun sensitivity (I'll get itchy bumps and blisters, mostly on my arms if in the sun too long) and this is a huge help! And for bug bites, definitely. I'm for sure trying it out under my eyes as well.

  • Kelsey Mchale

    Yay!!!😊 Super happy with this review! I have an Aloe plant that's about 15 years old, it's humongous, I'm so greatful I've learned new ways to get use of it. Thank you!!!

  • Yuna

    Your review is so helpful!! Thank you for sharing! Followed 🤍🤍

  • Jennifer Henning

    This are amazing tips I never would of thought of. Thank you for sharing these awesome new and useful ideas

  • Michelle Gonzales

    Wow.. GREAT TIPS!! I'm trying!! I new about the hand santizer..

  • Corissa Reviews

    Great tips! Thankfully I knew all these but I'm excited to see more of these types of posts here on PrismPop. Very informative, thank you for sharing💋

  • Kelley Harner

    Thanks for the information. I recently learned a lot about the use of aloe in sanitizer but never heard of helping with mosquitos and in my home town that is something we are constantly battling so I appreciate the tip. Will for sure keep it in mind!

  • Youwona

    I always knew aloe Vera worked wonders. I even tried a aloe Vera diy face mask and it made my face shine. But now that you told me more ways to try aloe Vera I will take this to heart.

  • Ashley

    I never knew this helps mosquitos!!

  • Mariangel Carmona

    Amazing! I've read that aloe vera can also be used as a hair treatment for hydration, as a spot treatment on acne blemishes, and a small amount can be used as a makeup primer..

  • Nancy Padilla

    Wow great tips. I did not know aloe vera could help you for puffiness in the eyes. Definetely I will try. Thanks!

  • Bridget Logut

    Aloe is AMAZING! My grandma ALWAYS had this HUGE Aloe plant & had trimmings of it in the freezer. We used it for literally everything! Aloe is THE BEST THING SINCE SLICED BREAD! 🤣🤩

  • Tracie Nguyen

    I also use Alo Vera as a healing lotion after outdoor activities or sunburn. I heard about Reduce Undereye Puffiness/Dark Rings effect of Alo Vera but not yet try. Hope it will work on me ;) cant wait to try ;)

  • Jennifer Henning

    Great review thanks for all the info

  • Tia

    Cant wait to try!

  • Sheryl Stephan

    Aside from sunburns, I knew aloe was healing, I had no idea it had so many other uses! I always love finding out about all the hacks used for products I have in my cabinets! I am definitely going to try the makeup removal hack! I totally could have used it not too long ago when I ran out of makeup remover!! Thanks so much for the ideas,

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