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Fruit Of The Earth Aloe Vera 100% Gel 24 oz (2 pack)

Contains No Alcohol, Promotes Healing, No Added Color, Dry Or Irritated Skin, 2 Pieces - 24 Ounce (709Ml), For Sunburnt

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What We Like

  • Contains no alcohol or color that makes it ideal foe sensitive skin
  • The Aloe Vera gel is suitable for sunburnt, dry or irritated skin
  • Comes in pack of 2 709ml bottles that makes it cost-effective


  • The pump may be faulty

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We analyzed 47,028 reviews for 47 products in the After Sun Skin Care category.

We then analyzed 697 reviews for this product. None were recent.

Around 81% of reviews were positive and about 15% were negative.

Final Score:

8.72 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Fruit Of The Earth Aloe Vera 100% Gel 24 oz (2 pack)

    It is a true gel, and I used it years ago to soothe the itching of mosquito bites in Alaska, and on sunburn, and was happy to try it again for a bad case of eczema.

    I have been using this brand ofAloe Vera gel for a long time to heal my skin and add light hydration to my curly hair.

    I have used this product for years, post-surf session, workouts, and just putting it on in the morning before work, and it is just plain fabulous! I hope FotE never changes the formula because it would ruin the integrity of the product.

    I received two bottles of Fruit of the Earth lotion at 24oz each, and I plan on using the gel on my hair.

    The 2 x 24 oz bottles are large enough for us to use for a while, and I prefer the fluid natural ones, the colored pharmacy store ones and everything in between.

    Common Questions


    What are the ingredients that are used?


    The page says "Alcohol, Aloe Vera", but on the bottle it says "contains no alcohol".


    Are the bottles of 2 - 24 ounces equal to 48 ounces?


    I got what I asked for, but I was leery because I didn't know what others got.


    Is it possible to use this as a gel for massages?


    Yes. It will become absorbed into the skin quickly so it would work best in combination with an oil like Argon, coconut, or hemp that is light with vitamins you want in them.


    Has anyone tried this brand on their hair or scalp?


    I use this as a gel to control my curly hair, it doesn't make my hair oily or dry out, and it's one of the only things that works on my hair.


    I want to make a hand sanitizer with this and 99 pct alcohol, but why does it have to be added to it?


    It's recommended that you use vitamins E and K to make the 99 percent alcohol less harsh on your skin.

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