Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel Review

Hi friends! I am back with another post – Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel Review. One would probably run out of ways on how to use this miraculous plant called Aloe vera (Ghritkumari and at times, only kumaari in Hindi) but this plant will never cease to amaze you with its virtues. Its application albeit a regular one, on ones skin gets one supple, radiant, beaming and clear skin. Its application on ones scalp nourishes it and stimulates hair growth. When taken internally of course, in a limited dosage, it resuscitates ones health.

Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel Review

A lot many of us may not have access to an Aloe vera plant in their vicinity owing to space and time constraints ergo, compelling us to opt for the Aloe vera gels that come in tubs and tubes. I didn’t know how to extract the juice/gel of an Aloe vera plant which is why I bought Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel. Today, I will review it and let you know how it fared on my parameters of evaluation. Read below my Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel Review and find out if this pre-packaged alternative is anywhere close to the raw natural one that ideally should be relied upon 🙂

Price of Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel : Rs.55/- for 100 g

Directions for use : Apply the gel after cleansing your face and massage the gel softly into your skin. Ideal to be used every day.

Ingredients : Not mentioned.

Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel pack

Shelf life : 2 Years

Color : green

Smell : Quite artificial even though its pleasant.

Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel cap

What Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel claims


Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel swatch

My experience with Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel

Packed in a rotund plastic tub with a plastic cap on top that come in a cardboard box, the double-layer packaging of Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel works well for me to an extent. While some may find it eye-pleasing yet the drawback of coming in a tub clouds my mind during perusal. It is undoubtedly sturdy, travel-friendly and leakage-free but every time one has to use it, s/he needs to dip their fingers in the tub and to avert spoilage/contamination of any kind, one has to ensure squeaky clean hands. On the whole it is slightly underwhelming for me in terms of packaging.

Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel has a gel-like texture. It is not thick or glutinous so, application is a cakewalk. It also gets absorbed in the skin within 5-6 minutes. However, I have not found anything praiseworthy about it. Why? Because I have used raw aloe vera juice (extracted by someone else) and used it religiously on my skin and hair for a fortnight and I could see visible results but thats not the case with this product. The only use to which I can judiciously put it to is to slather a pea-sized amount of it on my eyebrows and the area contingent to it for I can’t tolerate alcohol-laden toners once my eyebrows are threaded.

Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel?is undoubtedly budget-friendly but mistaking it for real/raw/freshly extracted Aloe vera gel would be nave. It, just like all the other Aloe vera gels in the market. There’s nothing praiseworthy about it. If you are fine with putting that on your skin, go ahead. If not, buy a real Aloe vera plant. That’ll serve all your beauty needs for long.

Also read

Green Leaf Pure Aloe Vera Skin Gel Review

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Good about Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel

  • Budget-friendly

Bad about Naturence Herbals Aloe Vera Gel

  • Nothing particularly praiseworthy about it. It just sits on your skin.
  • Artificial fragrance
  • Deliberately contrived colour. Real Aloe vera is colorless and Not green.
  • Tub packaging

Availability : Easy

Fashion and Beauty Rating : 0/5

About Nidhal Sinha

She is a true-blue Delhi-ite by nature. In spite of having lived in this city which is called "The melting pot" of different cultures, religions, cuisines, and colors, She believe there's always something to be discovered in this city which happens to be a heady cocktail of new and vintage. While she is no fanatic when it comes to skin and hair care, holistic living is more her mantra. Minimalism, she believe has an inexplicable charm and magnetism. By the virtue of having an 'over-the-top' imagination, She love contemplating possibly the most impossible scenarios in her mind. Perhaps, when they say "An idle brain is devil's workshop", they were pinpointing me! When it comes to preening one's appearance, She rely and advocate herbal remedies over quick-fix solutions because that's what She think keeps one BEAUTIFUL HAMESHA :)


  1. I love aloevera gels. I have one from Patanjali and I use it almost everyday.

    • I too, am a diehard Aloe user GKK but my concern is why are they fooling us by calling a simple green-coloured gel “Aloe vera gel” when we clearly know that real Aloe vera gel doesn’t stay fresh for even one complete day?
      Moreover, if they’ve added preservatives to it, why not furnish it on the product’s pack? Isn’t this very evasive and irresponsible on their part? So, that’s why I panned it 🙂

  2. This is same like patanjali. They both look same and very far from natural aloe. Great review!

    • Ankita, we are in the same boat. I can’t fathom how can a gel-like substance which an uncanny green hue be Aloe vera gel when real alie vera doesn’t even have a colour of itself? I’m even wary of Patanjali’s aloe vera whose ingredients’ list itself mentions the use of some chemical preservatives. Now no matter how much anyone says that they have been formulated for skin care and it’s benefitting them, I can’t turn a blind eye to the fact that it isn’t aloe vera gel in the first place. It’s JUST a gel. Nothing more. Don’t fool people by terming it “Aloe vera gel”. Phew! I ranted like maniac:P

  3. awwww…i have used such nice aloe vera gels…that i was shocked to see 0 rating…such a dud product

    • Pallavi, that is the case with all the Aloe vera gels in the market. I talked to a dermatologist and she told me that real Aloe vera cannot stay fresh after 30 minutes so, what we see in the market as Aloe Vera gel is nowhere close to Aloe vera. it is simply put- A green coloured gel that has chemicals which work to lighten one’s complexion temporarily thereby lulling us into complacency!

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