Forever Aloe review
I was given the opportunity to try out some products from a company call Forever, the products are Aloe based and I couldn't wait to try them.
I was lucky to get a good selection to try and here is what I thought of them.
Aloe Jojoba shampoo and condioner
This was probably my favourite, both these products smelt amazing and made my hair smell of the scent for a couple of days. You don't need a lot of product which is always a bonus, especially with conditioner. They left my hair feeling soft and healthy too.
Aloe propolis crème
This was my favourite of the creams / lotions, it had a really thick consistancy and smelt so good. It took a little longer to sink into the skin but once dry left my skin feeling refreshed.
Aloe hand and face soap
I was so impressed with this, its only soap but it left my hands and face feeling smooth and clean and the amount you need is so tiny that the pot would last you forever. You can also use this ain the shower as a body wash too.
This was probably my least favourite lotion, it just wasn't right for me. Don't get me wrong it smelt amazing and sunk into my skin beautifully but it just didn't feel as good as the other two. It is pretty good if you are in a rush though as does sink in beautifully.
Aloe moisturizing lotion
This one again was amazing, quite a thick consistancy. Took a little longer than the normal lotion to sink in but that is to be expected. Nobe of the creams / lotions had a greasy feeling which is rare. The moisturizing lotions leaves you skins feel incredibly soft and again smelling amazing.
Forever bright tooth gel
This was the product I was most intrigued about but it wasn't for me. It is flouride free which is the complete opposite to what I am used to as my dentist has me on a high flouride one. It tasted really nice actually but had a slightly gritty texure. My teeth did look really clean after but it just wasn't my cup of tea.
All in all I was impressed, a couple didn't float my boat but they are still really good products. They all smelt amazing and do what they say on the 'tin'. I would highy recommended trying these out.
* Sent to try, my opinions are my own.