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Infinite Aloe: Gentle Enough for Everyone

InfiniteAloe uses natural, gentle ingredients which work with a variety of skin types, from very sensitive skin types to extremely dry skin. Many mothers use our products to soothe common problems encountered by babies and children. These include cradle cap, diaper rash, eczema, fever blisters and more.

Because of the many testimonials we have collected from parents and guardians telling us how their child’s rash or sunburn was eased using InfiniteAloe, we wanted to discuss why our skin care products are gentle enough for everyone.

Traditionally Medicinal Plants

If you look at our ingredients list, you will see that we use many, many historically medicinal plants and botanicals in our lotion. Some of these plants have been used for much of recorded history to ease symptoms of eczema and psoriasis, heal rashes, and treat bug bites. These include:

Aloe Barbadensis Miller

Organic aloe vera is the key ingredient in InfiniteAloe Skin Care products. Whether you have grown up with aloe plants in the house or have simply used aloe vera gel to soothe a sunburn, you likely know the power of aloe vera in soothing and healing skin irritations. You’re not alone. Aloe Vera has been used to help create beautiful skin and to soothe everything from rashes to burns for at least 2,000 years.

We use a very specific strain of aloe vera in all of our products called Aloe Barbadensis Miller. This particular type of aloe is filled with over 200 complex organic compounds including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, sugars, fatty acids, salicylic acid.  These all combine to create a natural substance which brings nutrients through many layers of the skin; soothing and moisturizing skin from inside – out.

Apricot Kernel Oil

The oil obtained from everyday apricot seeds is filled with essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. This oil has been used in skin care preparations across the globe for over 1500 years. Not only is this oil a fantastic moisturizer, but it can also help reduce inflammation, has natural antibacterial and antiseptic properties, and it contains antioxidants which protect the skin. Finally, like aloe vera, apricot kernel oil brings its health benefits deep into the skin, penetrating without leaving a greasy film.

Comfrey Leaf

This healing herb has been used in skin salves across Europe, Asia, and the Americas for hundreds of years. Comfrey has been used for bruises, soothe skin ulcers, calm joint inflammation, and more.

Some of the properties of comfrey are allantoin, caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, and rosmarinic acid. These all support the soothing of the skin.


We use Asiatic Ginseng which has been used for over 5,000 years in topical tinctures and in teas to help in calming and stress relief. This particular strain of ginseng is rich in B Vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Not only do these elements help in visible wrinkle reduction and improved complexion, but ginseng's unique structure also allows them to be absorbed into the skin rapidly to provide necessary support for skin conditions like eczema or acne.

Grapeseed Oil

As long as there has been wine, there has been grapeseed oil. This oil is rich in compounds called flavonoids - which contain antioxidant properties. Flavonoids also help to improve blood circulation and inhibit allergic reactions, both of which can calm skin reactions commonly associated with eczema or parched skin.

Green Tea

You have likely read about the wonders of green tea for general health. This delicious drink, applied topically, can also benefit your skin! Green tea works to protect the skin against sun damage using antioxidants. It also reduces inflammation. Both of these factors help to protect sensitive skin and assist in healing when skin conditions like eczema flare up.

Rose Hips

Another antioxidant-filled piece of nature, rose hips, speed the healing process when skin difficulties flare up. They also contain fatty acids and plenty of vitamin C, which makes them a vital part of the InfiniteAloe skin care recipe.


Southwestern Native Americans have used Yucca to treat skin ailments for many hundreds of years. This regional plant has antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammation properties. It also has been used to provide pain relief in cases of arthritis, eczema, psoriasis, insect bites, and more.

When all of these natural herbs and healing plants are combined, they create a lotion gentle enough to use on children and adults at any age or skin sensitivity. Our clients attest to its efficacy, as you can see in this review:

“I am writing to say that I think your product is great. I have used it numerous times, and it has not let me down. It has worked very well for my daughter's cradle cap, bruises, bug bites and it keeps her skin soft without all the build up.”

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