InfiniteAloe Review

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The InfiniteAloe line of skin care products is, as the name implies, based on aloe vera as an active ingredient. Many of the brand’s products appear to be roughly the same formulation with different fragrances or jar styles. The InfiniteAloe products do not claim to have particular effectiveness on wrinkles, which is good because aloe vera, although soothing, is not actually known for its anti-wrinkle properties.

The InfiniteAloe website is extensive and useful. It provides a full list of ingredients for the products and a link to explain the purpose of each ingredient. There is also a lengthy section for a listing of clinical studies supporting the effectiveness of each ingredient. We like to see skin care companies that believe in their ingredients enough to disclose them and discuss their benefits. Another feature we like to see with skin care companies is a money-back guarantee. This shows that the company believes in the quality of their product and has a customer-focus. InfiniteAloe has a money-back guarantee.

Product Details

The InfiniteAloe moisturizer has a lengthy list of ingredients. Its main active ingredient is aloe vera extract, which may help replace moisture in the skin. Two other ingredients are included that we always look for in high-quality skin care preparations: collagen and hyaluronic acid. Collagen is a natural substance produced by the skin, but as we get older, our body’s ability to produce collagen slows. Replacing collagen in the skin not only improves the skin but stimulates the body’s collagen factory again. Hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water and is a deeply hydrating ingredient.

According to the company, InfiniteAloe is free of parabens. Parabens are cosmetic preservatives that are also known allergens. Many high-quality skin care formulations leave parabens out for this reason. However, InfiniteAloe does contain two ingredients that are known to trigger allergies or sensitivities. EDTA is a chemical stabilizer that can react with sensitive skin. “Fragrance” is a word used by the cosmetic industry to mean many things. Without knowing the source of the fragrance, it is impossible to determine if there is a possibility of triggering an allergy, but in general this term applies to synthetic scents. Those with skin allergies and sensitivities may want to exercise caution until you know how InfiniteAloe will react with your skin.

The Good

  • Contains aloe vera which may help to moisturize the face.
  • Can purchase from manufacturer’s website.

The Bad

  • Contains known allergens.
  • Not labeled non-allergenic.
  • May not contain clinically-proven anti-aging ingredients.
  • No money-back guarantee available.
  • Is primarily a skin soother/ moisturizer, not a wrinkle fighter.

    The Bottom Line

    There are several reasons to be impressed with InfiniteAloe. The level of disclosure and informative detail on the company’s website is almost without equal. There are some ingredients we like to see in a skin care regimen for aging skin, like hyaluronic acid and collagen. InfiniteAloe may do a thorough job of moisturizing the skin. However, if you are seeking a skin care product specifically targeted to wrinkle reduction, it is recommended that you choose a product with clinically-proven ingredients like Matrixyl 3000 or Argiriline.

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    infinite aloe and antiaging

    Evidently you have not seen the anti-aging version Infinite Aloe, their Nano Vera. The anti-aging ingredients are in the Nano Vera not the Infinite Aloe. Their promotion says it is the only organic aloe cream in the world utilizing nano technology. This is what makes the particle size microscopic and small enough to go down into the subterranian skin where the skin produces collagen and where the elastin, muscle fiber and nerve endings need nutrition. I have reduced wrinkles and spider veins with Infinite Aloe, but you're right, it isn't promoted as a wrinkle cream, that's the sphere of Nano Vera.

    By the way, it's not true there is no money back guarantee, it is on their website and they do stand behind it from what I hear. I love the cream though, and it has never been faulty, so I have never had any reason to use the 100% money back guarantee.

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