INGREDIENT GLOSSARY

Aloe Vera Distillate

*Also Called: Aloe Barbadensis Distillate

Cosmetic / Ingestion Purposes:

Skin Conditioning

Ingredient Analysis

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ORGANIC

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Aloe Vera Distillate

What does it do? What is it used for? Read further to learn how KOLAS Hemp uses this ingredient to compliment our CBD Hemp products.

in simple terms,

Aloe Vera Distillate strengthens the immune system by enhancing nutrient absorption

Aloe Vera Distillate

How safe is 

Aloe Vera Distillate

Aloe Vera Distillate is rated a 1 of 10. This ingredient is considered low hazard and SAFE! KOLAS Hemp only uses All-Natural ingredients in the formulation of our CBD Hemp products.

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Let's dive a little deeper...

Aloe barbadensis leaf distillate is derived from the leaves of the aloe vera plant. Elements of aloe vera leaf comprise minerals, polyphenols, and vitamins.


This commonly used plant distillate delivers antioxidant qualities to protect skin from environmental damage. Studies show it provides palliative properties and functions as a humectant (a hydrating mechanism).


Although aloe is undoubtedly restorative for skin, its advantages are sometimes exaggerated in cosmetics. For example, some skincare products promote aloe as an anti-aging elixir for wrinkles. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have that sort of power. Aloe is still an outstanding addition to your skincare products for its research-supported benefits.


Aloe barbadensis distillate is considered safe for skincare use by the Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel. Usage levels generally vary from 0.1–10% in skincare formulas, where it’s frequently blended with glycol to enhance penetration.

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Aloe Vera Distillate