Aloe Vera Anti-Ageing Night Cream

by Curaloe


  • A creamy moisturiser
  • Fights the signs of ageing
  • Suitable for dry ageing skin


A creamy moisturiser created to fight the signs of ageing. A high content of Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic acid ensures that the skin becomes more plump and soft. Reduces the visible signs of ageing. Suitable for dry ageing skin.
  • Aloe Vera hydrates the skin and improves collagen and elastin production
  • Improves plumpness and the skin's natural acid barrier
  • Improves skin tonicity and ability to handle environmental aggression
  • Aloe Vera improves the immune system of the body and the skin
  • It reduces inflammation in the skin and its cells
  • Aloe Vera fights bacterial and viral infections
  • Aloe Vera is great for all skin types including Acne prone skin and sensitive skin
  • Aloe Vera is effective in the treatment of eczema, psoriasis and extreme flakiness


Aloe Vera, Sericin, Shea butter, Avocado butter, Jojoba oil.


External use only. Store away from sunlight.


Use in the morning after cleansing and toning.

Dietary Summary

  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • No Artificial Colours
  • South African Made
  • Preservative Free
  • No Artificial Dyes
  • No Artificial Fragrances

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