I have both these aloe lotions in my trial pack, and I must admit I am not entirely sure what the difference between them is.
The packaging of the lotion says it contains jojoba and vitamin E, while the moisturising lotion says “with collagen and elastin”. The brochure says they are both formulated with jojoba oil, collagen and elastin; so the only difference seems to be that the aloe lotion contains vitamin E. However scanning through the ingredients list on the moisturising lotion shows that also contains vitamin E. Colour me more confused….
They are both described as maintaining the skin’s natural PH balance while moisturising, and ideal for face, hands and body. The moisturising lotion says it is also good as a primer for make up while the aloe lotion can be used as a toner, conditioner, after sun, post-shave balm and emollient. As they seem to be pretty much the same product I struggle to see why they both exist and why they have such different uses promoted. I’m sure they could both be used for the same things.
They, not surprisingly, have similar textures and fragrances and I’m not sure there’s a need for either in my skincare regime. Neither seem that rich for a body lotion or hand cream to me, and I’d have to apply them more than once during the day. I definitely don’t find them as moisturising (or as nicely fragranced) as the lavender and aloe massage lotion in the Relaxation range. The Propolis creme is definitely better for my “more mature” skin as a face cream too.
I think I may just have to accept that I’m not the target audience for either of these products! I’m pleased to have tried them though and would recommend either (not both!) to those looking for a multi-purpose, easily absorbed lotion.