Nano Vera ingredientsGold as a moisturizer

The terms "moisturizer" (something that adds moisture) and "emollient" (something that softens), are sometimes used interchangeably, as they describe different effects of these agents on the skin. However, the term emollient is most often used to describe single ingredients, whereas moisturizer describes finished products.

Emollients are substances that soften and soothe the skin. They are used to correct dryness and scaling of the skin. They are a key component in the manufacture of lipstick, lotions, and other cosmetic products.


A freshly prepared aloe vera can be spoiled within a few hours at room temperature. While inside an intact leaf of the plant aloe vera will remain sterile, aloe vera producers always have a hard time preserving the gel without losing its properties.

There are therefor small amounts of preservatives in InfiniteAloe Gold.

It has been determined to be beneficial to use these preservatives compared to pasteurize the product and loose the potency of all natural ingredients, including the master organic Aloe Barbadensis.

Each ingredient and the volume of it is balanced against other ingredients to compose a highly functional formula called InfiniteAloe Gold®.

InfiniteAloe Gold Ingredients

Ingredient Name




An oil-soluble extract of the Aloe Vera plant (usually the leaves).

Emollient / Demulcent

Purified Water

Water that is in a mineral-free state.

Moisturizer /Solvent


Derived from silica, has a silk-like feel, is water-binding agent and aids in wound healing.

Emollient / Silicone

Glyceryl Stearate

Semi synthetic or synthetic compound derived from glycerin and fatty acids.

Emollient / Moisturizer / Emulsion

PEG-100 Stearate

Synthetic compound.

Emulsifier / Surfactant

Cetearyl Alcohol

A mixture of fatty alcohols consisting mostly of cetyl and stearyl alcohol emulsion stabilizer

Emulsificationemulsion stabilizer

Ceteareth 20

A fatty alcohol that is used as a thickener and emulsifier.

Viscosity adjuster emulsifier


A silicone oil that provides a protective barrier on the skin. Gives a soft feel to the cream and aids in its spreadability.

Skin protection, soft feel, spreadability

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride

Derived from coconut, used as an emollient and thickening agent.

Emollient viscosity adjuster


Fat consisting of glycerol, fatty acids and phosphate.

Supports cell membrane function.

Butylene Glycol

Organic humectant and solubilizer.

Holds water to the skin and increases cream solubility.

Oligo Pentapeptides

Fatty acid mixed with amino acids.

Anti-aging. Stimulates collagen production which aids healing and reduces wrinkles.


Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE)

A naturally-occurring chemical which stabilizes cell membranes

Skin tightening and facial lifting

Alpha Lipoic Acid

An enzyme which is an antioxidant.


Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

May be prepared synthetically or extracted from various plant products.

Antioxidant . Aids wound healing and tissue repair.

Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)

Natural extract or prepared synthetically.

Antioxidant Helps form normal red blood cells, muscle and other tissue. Protects fat in the body's tissue from abnormal breakdown.

Marine Collagen

A major structural protein which provides protection and support to the skin.

Humectant / Helps reduce wrinkles.


Natural occurring substance which helps protect the skin against stress factors from sun, dryness and climate.


Emblica Extract

Provides antioxidant benefits; natural skin whitener from Amla fruit.


Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein

A protein from wheat which is been turned partly into water through hydrolysis.

Moisturizer / Tightens skin.

Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A)

Semi synthetic or synthetic compound.

Known to normalize skin. Helps skin stay soft and plump. Significantly increases skin thickness, and elasticity.


A natural occurring sugar.


Glucose Oxidase

A natural enzyme found in honey.

A natural preservative; When combined with lactoperoxidase an active enzyme complex is formed which helps fight the physiological cause of acne and inflammatory skin.


Enzyme derived from milk.


Aluminum Oxide

A naturally occurring compound.


Trisodium Phosphate

A colorless water-soluble compound.

Cleaning agent.

Citric Acid

Natural extract of citrus fruits.

pH control / chelating agent / exfoliant



A mixture of many synthetic and natural Fragrance chemicals.