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iHerb Customer
Feb 19, 2020
I had a common cold and I got dryness around my nose. I decided to apply the product to my nose, but every time I did it, I felt burning in my eyes. Are there any dangerous substances there?
iHerb Customer
Feb 21, 2020
Best Answer
I find that the pure aloe will leave an initial redness to the skin and then go away (at least for me). I never had an issue w/ my eyes though. As far as using as a moisturizer, this is good for oily areas as it has an astringent quality as well. Great for rashes, after shaving and sun burn. For the sore nose area I'd use the Original Eucerin for very dry and sensitive skin (thick texture cream (not lotion) the one in the tub with white top or newer version-red top, just cake it on as a mustache for overnight- works wonders.
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iHerb Customer
Feb 28, 2021
same here, I don't think its an issue. just a slight burning for a moment
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cisono
Jun 21, 2020
Yes, I would avoid the second substance (triethanolamine, or TEA) and also the last one (urea). Triethanolamine (TEA): Uses and Safety Information: Triethanolamine is an organic compound that is comprised of ethylene oxide and AMMONIA. There is strong evidence that TEA is a human skin toxicant or allergen.
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