3 DIY ALOE VERA RECIPES FOR MOISTURIZED AND HEALTHY HAIR

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Aloe vera is one of the most familiar of all herbal remedies with a thick and clear gel that is ready to become a quick and easy remedy to treat burns, speed healing,reducing risk of infection.


When aloe found its way in the european medicine people used to apply it externally to heal wound and maintain a healthy skin. But internally herbalists would prescribe it for stomach problema, headaches, insomnia, hemorrhoids, constipation, diabetics problems and more.

Aloe vera is commonly used herbs in the US nowadays.

But what about for hair?
As hair problems and scalp conditions can slow down the process of hair growth, the aloe vera applied to the scalp of the hair to treat these problems in order for your hair to grow healthy.

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Note: I personally prefer to use the gel freshly from the cut leaves because the so called aloe vera juice on the market most of the times contain citric acid, preservatives, juice of other fruits and other chemicals like aloin.

Let’s see some benefits of aloe vera for your hair and your scalp:

•It is a great conditioner

•It leaves your hair soft and shinny

•It promotes hair growth by stimulating dormant hair follicles.

•It has antibacterial properties.

•It reduces dandruff and prevents itchiness of the scalp

•It heals the scalp from minor burns, inflammations and more.

•Aloe vera contains compounds that reduces pain, decreases inflammation and repairs dead skin cells on the scalp.

As matter of fact, a study of 30 people with second degree burns uses an aloe cream containing 0.5 percent of the gel heals the burn faster than sulfadiazine which is a cream people uses a lot as antibacterial cream.

FACTS:
Did you know that Cleopatra, the egyptian legend sed to massage aloe gel into her skin for her daily skin regimen?

Yep, years ago in Egypt people used to consider aloe as the plant of immortality.

So aloe vera is a therapeutics herbs that can give you better, faster and more natural results for almost any kind of internal and extermal conditions you may have.

Investing in an aloe vera plant in your backyard may be a good idea because it is a plant of dry climates that requires little water.

Now let’s move on to the 3 remedies you can do at home to grow your hair faster using aloe vera gel.


●The first remedy is a leave in conditioner:

After you use a filter to take off all the chuncks from the aloe vera gel
Add 1 tbsp of castor oil https://amzn.to/3iTud17
1 tbsp of glycerin https://amzn.to/3iPyB0W
1 tbsp of honey https://amzn.to/3hTbmSk
1 tbsp of rosewater https://amzn.to/3mIGckj
2 capsules of vitamine E https://amzn.to/33T6Dej
And some essential oil of your choice. https://amzn.to/2Epa7wx
As any leave in conditioner you can use this one everyday or every 2 days depends on how dry is your hair.

●The second treatment is an overnight hair Mask very simple:

Take some aloe vera juice https://amzn.to/2HerOQr
Mix it with one onion that you already cut in pieces
Blend it
And use a filter as usual to take off all the chunks.
Apply it from roots to tips and cover with a plastic cap overnight or for a good while.
Both of these ingredients are powerful at growing your hair in no time.

●The last treatment is an hair mask:

How to make it:

Take 1\3 cup of aloe vera gel https://amzn.to/2HiSoYF
Mix it with 1\3 cup of Yogurt
Then add 2 tbsp of coconut oil https://amzn.to/3i2d4RH
And 1 tbsp of honey https://amzn.to/2RW01pX

Leave it for at 30 mns to 45 mns
And rinse with warm water lastly












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Hey, Call me Jova! I am a full time wife, full time mom, a part time blogger. I am passionate about making homemade Hair care, skin care and Food recipes that involve simple and natural ingredients. I post contents on Tuesdays and Thursdays. And I post YouTube videos on Fridays. Follow me on my journey!

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