Aloe Vera on hair
Aloe Vera on hair is very effective in conditioning the hair for the treatment of dandruff and to promote hair growth and it is not surprising that aloe gel contains water, minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and a lot of phytonutrients . If your hair is very dry and damaged, aloe vera may be of great help to you.
Aloe vera is an indoor plant that has traditionally been used topically to relieve burns on the skin, perhaps its least known hair care properties. Its natural enzymes destroy the dead skin cells and maintain the pH level of balanced scalp and hydrated hair.
For these reasons it is that a great majority of cosmetic products is developed with this plant. But unfortunately they are chemical and it is healthier to opt for the natural avoiding all the chemicals and preservatives present in the processed treatments.
The first thing is to clean the aloe plant, that is, to remove the skin and thorns in order to use it. For some recipes you can apply the gel directly in others you must liquefy it to only extract the juice. Once you have this ready you can start to do your treatments.
Aloe Vera as moisturizing for dry hair:
This aloe vera gel will first apply by mixing ½ cup of aloe vera with ¼ cup of almond or olive oil. Then apply the mixture on the scalp and let it act for 20 to 30 minutes. This method will work as a retainer of the moisture level of the hair.
Nourishing treatment with aloe vera:
Pour the juice of the aloe vera into a nebulizer and spray it on the hair half an hour before washing the hair. Comb the hair so that it is covered homogeneously. You can also mix the aloe pulp with your usual conditioner or shampoo. This in addition to stopping the fall and boosting growth will help you to give it brightness and smoothness.
Aloe vera shampoo:
I assure you that you will not want to use another shampoo other than this one that I am about to show you. You only need 3 and a half ounces of aloe vera (only the glass inside the stem), 1 bar of neutral soap and ¾ liter of water.
The preparation is very simple just grate the soap and throw it in a bottle. Put the aloe in pieces to boil in water for 15 minutes (the pot must be covered). When it cools it is strained and the liquid is added to the bottle with the soap. Stir until fully integrated and let stand until soap is diluted. It cools.