Aloe Barbadensis Miller or commonly known as Aloe Vera is hypothesized to contain over 100 beneficial nutrients. It is no surprise that health institutions and companies heavily research and produce natural hair products embedded with aloe vera as their main ingredient.
Be very careful while cutting the Aloe Vera leaves as the spikes along the edges of its leaves can hurt you. Make sure you allow the extracted gel to rest for a while before applying to your hair and scalp. It will give you the clearest gel free from all the sediments floating over. Also keep the cut leaves in a separate bowl after using for saving all the precious gel from being wasted. These few tips will make your Aloe Vera hair care experience much more effective and nourishing. You can also blend this gel with different kinds of natural products for making some extremely beneficial hair masks, and these masks will give you even greater benefits for healthy hair growth. Even if you add Aloe Vera to your diet, you can get this natural goodness added to your body as well and will feel nourished in a wholesome manner.
- Relieves scalp itchiness, redness & inflammation
- Retains water and moisturizers
- Alleviates and prevents dandruff
- Adds natural strength and restorers hair volume
- Repairs damaged Hair
- Prevents and reverse balding
- Balances pH
- Promotes Hair Growth
- Anti-Fungal & Anti-Bacterial properties