First thing anyone notices about women is her hair and having good hair makes good impression on her and thus increases her self confidence. Women can be called beautiful if she has long, shinny and thick hair. But these days women face tough challenge to maintain hair because of the environmental issues which we are facing currently like vehicles emissions, dust and lack of quality water, stress factor and time especially for working women which leads to hair problems such as dry hair, frizzy hair, hair fall, dandruff, itchy scalp. There are few natural remedies which work wonders to get rid of our hair concerns, like aloe vera gel. So check out this post on How to Use Aloe Vera Gel for Hair.
Aloe vera when applied cleanses, nourishes and protects your hair from damage. As we observe every beauty products contains aloe vera as one of its key ingredient, whether it is for hair or skin. You can get the aloe vera gel in stores and you can also grow on your terrace garden.
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Aloe Vera Gel as Hair Tonic for Hair Growth
You can prepare your own hair tonic at home. Let me tell you the recipe. You can cut out one/more of the leaf/ves according to your hair length. Slit the top layer lengthwise, you can see the aloe vera gel; carefully peel off the gel using a spoon. Now take coconut oil for about 200 ml into a bowl. Put it on stove at low flame; add for about 4 tbsp of aloe vera gel into the bowl. Be careful while putting the gel into the bowl. Leave it until the gel turns black, such that the entire gel mixes with the oil. After gel turns black off the stove, let it cool down. Now strain the oil, and your tonic is ready. Apply it twice a week. Before application of oil just warm it. My advice to my readers is that apply this tonic when you are at home, evening. Not only this, any oil when applied shampoo the next morning, because when you apply the oil and go out the dust may get stuck into your hair, since you have applied oil. This may lead to dandruff too.
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Aloe Vera Gel as a Conditioner
- People who don’t have aloe vera plant in their home can go for hair tonic… but if you are blessed with this plant please do use it naturally. It makes hair soft and silky adds moisture too. Just now as said above, peel off the gel from the leaf apply it to your hair right from roots till your ends. Now tie your hair in a warm towel. Wait for about 15-20 minutes. Then wash of your hair with a mild shampoo. You feel your hair has reborn.
- Take an empty spray bottle. Add equal amounts of aloe vera gel and water into the bottle. Add essential oil of your wish to it. Shake it well. You can use it as a leave in conditioner. You can use this when styling your hair and even on frizzy hair.
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Aloe Vera for Treating Dandruff
Every single person either men or women now-a-days facing a problem called dandruff. It is caused majorly because of pollution. Aloe vera when combined with lemon juice treats dandruff problem. As said above, peel off the aloe vera gel from leaf for about 2 tbsp into a bowl. Squeeze half lemon slice into this bowl. Mix it thoroughly. Now add olive oil to it. Apply this mixture to your hair. Gently massage over your scalp using your finger tips. Leave this on your hair for 1 hour. Then wash it off with lukewarm water. Do not apply shampoo.
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So girls, here are the ways by which you can apply aloe vera gel to your hair. Hope you liked reading my post today. Don’t forget to share your feedback below 🙂
Thank you Swati. I so needed this article..
my pleasure GKK. thanku
Wooow..I didnt know alovera could be used for hair as well..I am going to try it soon
sure Purva… try out… these tips will work
hair tonic recipe was very useful ?
thanku Juthika… even i had tried out hair tonic on my hair… so i wanted to share with you all
wow those are great tips! will try the conditioner technique 🙂
Ya try out… It will work for sure…