Aloe Vera For Hair Home Remedies - How To Use Aloe Vera For Hair Growth

Hair Gel – tame unruly hair with this simple homemade gel (which doubles up as a soothing aftershave balm!). It requires just three ingredients: Aloe Vera pulp, almond oil, and olive oil.

 Aloe Shampoo – with so many benefits for hair health, whipping up this fantastic shampoo is a must! With distilled water, dried herbs, liquid castile soap, Aloe Vera gel, jojoba oil, and essential oils.
Conditioner for Dry Hair – lemon, Aloe Vera, and essential oils make for an easy yet effective DIY conditioner recipe.
 Anti-Frizz Hair Spray – this simple spray is a natural detangler, stops frizz, and adds shine. Even better, it contains all natural ingredients and costs just 39 cents to make!

Reasons To Rub Aloe Vera Gel Into Your Hair & Scalp

1. Promote Healthy Hair GrowthAloe Vera may help activate new hair growth by increasing the blood circulation to the scalp, and delivering several important vitamins and minerals. It contains proteolytic enzymes which repair dead skin cells on the scalp.

According to Diane Gage, author of Aloe Vera: Nature’s Soothing Healer, the main protein in hair (keratin) has a chemical makeup similar to that of Aloe Vera, which means this healing gel rejuvenates hair while giving it more elasticity. By improving elasticity, you will prevent breakage of the delicate hair strands, which is key when trying to grow out your locks.
2. Prevent Dandruff
Dandruff has a number of causes, including dry skin, fungal infections, and irritated, oily skin. Aloe Vera helps with all these conditions.

Its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties fight fungus, while the gel also hydrates and balances oiliness.
3. Nourish and Condition the Hair and Scalp
Just as it moisturizes the skin, Aloe Vera softens and conditions the hair. Regular use helps restore shine and vitality.

Unlike conventional, chemical-based moisturizing hair products, Aloe Vera doesn’t leave behind a nasty residue and greasy build-up.

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