I had a friend who has been having trouble with her hair falling out, and she told me that she had seen a noticeable improvement by using aloo vega. My hair isn’t falling out, but I heard it helped with hair growth, so since she had such good luck, I decided to try it.
According to my friend, all I had to do was rub aloe vera into my hair and work it into my scalp so that it fully penetrated my hair follicles. I also had to make sure my ends were fully saturated. Then after letting it sit for an hour, I rinse it off and then clean my hair with a milf shampoo.
Is Aloe Vera Good For Your Hair?
It turns out she was right. My hair looks healthier, softer, and shinier. I now use aloe vera on my hair once to twice a week.
I did a little research, and I found out that aloe vera deep cleans your hair. That’s why I had such good results.
It cleanses the hair shaft and strips off extra sebum oil and other residues that you might have built up for other hair products. What’s nice is aloe vera doesn’t hurt your hair while it cleans it. Unlike the chemicals in hair products, aloe vera is gentle and preserves the integrity of your hair.
Can Aleo Vera Prevent Hair Loss?
Aloe Vera Gel, which nourishes the skin and hair as a moisturizer, promotes hair growth. Similarly, it also reduces the problem of your hair falling out.
Aloe vera gel is rich in proteolytic enzymes that heal and repair damaged cells in the scalp. In this turn, improves the health of hair follicles. While this may help stop your hair from falling out, there is no proof that will regrow lost hair. In fact, I would be weary of any aloe vera based product that makes this claim.
Aloe vera gel has anti-inflammatory properties that soothe the scalp and prevent irritation and aggravation of skin conditions. It’s also rich in antioxidants which promote good hair health.
I know that losing your hair can be rough. So it’s important that you talk to your doctor and see if there is some sort of underlying medical condition causing this problem. While using aloe vera will make your hair feel so much better, if you have a medical condition causing hair loss, then all the aloe vera in the world won’t help you, not long term. There are a lot of things that can cause hair loss, like stress or a hormone imbalance caused by your monthly cycle. But it could be something more serious. That’s why I always say, talk to your doctor. It’s better to be safe than sorry!
How to use aloe vera for your hair
- Take a big leaf of aloe vera. Cut it in the middle and take out the aloe vera gel and place it in a bowl.
- Now add 2-3 tablespoons of water to this gel, and mix it well. This will make a thin paste.
- Put the paste on your hair, like you would any normal shampoo.
- Gently massage the entire scalp and hair roots. Make a bun by massaging the hair for 10 minutes. Leave the aloe vera paste on your hair for an hour, then give your hair a good rinse.
- Shampoo as normal.
- Repeat once to twice a week.
Aloe is a cactus-like plant that grows in hot, dry climates. It’s a fascinating plant that originated from the Arabian Peninsula and also grows wild around the world. Aloe vera contains 75 active constituents, including vitamins, enzymes, minerals, sugars, lignin, saponins, salicylic acids, and amino acids.
Aloe, the plant, produces two substances used for health-related things: a clear gel and a yellow latex, which is the juice. The clear gel is what you’ll use for your hair.
Aloe vera has been used for medicinal purposes in several cultures for thousands of years. Historically, traces of Aleo Vera use have been found in ancient Egypt, Greece, India, Mexico, and China.
The ancient Egyptians have long documented use of it as a beauty regime. We know that Nefertiti and Cleopatra used it thanks to archaeological evidence. Egyptian queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra used it in their regular beauty regimes.
But the ancients didn’t just use it to look good. In fact, Alexander the Great and Christopher Columbus were known to use aloe vera to treat soldiers’ wounds.
So now you know how to make your hair look better, use aloe vera gel in it, slightly diluted with water. I’ve been doing it for about a month now and love it! I’m sure you will too!.