By Winnie The Fashionista | Mar 11, 2019
The much beloved Aloe Vera gel consists of water, 20 minerals, 12 vitamins, 18 amino acids, and 200 phytonutrients. How’s that for a superior product?! You therefore get benefits galore as it works to do a number of things for your hair and skin. This article will show you the many wonders Aloe Vera can do for your hair.
Aloe Vera closes and lays hair cuticles flat and the result is shiny, healthy-looking hair. When cuticles lay flat, there is less friction between hair strands which is essential in making sure they glide past each other without tangling or knotting.
Aloe Vera gel,is a viscous water-like substance and much like good old H2O penetrates the hair shaft to provide it with utmost hydration. Apply Aloe after washing and deep conditioning your hair. It is an amazing moisturizer. You can also mix it in with your normal deep conditioner for an extra boost of hydration.
Girlies with curly and coily hair textures know how it feels to have constantly frizzy hair. Aloe Vera is just what the doctor ordered . When used before styling it proceeds to create uber defined, bouncy, glistening, moisturized curls.We as the natural hair community request that Aloe Vera deserves be considered by Marvel or DC comics as a superhero. In fact, we demand it.
Aloe Vera is considered among the greats. It’s considered alongside products that help stimulate the scalp and help with hair growth. Apply some aloe on your scalp, especially if you have problem areas. The enzymes in Aloe will help unclog follicles which in turn leads to longer, stronger hair. Yay aloe vera!
Whenever you feel there is a resurgence of dandruff on your scalp, use aloe to fight it. Aloe has a proven track record of destroying dead skin cells and fungus that leads to dandruff. Apply some Aloe generously on your hair before washing it. Massage it into the scalp and shampoo. Dandruff be gone! Yeah, dandruff. Pick on someone your own size.
Do you know any other benefits of Aloe Vera? Go ahead and share below.
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