Call it an inherited curse or bad luck, growing long hair is one of the processes that needs patience. This compounded with harsh weather and poor maintenance can totally render your hair perpetually stunted. However, Aloe Vera is a true gift to mankind as it not only smells great but also aids in hair care.
This naturally growing plant has an abnormally high concentration of proteolytic enzymes and amino acids which works magic in boosting hair growth and improving scalp health. As a result, your hair growth is a lot faster.
We’ve put together 3 hair-saving reasons why you should use Aloe Vera to boost your hair growth.
When applied to the scalp, Aloe vera increases blood circulation to your scalp which slows down hair loss and breakage.
The high levels of Vitamins A, C, and E stimulate cell turnover which arouses dormant hair follicles and shiny hair. It also contains folic acid and Vitamin B-12 that control hair shedding and ensure thick hair strands.
Gets Rid of Dandruff Buildup
Aloe vera is a greatpre-shampoo treatment that loyally works to diminish buildup dandruff. It features a vast repository natural enzymesthat will help your scalp destroy the accumulating fungus and dead skin cells that breeds dandruff. That notwithstanding, it also helps in balancing the scalp’s pH level and keeping your hair moisturized.
Aloe vera has also been shown to soften body skin without necessarily clogging the pores or leaving behind nasty and greasy layers.
A simple application on your scalp and massaging it before hitting shower will help you get rid of the embarrassing and equally perpetual powdery hair.
Combing entangled hair not only damages the strands but also facilitates breakage (not forgetting the pain that comes along with that). Aloe vera can be used as a natural detangling product thanks to its moisturizing attributes. Simply mix it with water and spray on your hair before combing it and you are good to go.
The Best Way to Use Aloe Vera
For many centuries, Aloe vera has been used due to its healing properties.Whereas you can purchase in multiple forms like oil, pills, lotions, and creams, the best form to use it on your hair is in form or raw gel straight off the plant. Scoop it out from freshly picked leaves while the ingredients are still fresh.
To apply, rub the thick slimy jelly into your hair and scalp and leave for some minutes for it to penetrate. After it completely dries out, rinse it off using a mild shampoo.
Don’t forget to wash your hands if you handle it with bare hands as it can leave a bitter taste!
We all love shiny and healthy-looking hair. Using Aloe vera on your hair gives you the much-needed boost. It has multiple vitamins, enzymes, and proteolytic that stimulates skin cells and redundant hair follicles giving you two natural gifts healthy scalp and moisturized shiny hair.
Do you use aloe vera as a natural hair treatment? Let us know in the comments section below.
I will surely use aloe vera or my hair. This blog has forced me to believe that only aloe can work for my hair.