Home-Made Hair Treatment from Aloe Vera to Make Hair Stronger and Healthier

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Composition of the content in Aloe Vera and the nature of the gel in the thick leaves that cool, it makes aloe vera is not only good for natural skincare but also good for hair care.

The popular and traditional use of Aloe Vera has a long history. In the Western Society, Aloe Vera is one of the commonly used herbal medicines and is also applied to the use of the cosmetics, pharmaceutical and food industries.

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A Baby Aloe Vera

The Aloe Vera plant is promoted as a treatment for wounds, hair loss, genital ulcers, and hemorrhoids. In this post, I will only focus on Aloe Vera as a natural treatment for hair loss and for hair health.

Lifestyle patterns with high levels of work pressure, weather conditions at the residence and also the use of equipment for styling hair, it decreases the health of the scalp which eventually leads to dandruff and damage accompanied by hair loss.

Traditional treatments for scalp and hair beauty are now often forgotten by the community because they are considered to have lost practical function. In fact, traditional treatments with plants that can be planted in their own gardens can be a solution that saves money and is claimed to be a more effective treatment compared to modern factory-made products that are priced high.

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Aloe Vera As A Natural Treatment for Shinier, Softer, and Stronger Hair

Aloe Vera is believed to have originated in Sudan, which was later introduced in the Mediterranean region and most other warm regions.

Parts of thick leaves that have mucus have long been known to be used as a natural treatment to experience problems that occur in the scalp and hair area.

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My family has traditionally used Aloe Vera to treat hair loss and accelerate hair growth. I have experienced the benefits myself as an active user who treats the hair with gel from Aloe Vera.

According to WHO in 1999, Aloe Vera is considered the most biologically active Aloe species.

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Aloe Vera is considered the most suitable for traditional hair care compared to other medicinal plants. That's because Aloe Vera contains many benefits at once for hair as follows:

  • The content of vitamins A, C and E on Aloe Vera has a contribution to cell turnover which promotes the growth of healthy hair cells so as to strengthen and repair damage to strands of hair and make hair shiny.
  • The content of vitamin B-12 and folic acid in the gel on aloe vera is a trusted source for preventing hair loss again.
  • Gel on aloe vera can soothe itchy scalp and cleanse oil on the hair without injuring strands of hair, so the hair is maintained its softness and health.
  • Aloe vera also has the benefit of increasing blood circulation to the scalp so that it can reduce or slow down hair damage and loss.

There are so many benefits to using Aloe Vera, that's why you can't just leave Aloe Vera plant without you using it.

How to use Aloe Vera on the hair is very practical without the addition of any material and without additional equipment.

If you have trouble finding aloe vera plants in your area, try to search in traditional and modern markets. I often find large size aloe vera leaves sold in the modern market for the needs of the food and cosmetics industry.

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How to Use Aloe Vera as a Hair Treatment

Take aloe vera leaves according to your needs. Adjust how thick and long your hair is. Usually, I use one aloe vera leaf for my hair.

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Peel the skin of the aloe vera only on one side. On the skin Aloe Vera contains mucus that can cause itching, that's why immediately wash your hands after peeling the skin, before doing further activities.

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To make it easier to apply aloe vera gel on the scalp, sliced ​​aloe vera meat into small squares.

Then, rub the aloe vera meat into your scalp and hair area. Then, cover using a head towel for 30 minutes. Avoid areas of body mucus such as eyes and mouth because mucus on aloe vera has a bitter taste and in certain cases can cause allergies.

Wash your hands, the forehead, near the cheeks and ears affected by aloe vera mucus to avoid itching.

After 30 minutes, rinse hair like washing hair as usual. Perform small massages on the scalp when you rinse your hair.

For the record, it's a good idea to try dabbing on the wrist before applying aloe to your hair. That is to make sure you are free of aloe vera allergy.

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Use twice a week. Until now I still routinely use aloe vera for my hair care to make it brighter, softer, and most important is to maintain the strength of my hair and reduce hair loss.

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How about you? Have you ever tried hair care with aloe vera? Or, do you have other plants for your natural hair care?

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I believe I may try this one :)
Great content and useful advice, well done!

It would be great if you wanna try this natural treatment.

Thanks for stopping by 🌼🌼🌼

Rose has been using the aloe vera from the garden for her hair for weeks now, it's been giving good results, according to the hairdresser that we visit recently. Will definitely continue to use it.

Yeep, really good result for me, too.

Thanks for stopping by

This is just one of application of aloe vera plant. I think this plant is one of master use in natural medicine from our planet.

That's why you have a beautiful harus, Yangtiks. And you describe avout Aloe Vera very well. You are very creative. 😘😘😘😘😘

I wish my aloe vera were as big as these! Just gorgeous. So good to use a natural plant over a produced product . Kinder for emvironment, health and planet!!

We feel blessed by the presence of natural plants around us. Thank you for stopping by.

Have a nice day 🌼

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Beautiful post and beautiful plant. Aloe is good for so many things. Thank you for this educational and useful article.

Aloe have big natural benefit.

Thank you so much for taking time to read my post.

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Hi, @anggreklestari,
I also use it with coconut oil that I apply twice a week. I leave it all night wrapping my head in cellophane paper. :-)

Coconut oil is greaf additional too for skin and hair.

Thanks for adding your feedback. :)

@anggreklestari, In my opinion Aloe Vera is gifted to Human Beings and we can call it as Healing Plant. Stay blessed.

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Agree with you. Thanks for reading my post.

Thank you and welcome.

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Thank you for your wonderful sharing. Great post!
Hair loss has always bothered me.

Oh, the photo is very beautiful.

Thank you so much for reading my post. Happy to see that you enjoy my post.

Have a great day.

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For sometime I was thinking to add some raw aloevera gel into my food. I don't know where I got this idea from. But in your opinion, is it any good for eating?

It's also very interesting to note that aloevera has vitamin B-12 as one of its ingredients. Can you please quote some scientific resources to authenticate this fact?

Thank you!