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Aloe Vera For Hair: Benefits, How To Use, And Side Effects
Aloe vera can solve many hair problems, from mending damaged hair to controlling frizz, and help promote hair growth both regeneratively and proactively!
ALOE VERA IS NATURE'S MULTI-VITAMIN:
- Aloe vera’s many uses may be partially explained by its makeup. It contains 75 active ingredients, including vitamins A, C, E, B12, and choline.
- Some nutrients have a marked effect on hair quality, and nutritional deficiencies can lead to hair loss.
Advocates of using aloe vera for hair health point to its plentiful supply of vitamins, minerals, and other ingredients linked to hair growth. They say these properties are signs of its ability to promote healthy and abundant hair.
Here is how aloe vera may keep your hair and scalp healthy...
1. Promotes Hair Growth
It is thought that aloe vera promotes hair growth by improving blood circulation that stimulates hair follicles. Aloe vera also has moisturizing properties that naturally protect the hair shafts and prevent damage and hair breakage. These natural moisturizing properties our four times more effective in our products thanks to the use of our patented 4x Aloe Powered Elixir. They are then formulated with 7 different types of hyaluronic acids to ensure maximum absorption of the follicle and scalp.
2. Naturally Cleanses
Aloe vera contains saponin.
Saponin is an effective cleaning agent that helps clean grease, and oil, and product buildup from the hair. Due to the moisturizing factors mentioned above in benefit one, Aloe vera cleanses the hair without leaving it dry and brittle. These same moisturizing and anti-microbial factors make the hair soft, shiny, and healthy.
3. Prevents Dandruff and Conditions Hair
Frequent dandruff can be remedied using aloe vera once a week on your hair for the best results. However, this depends on your hair type. If you have normal or oily hair, you can use it once or twice a week. If you have dry hair, use it twice or thrice a week.
Aloe vera has a pH similar to our hair, so it can be used as a leave-in conditioner. This natural conditioner contains rosewater and oils that moisturize and nourish your hair, leaving it silky soft, shiny, and manageable.