Aloe Vera is a plant that has thick leaves with a gel-like substance inside of them. It’s found all over the world, and many people even grow their own. Aloe Vera has been used for centuries for its healing properties. But it has another application besides its skin benefits: It can actually strengthen your hair and make your scalp healthier. The best form of aloe Vera to use on your hair is the raw gel of the plant. You can buy this gel in almost any pharmacy or scoop it out of leaves cut fresh from a live plant if you have one. The gel is clear in color and slightly watery.


  1. Rubbing aloe Vera into your scalp and hair and letting it penetrate your hair follicles could condition and improve damaged, dry hair. After letting it sit for an hour, rinse the gel off with a mild shampoo.
  2. It calms an itchy scalp because the fatty acids found in the aloe plant have anti-inflammatory properties.
  3. It promotes your hair growth because it has the incredible ability to
  4. It contains proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cell of the scalp.
  5. It also acts as a great conditioner & leaves your hair smooth & shiny.
  6. It reduces dandruff as well.
  7. It keeps your hair hydrated & moisturised.
  8. It is also used for beauty creams, healthy juices & diet supplements.
  9. It is full of protein, vitamins and minerals that nourish hair follicles, curbing hair fall, control shedding of hair, making hair healthy & voluminous.
  10. Oil and debris build up can block pores and hinder hair growth. Aloe vera gel is a natural cleanser and reduces sebum or oil accumulation on the scalp.

*There’s usually little cause for concern when using aloe vera gel, but some people are allergic to it. Before using aloe vera topically, do a patch test. Rub a small bit of aloe vera on the inside of your wrist and wait up to two hours to see if your skin reacts poorly. This will let you know if you have aloe sensitivity.*

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