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Aloe vera for Hair fall, Dandruff, Baldness, gray hair, dry Split hair, thick shiny hair - 2

1. Aloe vera conditioner 

Never use strong & chemical based conditioners as they will be harmful for your hair. Why pay money for a readymade aloe conditioner from the shop when you can make your own aloe vera conditioner? 

Making your own aloe conditioner will also ensures that the aloe conditioner is 100% natural and preservatives free. Use homemade aloe vera conditioner for healthy hair. You can prepare your own herbal conditioner at home very easily & quickly.


Take 3 tablespoon of fresh aloe gel/pulp, add hibiscus/shoe flower paste (2 tablespoon) in it, also add 1 tablespoon of lukewarm coconut or almond oil or coconut milk, if you’re your hair are too much dry, then add one more tablespoon of oil. Mix them properly and apply as a regular conditioner for strong & long hair.

2. Anti dandruff

Mix 1 tablespoon of fresh aloe Vera gel with 1 tablespoon of tree oil, also add 1 teaspoon of Indian gooseberry juice. Massage your scalp with fingertips for 10 minutes with this mixture. Leave it for 1-2 hours & rinse off with normal or lukewarm water. Use this twice a week for better result.

3. Aloe vera with coconut oil

You can mix this aloe gel with coconut oil and apply to the scalp. Mix 1 tablespoon of fresh aloe vera juice with 1 tablespoon of warm coconut oil. Apply this warm mixture to the scalp & massage with your fingertips for 5-10 minutes. Leave the application for 30 minutes & then wash it off with lukewarm water. Follow this remedy 2-3 times a week to control your hair fall naturally.

4. Hibiscus flowers with aloe vera for healthy hair

Crush some hibiscus flowers using few drops of water to make thick paste. Extract 2-3 tablespoon of aloe vera gel and mix it with 2 teaspoons of hibiscus flower paste. Mix it well and apply this mixture on the scalp, hair & hair ends. You can also massage your scalp with this mixture for 5-10 minutes, and then wash off with lukewarm water. 

Hibiscus is very beneficial for hair; you can also use hibiscus oil for long, thick and healthy hair. Hibiscus helps hair growth by increasing blood circulation to the scalp. Regular use of this combination (2-3 times a week) prevents split ends and premature graying of hair.

5. Natural hair colour

To prepare easy & homemade natural hair colour, simply add 2 tablespoon of henna powder in above combination of lo ever & hibiscus flower. Mix well & apply on your hair for natural colour and thick hair.

How to extract & store aloe vera gel from the plant?

Take 1 long stem of aloe Vera plant. Peel out or split the stem into two parts and get the slimy stuff (gel) out from the stem.

You can add vitamin C & vitamin E tablets in aloe gel as preservatives & store them in refrigerator.

6. Last but not least

Be tender with your wet hair after wash. Never comb through wet hair. Your hair is more at risk to damage & breakage when they are wet.

1. Massage with Oils

Regularly massage the scalp with lukewarm oil such as almond oil, avocado oil, grape seed oil, black castor oil, castor oil, coconut milk, shoe flower oil, coconut oil, olive oil/extra virgin olive oil, mustard oil, rosemary oil, safflower oil, etc.

These oils help to stimulate the hair follicles. This is also a simple technique to cure dandruff and fungal infections. Regular hair massage increases the blood circulation in the scalp.

Hair massage is also very beneficial for reducing anxiety & stress which is the main basic cause of hair loss. Massage your scalp area as regularly as you can.

2. Wash your hair properly

Massage your hair once in two days (3-4 times a week) before you go to sleep, let it be for overnight, next morning wash your hairs with lukewarm water. Don’t use hot or cold water to wash your hairs.


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