Aloe Vera for Hair
Aloe Vera for hair is no different to aloe vera for skin. Aloe vera contains natural enzymes which repair dead skin cells on the scalp, and it is a natural leave in hair conditioner which leaves hair smooth and shiny. It is naturally anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. It helps to maintain a healthy scalp.
“The gel within the Aloe Vera leaves, which comprises 99 per cent water, carries its active compounds. Only one per cent of the gel contains active ingredients :
• Alkaline, which balances the scalp and hair’s pH, while helping the hair retain water and moisture.
• Enzymes that break down dead skin cells on the scalp.
• Fatty acids help with itchy scalp.
• Contains protein, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, E, calcium, folic acid and amino acids that strengthen the hair.”
You can use freshly squeezed natural Aloe Vera Juice or add it to to mineral water to mix up your indigo ! It will not only kick start indigo straight into fifth, but it will also condition your hair and soothe an irritated scalp at the same time. Excellent for anyone with skin sensitivity including eczema. Use it on its own to soothe an irritated scalp and to calm itching . Aloe vera is like water, so literally drop it onto your scalp and lightly massage affected areas gently. It will also work in a spray bottle ( buy from a chemist or supermarket) as a quick spray in hair conditioner, freshly squeezed and stirred into water to make a liquid spray should keep up to 3 or 4 days in the fridge .
For even more skin nourishment and skin conditioning, use aloe vera to mix up Renaissance Rhassoul Clay mud and Renaissance Skin & Body treatments.
Freshly squeezed natural aloe vera is naturally organic – try using it as a simple skin toner; it’s heaven sent for hayfever itchy eyes – just dab onto a cotton wool pad and gently smooth over closed eyes for instant relief.
Find out more about aloe vera for hair here : https://www.healthline.com/health/aloe-vera-for-hair
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