Aloe vera shampoo has lots of great benefits, no wonder the aloe vera plant is one of the leading in the health industry when it comes to natural products. Why wouldn’t it be?
The gel alone from inside the plant leaves contain 75 different properties.
There are so many benefits, but specifically, this article is going to cover using aloe vera shampoo instead of regular shampoo.
From defending against dandruff, to strengthening hair and lengthening it.
When it comes to hair, we all want beautiful, strong, and above all, healthy hair. And having dandruff is not that.
Actually, it is anything but. Your scalp is itchy and scratchy, and normally you have those annoying flakes. Those flakes are dead skin cells.
If you are using a dandruff shampoo that works, great, but if not then you might want to try switching to an Aloe vera shampoo. The gel located inside the plants leaves contain proteolytic enzymes, which is great for us.
Aloe Vera Contains Good Enzymes
These proteolytic enzymes help by exfoliating the scalp, eliminating the itch and urge to scratch. Not only that, but it breaks down all the dead skin cells (those annoying white flakes) which ultimately makes them disappear. Now how amazing is that?
It is no secret that we all want to fix our dry, damaged hair. Whether it is from consistently blow drying it, to straightening it. Over even curling it and dying it.
We all have our own favorite things to do to our hair. But normal shampoo could also be doing harm as well.
Normal shampoo can strip hair of the natural oils it needs to stay healthy. Aloe vera contains an chemical similar to keratin which we all know all know is pretty amazing stuff. However, aloe vera shampoo is able to penetrate our hair completely, all the way through.
His allows the amino acids to do their work! It adds shine and softness to each and every strand. Not only that, but it also helps control the effects humidity has on our hair. That means no frizz, and tons of moisture. So we can have the beautiful shiny hair models have that we see all throughout magazines.
Now I know a lot of people dye their hair and worry about the color lightening and fading away. There are a lot of products out there specifically promoted just for hair that is color treated. And some really do a great job.
Contains 75 Different Properties
But if your finding it hard to find one for hair then maybe trying an aloe vera shampoo is perfect for you. Like stated before, it contains 75 different properties, some of which are B3, B12, and B-complex. These specifically help lock in the color all while rejuvenating hair.
A great aloe vera shampoo is that by the brand JASON, which is available on iHerb.com. It’s has great reviews and gets the job done!
So he higher end the product, the more costly it can be. There is no shock there. And if one is able to afford all the high end costs, then good for them. But unfortunately, not everyone is able to do this. If that’s the case, there are still great products out there for us.
A few of them are ‘Ole Henriksen Aloe Vera Deep Cleanser’ for about $24.00 which is pretty good. And despite it saying that it is a cleanser do not get me wrong, it most definitely has more of the characteristics as a shampoo. You even use it exactly the same way.
This is available at Sephora. Another one which was stated before is by ‘JASON’. It is a moisturizing 84% aloe vera shampoo. This one can be picked up at Target. Also, for those who are a little more adventurous, we can make our own.
Here below is one specific recipe which I actually have tried.
DIY Aloe Vera Shampoo Recipe
- 2 cups distilled water
- 2 tablespoons aloe vera gel
- ½ teaspoons jojoba oil
- 6 ounces liquid Castile soup
- 40-50 drops of essential oils
- 2 ounces herbs
There are many different combinations that can be made with the recipe, all by switching out different herbs and essential oils. For dry hair one could use the herbs burdock, or rosemary. For oily hair you could use mint or lavender. The possibilities are endless.
With everything that’s been said, one might think that there possibly is not anything else this one little plant could do. You, however, will be surprised. There is one more thing on my list of amazing benefits. This is to promote hair growth, as well as hair loss prevention.
Helps Rejuvenate The Hair Follicles
The same enzymes that help with dandruff, help with this also. They promote growth and help retain natural moisture. Aloe vera helps rejuvenate the hair follicles and prevents the hair from thinning. So ladies, if your man has a growing bald spot or thinning hair, try switching out his shampoo.
So there you have it! From repairing dry and damaged hair, to getting rid of dandruff. From protecting color treated hair and promoting natural hair growth.
All in all, switching your everyday regular shampoo to an aloe vera shampoo has multiple benefits. The possibilities and benefits are endless, all we need to do is find them.
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