How To Get Rid Hair Fall use of Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is one of the most powerful and magical plant. It has been used since ages for health and beauty treatments. Aloe Vera moisturizes skin, reduces wrinkles, reduces tanning and makes skin clear. Not just this, aloe Vera gel is also good for hair. Yes, it promotes hair growth, moisturizes hair, relieves scalp itching, reduces dandruff and deep conditions them. Here is a recipe for hair growth aloe mask in case you have hair fall issues.
Aloe gel; Aloe vera is a popular remedy to make your hair shiny, smooth and thick when used regularly. Helps promote hair growth and makes hair frizz-free and shiny.
Castor oil- Is a well-known hair growth boosting oil! Nourishes hair follicle and stimulates hair growth, adds shine and reduce breakage.
RECIPE FOR ALOE VERA HAIR MASK FOR HAIR FALL
Things you need:
- 1 cup fresh aloe gel.
- 1/2 cup castor oil.
Mix a aloe Vera gel with a castor oil and add few drops of rosemary essential oil if you want/have. Blend the ingredients so that you get a smooth paste which is easy to apply and easy to wash. Apply this hair mask for 30-45 minutes or overnight and the rinse out the mixture.
Mixing up an Aloe Vera Coconut Hair Mask
Put 1 to 2 tablespoons (15 to 30 mL) of aloe vera gel into a bowl. For such a small amount of aloe, you’ll only need 2 to 3 inches (5.1 to 7.6 cm) of an aloe leaf if you’re harvesting it yourself.
- If you don’t have fresh aloe at home, use store-bought aloe vera gel, which can be found at health food stores.
Mix the aloe vera with 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of virgin coconut oil. For the easiest results, use coconut oil that is at room temperature it’ll be easier and faster to incorporate with the aloe. Use a spoon to mix up the ingredients until they make a single paste.
- If your hair needs a little extra conditioning, you could also add in 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of honey. Use your fingers to apply the gel to your hair, starting at mid-shaft. Work the mask down through the ends of your hair, and then go back up and massage it into your scalp, too. Keep working the mask through your hair until it is covering everything. If you have really long hair, you may need to double the recipe.
- Starting at mid-shaft helps ensure the mask gets smoothed over all your hair and isn’t mainly at the scalp, which could end up making it look greasy.
- You may need to massage the coconut oil and aloe gel with your fingers for a few minutes to warm it up and make it easier to spread.
- Wear an old t-shirt that you don’t mind getting a little messy, just in case any of the mask gets onto your clothes.
Wrap your hair in a warm, damp towel or a shower cap. This is mainly to protect your clothes and furniture while you let the mask do its work, but the warm, damp towel can help to provide your hair with a little extra moisturizing power, too, and it’ll keep the mask moist.
- If you leave your hair unwrapped, it’s possible that the mask will start to stiffen on your hair and won’t work as well.
Let the mask penetrate your hair for 40-45 minutes. Set a timer or turn on the TV and catch up on a few episodes of your favorite show and relax! The mask will do all the work itself.
- Don’t leave the mask in for longer than two hours or it’ll definitely start to dry out.
Wash your hair as normal after the time is up. Once your timer goes off, take a shower and wash your hair to get all of the mask rinsed out. You’ll notice that your hair feels smoother than it did before.
- No need to add conditioner after washing out the mask!
- Try applying this mask once per week to keep your hair nicely conditioned.