Thursday, 30 April 2015

How I Made Aloe Vera Juice For My Natural Hair

Hello everyone!


I accidentally stumbled on some of my aloe vera plants that I had abandoned. . The first thing that struck me was the state of the plants - green and fresh. I knew I had make use of them asap!





The next thing I did was to pluck two large single plants and carefully scoop the gel out. (I'm sorry I don't have pictures but it's really easy) This took less than five minutes. Next, I poured the gel into a blender and added enough water to overshadow it . Then I blended with the highest frequency until it completely dissolved.

The first time I tried it, I didn't blend it well so I ended up sieving the aloe vera particles. I wasn't even able to completely remove them. Some were transferred to my hair but this time, I was pleasantly impressed.
I have decided to fully incorporate it into my regimen particularly my hair spritz, mud washes and henna treatments. Instead of water, aloe vera juice will be used as an alternative. Plus, the rainy season is upon us and I won't be running out anything soon. It's a win-win situation.

Does anyone else make their own aloe vera juice as opposed to buying them?


Love, kinks and knots.
eBunite.

8 comments :

  1. ure oyo on dis one... I hate d smell of aleovera

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  2. We all know Aloe Vera is a great natural ingredient for hair care. Aloe Vera contains enzymes which promote hair growth.ThankYou for sharing how to use?

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  3. To all you people who can use raw aloe vera on your hair without side effects, I saw you are fortunate.

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  4. Can you also use small premature aleo veras for Aleo gel? I make use aleo vera as edge control when I run out of edge control.
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    1. As long as it's ripe,there should be no problem.

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