Add Aloe Vera into your natural hair routine this year and your natural hair will grow longer!
In this article
1- Using Aloe Vera on your scalp will help you grow your natural hair longer.
2- Aloe Very is a great moisturizer for natural hair.
3- How to moisturize your natural hair with Aloe.
Using Aloe Vera on your scalp will help you grow your natural hair longer.
1. Aloe Vera contains enzymes, which are very beneficial to your scalp, called proteolytic enzymes. These enzymes breaks down dead skin cells on your scalp that can sometimes clog your hair follicles. Aloe will help combat dryness in the scalp and some issues associated with dry scalp like flakes. Using aloe on your scalp will help with hair growth speed by soothing and healing your scalp. This helps to create the best environment for your natural hair to grow healthy.
Aloe Very is a great moisturizer for natural hair.
2. Aloe is made up of about 95% water making this natural product a moisturizing rock star! Aloe also contains polysaccharides which are water loving molecules. Therefore, when you are trying to grow your hair longer, aloe is a great addition to your natural hair routine to help with moisture retention which is a must for healthy growth.
How to moisturize your natural hair with Aloe.
3. To moisturize your hair with aloe you can use this amazing hack that is shown in the video above to prep your aloe. When you are ready to moisturize your hair, grab your aloe out of the freezer and simply massage into sections. Thoroughly moisturize your natural hair by working the aloe into the sections with your fingers. To take this a step further, apply some oil to seal off the moisture you have just added. Hairgarten has an amazing Vitamin Moisture Lock oil that will not only seal your moisture in but will also supply your hair with vitamins that will strengthen your natural hair.
The high water content in the Aloe Vera plant will help your natural hair grow when used as a moisturizer in your natural hair routine. Try this great hack for easy application and log term storing of your aloe!