Tuesday, October 29, 2013

SIMPLE HOMEMADE ALOE VERA LEAVE-IN CONDITIONER

I feel that there is no need to spend tons of money on some simple things you can easily make on your own, just like the aloe vera leave-in conditioner which of course is all natural and very healthy for your hair. the best part about making this conditioner is you only need three ingredients. 

With a pH range of 4.5, the acidity of aloe vera is what works for our advantage. it adds to closing the hair cuticle. this causes our hair to be smoother, minimizes fizz and gives our hair strands more definition and shine. 

pure aloe vera is light enough to keep hair moisturized without feeling greasy or weighed down. it also gives hair control without making it stiff and crunchy.
 
  Aloe vera gel leave-in conditioner.
4oz water
4oz aloe vera gel
10 drops of essential oil(pick any of your favorite!)

Add water and aloe vera gel into a small bowl and stir very well with spoon. pour the mixture into a spray bottle and shake well. add your favorite essential oil and shake well and voila you have your own leave-in conditioner.
use daily or as often as needed to restore softness.

Benefits;

  • gives hair moisture
  • detangles
  • defines curly hair
  • reduces itchy scalp
  • tames oily hair
  • balances pH level of hair 


34 comments:

  1. Love this post! I can tend to have itchy scalp with my extensions in so ill have to try it, especially because it seems so easy to make!! :)
    www.yvonnesloves.com

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    1. thanks dear. it is really really easy. aloe vera really helps with itchy scalp

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  2. i should go back to homemade too!, long time too lazy!!

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  3. yes dear!! they are really cheap and easy to make.

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  4. Oh my! this is so simple and easy. Thanks for this great tips. Please keep the posts coming. More grease. www.chavivas.blogspot.com

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  5. Wow, interesting. I like the simplicity. Will try it out.

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  6. You always have the most amazing tips lady; you are good!!

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  7. I love DIY hair recipes! Thanks for sharing!

    KLP | SavingOurStrands

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  8. trendzng.blogspot.comOctober 30, 2013 at 1:29 PM

    Hear there are diff species of aloe.some of which are not good for the hair.Is that true? Tanks for stopping by my blog.

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    1. yes there are so many different species of aloe vera, but really have not heard any not being good for our hair.

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  9. Another great post. Aloe Vera is just so good for your hair and skin. Thanks for the tips!

    www.ohtobeamuse.com

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  10. natural is the way to go ;)
    I love coconut oil in my hair. it keeps my hair very hydrated and soft. You should try it!

    xx,
    Kuyeek

    kuyeek.blogspot.com
    kuyeek.blogspot.com

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  11. Had no idea Aloe vera is good for the hair!

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    1. happy to see you here dear. i love your blog so much.
      i also never knew it could be used for hair but i just also found out.

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  12. the idea is great but I just miss the time to do it!!!!!!

    Baci, Ylenia di Longuette

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  13. Great tips, thanks!! Learnt something new here. :-)

    missymayification.blogspot.co.uk

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  14. I'm still searching for an aloevera plant. The stuff I bought online doesn't look or smell anything like aloevera. Interesting post!

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    1. my dear biko search for the real one i have been hearing so many good thing about this aloe Vera. let not miss out of these goodies.

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  15. I also have an aloe vera spritz, can't leave without it! Aloe vera is really one of the best thing for hair

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  16. I will give it a try ASAP

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    1. please try it hun:)
      you will really love it.

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  17. Awesome blog,Thanks for sharing,really helpful.
    indian weave hair

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