Monday, April 17, 2017

Benefits and Dangers of Using Aloe Vera on Natural Hair

Benefits and Dangers of Using Aloe Vera on Natural Hair DiscoveringNatural


Move over COCONUT OIL, Aloe Vera is Trending now! But before you rush out and buy that Aloe Vera leaf, WATCH THIS VIDEO.

According to some people, Aloe Vera is the treandy natural hair remedy to fix all. Aloe Vera for Hair Loss Treatment.... Aloe Vera for Softer hair.... Aloe Vera for Dandruff... Aloe Vera for Frizz. The list goes on and on.

Aloe Vera contains enzymes that repairs dead skin cells on scalp

Benefits of Aloe Vera
- Repairs dead skin cellls
- Reduces dandruff
- Conditions hair leaving it shiny and smooth
- Maintains the pH of scalp 
- Promotes hair growth and reduces hair loss
: aloe vera to regrow hair

Aloe Vera Hair Treatments
- As a pre poo and detangler
- As a conditioner and humectant on natural hair
- For dandruff remedies

Dangers
- Sharp Spikes
- Humectant use in dry climate
- Improper Straining
- Low Porosity Hair
- Aloe Build Up


Additional information to know:
The aloe plants pH and the harvested location where it is planted can affect the pH of the aloe vera. The pH for Aloe Vera is usually between 4.5 and 5.5, that is why it is great for the scalp which has similar pH. However, if the soil is poor and does not have a healthy proper soil pH, it can affect the plant. It is important to know that Aloe Plant is a TOUGH plant that can be quite resilient and keeps it pH very well. However, if the pH of the soil is too far off to the left, the aloe plant can actually be more acidic and if it too far off to the right, then it can be too alkaline in nature.  

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