The innumerable properties of aloe vera are also reflected in the growth of hair. Let’s see how to use aloe vera gel for this purpose.
Aloe vera for hair grow
The aloe vera is a very decorative plant easy to grow and care, which has plenty of curative, preventive, to improve health properties, wellness and beauty.
You can get aloe vera gel scraping the interior of the broad leaves of the plant against a plate or straight, firm surface. Then, simply just placing the gel or the pulp on the affected area (with wounds, burns or other), or on the skin or hair for effective treatment of healthy beauty.
The gel of aloe vera, also has health benefits . It is antibacterial, antiviral, and also (according to studies), it is useful to promote cell regeneration … and the hair growth.
Using aloe vera for hair grow
The properties of aloe vera to promote hair growth is due, in part, to its ability to reduce sebum, an oily substance that is naturally produced by the body. The sebum secreted by certain glands, helps keep the scalp moisturized. But when produced in excessive amounts, or where hygiene routine is not aggressive enough (double-edged sword in many cases), the fat accumulates in the scalp, risking that the pores become clogged and difficult birth new hair. Also this aloe vera gel helps balance the pH of the skin of the scalp.
The pulp of aloe vera improves circulation and blood flow to the area in which it applies. Therefore, their placement on the hair and scalp brings beneficial results in better blood circulation, i.e. better “feed” of cells in this sector, promoting hair growth by improving the capacity and operation of the hair follicles.
In addition, aloe vera gel contains vitamins and minerals qu and nourish the skin of the scalp. These include vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E are notorious. It is also an effective moisturizer for both skin of the scalp, as for the grown hair. It will provide moisture, improving their status, giving shine and vibrant appearance.
Remember, always check with your doctor and / or with your dermatologist before starting any natural treatment, to have the security or peace of mind that you will not have side effects that occurred for certain special conditions, such as diseases, conditions, or other medical treatments.