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    3 Best Aloe Vera Gel Hair Mask For Deep Conditioning, Dandruff Problem And Healthy Hair

    Nature has many wonderful things and this miracle plant is one of those. Find out how these advantages of aloe vera to the hair might be right for you. In addition, learn how to make three DIY aloe vera hair masks!

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    Aloe vera is one such plant that is proven magical for hair, skin, and health.

    Aloe vera has been used in Ayurvedic practice for thousands of years and is filled with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

    However, despite being such a multipurpose and readily available ingredient, very few people are aware of its health-enhancing benefits.

    Aloe vera is rich in vitamins A, C, E, B12 and well offers a strong punch of minerals according to the Indian Journal of Dermatology. Therefore, the fluid derived from this plant helps to treat issues that range from wounds to skin aging.

    So without any ado let’s see its top five uses of aloe vera that you must know:

    The most common use of aloe vera is skincare. Aloe vera hydrates the skin, prevents flaccid skin and soothes skin discomfort with great water storage ability.

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    Aloe vera is pretty good for hair. Apply aloe vera gel directly to your scalp, wash it off with water, and then wash it again after 24 hours with a mild shampoo and all the frizziness is gone.

    Also referred to as a “burn remedy,” aloe vera is very helpful in treating skin burns. It can help heal burns first to second-degree due to its anti-inflammatory properties.

    Aloe vera destroys bacteria in the mouth, giving you a clean breath. Not only that, it’s also known to prevent mouth sores, ulcers, gum infections, and pain in the mouth.

    When it comes to fighting COVID-19, you already know that handwashing and avoiding direct contact with anyone who may be sick are important measures. In addition, experts have also said that improving your immune system will give you the edge to battle off viruses and stay safe amid the Coronavirus Pandemic.

    Aloe vera juice is a powerhouse of micro-nutrients that help to counter free radical damage in the body, thereby further improving immunity.

    As I said its magical plant has endless uses but today lets dig in deeper with its amazing benefits for hair. Below we have 3 aloe vera hair mask that you should apply once a week or every fortnight.

    1. Aloe Vera With Some Yoghurt Hair Mask For Shine

    Blend three fresh aloe vera gel teaspoons with two yogurt teaspoons, one honey teaspoon, and one olive oil teaspoon. Mix well, and apply to scalp and hair. Massage the mixture well over the scalp for 10 minutes. Let it rest, and wash for half an hour.

    This mask helps preserve the hair’s natural shine, and also works well to get rid of dandruff.

    2. Aloe Vera And Coconut Oil Hair Mask For Deep Conditioning

    Mix two teaspoons of fresh and clean aloe vera gel with one cup of honey and three cups of coconut oil. Massage well into the hair; allow it to rest for half an hour and wash with shampoo then.

     This mask will bring your dry and dull hair into deep condition, adding moisture and bounce.

    3. Aloe Vera And Castor Oil Mask For Thicker Hair

    You can use either fresh aloe vera juice or gel for this mask. Mix a spoonful of castor oil with 3-4 teaspoons of aloe vera gel. Attach a few drops of the essential rosemary oil. Use this as a mask to cover all the strands of the hair. Hold on for 20 minutes and rub the paste on the scalp for 5 minutes before taking it off or washing.

    Clean your hair with a mild shampoo. Castor oil is highly nutritious and helps to enhance the texture of the hair.

    All in all, now you have to realize that Aloe Vera is much more than the small plant that you have in your house, which is still alive only because you never have to water it.

    Note: Use mild shampoo for washing the mask off.

    You can use a mixer or blender for getting a paste-like texture.

    Use a sharp knife to cut the thorns off each leaf ‘s edge.

    Aloe vera will never let you run out of uses and surprises. What’s even interesting is how easy it is to mother this plant at home!

    With these aloe vera benefits for the hair, we hope we have convinced you to get one for yourself.

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