Aloe Vera juice for hair is a natural biogenic stimulator with sensational properties, actively used to restore hair beauty and health. Active ingredients of this medicinal juice nourish and strengthen hair follicles, stimulating hair growth and providing bactericidal/healing properties, effective against seborrhea and dandruff. I have a lovely Aloe Vera plant on my window sill and I use it for my hair. Before I was simply applying it fresh to my hair, but recently I have found out about biostimulated Aloe Vera juice. Wow, it’s something special, and I can’t wait to share this information with you. I have also prepared 5 fantastic masks for hair with aloe juice I like the most.
Biostimulated Aloe Vera Juice for Hair
This is actually panacea for your hair, because it contains several times more of useful components than normal fresh juice from aloe leaves. Biostimulated juice of Aloe Vera boosts growth of new hair follicles, prevents hair loss and conveys silkiness to your hair, making it shiny and pleasing to the touch. Isn’t that a dream of any woman and even a man? It sure is, because even if nature has endowed you with beautiful healthy hair, it can’t successfully withstand all the harsh environmental factors, influencing us daily. So, how to obtain this precious substance?
You’ll need to keep aloe leaves in the dark place with the temperature of +4…+8 degrees Celsius. Laboratory tests have proven that these conditions stimulate production of special substances, intensifying biochemical reactions and all vital processes in tissues.
How to Prepare Biostimulated Aloe Vera Juice At Home?
- Cut off a few leaves of Aloe Vera. Choose lower leaves, those ones, located closer to the root of the plant.
- Rinse them with previously boiled water and wrap with a linen napkin.
- Put the leaves into the lower section of the fridge for 10-12 days. Under these extreme conditions the plant’s cells begin to produce biogenic stimulators, able to incite dying vitality of the cells.
- In 10-12 days take the leaves out of the fridge, remove the blackened parts and squeeze some precious juice.
Recipes of the Best Masks and Wraps With Aloe Vera Juice for Hair
You may use either fresh or biostimulated juice of Aloe Vera. As you have understood, the later is a few times more potent. Here are my favorite recipes.
#1: Honey and Cognac Mask With Aloe Vera
Mince a leaf of Aloe Vera, add a tablespoon of honey, the same amount of olive oil and castor oil, 1 egg yolk and a teaspoon of cognac. Rub the mixture into the roots and spread through the length of your hair. In 2 hours wash everything off with warm water. Apply once a week for prompt hair growth.
#2: Invigorating Wrap for Dry and Weakened Hair
Heat 1 tablespoon of burdock oil or castor oil and add juice of 1 Aloe Vera leaf. Apply the wrap approximately an hour prior to hair washing.
#3: Aloe and Egg Yolks for Nourishment
Scramble 2 egg yolks with 1 tablespoon of aloe juice, beat everything into a homogeneous mass. Rub everything into the scalp and let it work for 30 minutes. This easy yet efficient mask will strengthen your hair and bring back its enviously healthy shine.
#4: Mask-Booster fr Hair Growth with Apple Vinegar
Mix ½ teaspoon of lavender oil and the same amount of orange essential oil with a tablespoon of Aloe Vera juice, 2 tablespoons of apple vinegar and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Apply and leave the mask for 20-30 minutes. It will restore hair energy, natural shine and accelerate hair growth.
#5: Nourishment with Vanilla, Jojoba and Argan Oils
Mix 3 tablespoons of minced Aloe Vera leaves with 2 tablespoons of jojoba oil. Enrich the mass with a few drops of Vanilla or Argan oil. Apply it to wet hair. Massage the scalp thoroughly and spread the mask through the hair length. 60-90 minutes is optimal time for this mask. It’s going to improve hair structure, restore natural shine of your hair, making it so beautiful and silky.
P.S. To enhance the action of all the masks and wraps, it’s recommended to cover your hair with film and a warm towel.
In internet there are recipes of solutions with Aloe Vera juice for hair, where they recommend adding garlic or onion juice. Personally, I have certain preconceptions to these components in hair masks not because I don’t believe in there medicinal properties, but I can imagine how my hair is going to smell afterwards:) I wonder if anyone has tried hair masks with garlic? Please share your impressions/results or better both. You are also very welcome to leave a note with any of your favorite recipes with Aloe Vera juice. Please, ladies, feel free to get involved into the discussion.