It is common knowledge that pure Aloe Vera can fix that nasty burn, but not so common is the idea of putting it on your scalp to prevent balding and scalp inflammation.
"Keratin, the primary protein of hair, consists of amino acids, oxygen, carbon, and small amounts of hydrogen, nitrogen, and sulphur. Aloe vera has a chemical make-up similar to that of keratin and it rejuvenates the hair with its own nutrients, giving it more elasticity and preventing breakage."
Diane Gage, author of Aloe Vera: Nature's Soothing Healer
Aloe vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It also acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair.
The following items describes in detail the benefits of Aloe Vera on your scalp:
Calms an itchy scalp - so you have dandruff? The symptoms of an itchy scalp and flaking skin under your hair can be treated with aloe vera. Many studies have found that aloe vera helped resolve the scalp inflammation that dandruff causes. It is simple: The fatty acids found in the aloe plant have anti-inflammatory properties.
Deep cleans oily hair - strip off that extra residue! Aloe vera cleanses the hair shaft efficiently, thus stripping off any extra oil or residue from the other harsh hair products. Keep in mind, the Aloe Vera is not going to hurt your hair strands as it cleans them. Unlike all the other chemicals you slather on your scalp, Aloe Vera is gentle and preserves the integrity of your hair.
Strengthens and repairs hair strands - Lacking vitamins? Aloe Vera contains lots of goodness, including vitamins A, C, and E. All three of these vitamins contribute to cell turnover, promoting healthy cell growth and shiny hair. Vitamin B12 and folic acid are also contained in aloe vera gel. Both of these components can keep your hair from falling out.
Promotes hair growth, maybe? When your scalp has been cleansed and your hair has been conditioned with aloe vera, you might see that hair breakage and loss slows down. There are plenty of people who claim that aloe vera actually causes hair to grow much faster. But as of now, there’s little clinical evidence to prove or disprove those claims.
You can take control and say "HECK NO" to your thinning hair and dry scalp.
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