DISCOVER THE BENEFITS OF ALOE VERA FOR YOUR HAIR
In Brazil known generically as Babosa, Aloe Vera is a plant of Africa, with healing and moisturizing properties, widely used in the composition of herbal medicines and cosmetics. It has several medicinal functions: it is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antiviral, moisturizing, tonic, immunostimulating, regenerating, and antioxidant.
There are numerous stories that Aloe Vera was used in the beauty rituals of the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra, more than 2.000 years ago. Even before that, Aloe Vera was already used in China, and in ancient Greece, its effectiveness in the treatment of hair and skin diseases was known. Ancient tribes from Mexico and South America also used Aloe Vera to make their hair more beautiful and soft and to speed up the healing of wounds.
Aloe Vera and its benefits for hair
It is indicated to treat and recover dry and dry, damaged and brittle hair, chemically treated, or with dandruff and seborrhea for hair. It also acts on strengthening the strands and hair loss.
It works by cleaning the hair follicles and eliminating the fat on the scalp (which can hinder hair growth). Aloe Vera extract also can rehydrate and close hair cuticles, in addition to exerting antioxidant and regenerating action. It contains vitamins, proteins, and minerals and easily penetrates the outer layer of the skin to deliver nutrients to the cells. When doing the treatment with Aloe Vera, the hair is more beautiful, soft, and shiny.
In addition, its frequent use helps relieve itchiness and inflammation in the scalp. A study published in 1998 found that Aloe Vera helps resolve scalp inflammation caused by dandruff. The fatty acids found in the plant have anti-inflammatory properties.
Bet on Aloe Vera to prevent hair loss
There are certain times of the year when the hair tends to weaken and fall out. For many it is a temporary phenomenon; for others, unfortunately, a chronic condition that leads to partial or complete hair loss, known as alopecia.
So, in addition to moisturizing and making a deep cleaning on the strands, another powerful benefit of Aloe Vera is that it prevents hair loss. That's because it acts on the inside of the cuticle, strengthening the locks from the inside out with its properties.
It also stimulates the production of collagen, responsible for preventing the hair from falling easily from the scalp. However is important to know how to differentiate between hair loss and hair breakage. In in the case of breakage, the strands break in half, usually due to external factors, such as dryness and excessive chemical.
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