YOU HAD ME AT ALOE | FLOURISH AFRICA

YOU HAD ME AT ALOE

Aloe-vera is said to be a magical plant which can be used extensively to cure almost everything! From diminishing scars to getting radiant skin to healing wounds to hair growth, it also as the ability to  help treat everything from constipation to diabetes. Also, it is enriched with antibacterial and antiviral properties.

Over time, the plant which was discovered in North Africa,  has seamlessly integrated itself into everything we use. But did you know that aloe vera has been used to make curl vibrant for centuries? Well, these five benefits will make your hair sing “Aloe you vera much”

Promotes hair growth

A lot of people believe that aloe vera causes the hair to grow faster because of its incredible ability to increase blood circulation in the scalp area. This will slow down hair breakage or loss. Also, it contains vitamins that promotes hair growth, you don’t have to wish for that long hair anymore. Girl! Get you some aloe vera gel!

Strengthen and repair hair strands

Aloe vera contains vitamin A, C, and E. All these vitamins  contribute to cell turnover, promoting healthy cell growth and shiny hair. Aloe vera as high collagen content and cooling properties, which can be used to repair sun damage to your hair.

Combats frizzy hair

The Aloe vera miracle gel is all you need to combat frizzy hair. Simply use the aloe vera as a leave-in conditioner or apply directly to the scalp, this will detangle your frizzy hair.

Balances the pH of the scalp

Our scalp shouldn’t be greasy, neither should it be dry. Excessive use of shampoo does this to our scalp and it messes up with the pH of our scalp. Continuous application of aloe vera will restore your scalp to the perfect balance.

Fights Seborrheic dermatitis:

Seborrheic dermatitis is the clinical term for dandruff. These are the symptoms for an itchy and flaky scalp which can be treated by aloe vera. A study found that aloe vera contains anti-inflammatory properties which can be used to resolve the scalp inflammation that dandruff causes.




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