How to make aloe vera shampoo

Aloe vera is good for the skin and the whole body, but mixed with the right ingredients, it can also make your hair perfect. We are writing how to make aloe vera shampoo.

This shampoo penetrates deep into the pores of the scalp and revitalizes the hair from root to tip. The natural amino acids of the plant perfectly clean the hair and “lift” the dirt, which you then simply steam with water. In addition, the hair will be shiny and soft to the touch, because aloe vera also acts as a balm. It is considered one of the best natural preparations for revitalizing damaged hair, and with regular use you can also get rid of dandruff.

It is true that many brands offer these shampoos, but not all of them are safe, and sometimes the prices are not so affordable, especially if they are shampoos with a higher proportion of aloe vera, which you definitely need.

These shampoos are especially worth making if you have aloe vera in your home. And how useful it is to have this plant, we have written on several occasions (Aloe vera for perfect skin, Relieve scars in a natural way. It is also recommended to buy aloe vera gel, which you can use to make various nourishing creams.

Aloe vera shampoo – recipe

For one of the simplest recipes for this shampoo, you need: aloe vera gel and some mild or natural shampoo. You just mix equal parts of these liquids and use as a regular shampoo to enhance its action and get 2 in 1 – both shampoo and conditioner.

In the second recipe, you use: liquid castile soap, aloe vera gel, glycerin and vegetable oil (can be regular, but better nourishing ones like olive or jojoba).

If you use the gel directly from the plant, you need to cut the leaf lengthwise and remove the gel from the leaf with a spoon. Mix 60 ml of liquid soap and aloe vera gel, then add 1 teaspoon of glycerin and a few drops of vegetable oil to the mixture. You pour the mixture into a jar or plastic bottle, and you can use the shampoo every day, you only need to shake it before use. This shampoo is especially good for dry hair.

For shampoo with teas, prepare: 2 cups of slightly stronger tea (from plants such as chamomile, nettle, rosemary, calendula, yarrow, lavender, mint, …), 180 ml of liquid castile soap, 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel, half a teaspoon of olive or jojoba oils (omit this ingredient if you have oily hair) and essential oils for fragrance (optional).

Lightly add castile soap to the prepared cooled tea and mix, add the other ingredients as well. Mix well, then keep in a plastic bottle. Shake before use. It can stand for a few days at room temperature, but it is better to keep it in the refrigerator. If you use ordinary distilled water instead of tea, you can keep the shampoo out of the refrigerator.

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