Hair Recipes to Try

Hair Recipes to Try – Homemade Aloe Deep Conditioner (Very Moisturizing)

Buenas Bellas,

Simple yet effective.

Many thanks to NATURAL HAIR WOMAN for posting this recipe, please click here to go to her site  :D

* Homemade Aloe Deep Conditioner (Very Moisturizing) *

Ingredients Needed:

  • 1/4 Cup of Aloe Gel 
  • 1/4 Cup of Extra Virgin Coconut Oil or Olive Oil
  1. Mix all ingredients well until smooth.
  2. Apply to washed hair and leave it in for 30 minutes under a hooded dryer.
  3. Detangle then rinse thoroughly.

* You can add honey and avocado to the recipe for even more moisture *

5 STAR RATING!!!! Works beautifully on my tresses, not only adds needed oil to strands but the gel helps in the detangling process. You can use it as a leave in, I do, because these ingredients are way too good to wash out and instead of a dryer, just put on a plastic cap then cover with a thick towel, that should generate more than enough heat especially in the summer 😀

❤ Thank you for reading Bellas & to the site, Natural Hair Woman for posting these Jewels  

“Isle of  Azure”

9 thoughts on “Hair Recipes to Try – Homemade Aloe Deep Conditioner (Very Moisturizing)”

  1. Hey Hun! Question, what kind of Aloe Vera Gel do you use? Is it the same gel used fir sunburn? The last time I bought some I got it from GNC and it was more liquidy instead of gel like. Before I buy more I wanted to clarify.

    1. Hi Doll,
      For this recipe I use 100% Natural Aloe Vera straight from the plant. If you cannot find it anywhere close, than another option is Fruit of the Earth – Aloe Vera 100% Gel or NO-AD Aloe After Sun Gel, works for me 😀 those work beautifully for my tresses, great hold but no white flakes or that hard gel feeling. There is another one I purchased but have not used yet, when I do, will do a post about how it works 🙂 thanks for asking.

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