Hi lovelies, welcome to my channel. My name
is Chinwe Juliet and today I will be showing how to make Aloe Vera Hair Oil for healthy
hair growth, thickness and volume. Aloe Vera contains enzymes that repair damaged
cells on the scalp. It reduces dandruff. It promotes hair growth and leaves natural hair
smooth and shiny. The first thing you need is to get your aloe
vera leaves from your garden if you have one. If you don’t, you can buy some from the
grocery store and it typically costs a $1.99. We proceed to cut the aloe vera from the plant
as close to the root as possible and here I am going to use two aloe vera leaves to
make this amazing oil. This quantity is enough for my hair but if
you have more hair than I do or if you want to make more than 200ml worth of oil, then
you can add more aloe vera leaves. The next step is to rinse the aloe vera one
after the other and then allow it to sit for about 10 to 15 minutes. This part is important
because it allows the yellow liquid latex to drain out. This liquid contains a natural
chemical called aloin which may cause irritations on skin If you are allergic to latex. Once that is all dried out, proceed to cut
the spikes off. There are many ways to cut out aloe vera gel but I will show you all
that in another video so don’t forget to Subscribe for more in this Aloe Vera series. Also, comment below, “Aloe Vera for Natural
Hair” as I would love to see your thoughts on this. Proceed to cut the aloe vera into little pieces
and them put them into a bowl. The SUPER SECRET ingredient in this aloe vera
oil recipe is Moringa leaves. I have the tree in my garden. Moringa leaves contain loads of vitamins and
minerals. They revive dry hair, increase blood circulation of the scalp and help boost hair
growth. I did not have a measurement but I eyeballed
it to make sure it was equal parts with the aloe vera gel. Next, I add my Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Extra
Virgin Olive Oil helps to retain moisture in hair and protect your hair against UVA/UVB
rays. You can use any brand you want but in this case I have two different brands and
I will be using the one from Sainsbury’s. I used half a cup twice, which equals one
cup and in combination with other ingredients is enough for making about 200ml. Next, we prepare our DIY double-boiler which
is placing our bowl on top of a pot with water to allow the heat to combine our ingredients. Once the colour of the Aloe Vera bits change
and the Moringa leaves look cooked, then it is time to take it off the hob and allow it
to cool. Once cooled, you will need a sterilised bottle
with a funnel to pour in your aloe vera oil, like so. I prefer spraying oils into my natural
hair so I am using a spray cover. This is what the colour looks like outside
and this is what it looks like the next day. The aloe vera oil is stable and does not separate,
so you don’t need to refrigerate. To use on your natural hair, you can use it
as a pre-poo treatment or a sealant. Don’t forget to comment, “Aloe vera for
natural hair in the comment section below.” In this case, I am prepping to wash my natural
hair so I am using this oil to pre-poo. Pre-poo means pre shampoo. I do this to infuse and
nourish my natural hair with all the amazing oil nutrients and benefits. I apply it on my natural hair and proceed
to massage my scalp. The aloe vera oil feels great! It is super silky and absorbs fast! Thank you all so much for watching. More videos
on creative ways you can use aloe vera for your natural hair, skin and more are coming
soon so please Subscribe and Share this video with your friends, family and on your social
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video from this Aloe Vera Series. Thank you all so much again
for watching. Don’t forget to give credit back to my channel and I will see you all
in my next video. Take care now, BYE!

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19 thoughts on “DIY- How To Make ALOE VERA OIL For Hair Growth”

  1. Aloe vera is GOAT for my natural hair! πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ½ I use the juice and gel and my hair and skin love it. As someone that suffers from eczema it has really been a life saver for me! Awesome DIY oil rec! Thank you so much! πŸ€—β£

  2. This looks very promising and I wish I could try it but my hair is silver/gray and this oil will stain it and give it a brassy hue. Maybe I will try as pre poo. Thanks for the information I will pass it on where/when I can.

  3. This came at the right time! I was just about to order some aloe vera oil to try for the first time – it's actually in my Amazon cart. Now that you've shown how easy it is to make it myself I will cancel the order and give this a try. Since I have aloe plants and a moringa tree growing in my yard this oil is something I could make easily. Thanks so much.

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