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Benefits Of Aloe Vera Juice Or Gel For Hair & How To Use It In 5 Ways?

Benefits Of Aloe Vera Juice Or Gel For Hair & How To Use It In 5 Ways?
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Hey Guys,

Tried using aloe vera in your hair care routine yet?

I love using aloe vera in my hair care and skin care routine. I usually extract fresh aloe vera gel or grind the gel with water to make juice that is less sticky or just buy the aloe vera gel or juice from the market.

I usually use Aloe vera for treating my dandruff, hair loss, frizzy hair, treating dull hair, hair growth and what not. Today, I will share some of my favorites tried and tested aloe vera masks for hair and why you should be using aloe vera juice/gel for hair.

Benefits of Aloe Vera Juice For Hair

Benefits of aloe vera juice or gel For Hair

How To Use Aloe Vera Juice Or Gel For Hair In 5 Different Ways?

benefits of aloe vera juice for hair

  • Aloe vera for hair loss
  • Aloe vera for hair growth
  • Aloe vera for dandruff and itchy scalp
  • Aloe vera as deep conditioning treatment
  • Aloe vera as leave in conditioner

How to Use Aloe Vera For Dandruff and Itchy Scalp?

Aloe vera is one of those amazing gifts of nature that helps in maintaining the PH level of our scalp. It’s rich anti-bacterial properties actually help in treating dandruff from its root cause. It also helps in reducing the product buildup on your scalp and hair shafts. Basically, it detoxifies your scalp and treats your dandruff effectively.

For this You will need:


Take 3 tsp of freshly extracted aloe vera juice or gel and apply it on to your scalp.

Now take a bowl and mix 3 tsp coconut oil and add 5 drops of tea tree oil to it. Now apply this oil on your scalp and hair length and massage it really well. Leave it overnight. The next morning you can simply shampoo and condition as usual.

This will ensure that the aloe vera will work on your dandruff overnight. It helps in not only treating your dandruff well but also soothing your itchy scalp. This mask works really great if you have severe dandruff, dermatitis, psoriasis or irritated scalp.

Also Read: How to Get Rid Off Dandruff and Hair Fall? – Reader’s Query + My Solution!

How To Use Aloe Vera For Hair Growth?

Aloe Vera effectively stimulates blood circulation which helps in triggering your hair growth. I have been using aloe vera for my hair since I was a little girl and can vouch for its hair growth properties.

For this You will need:


Take 3 tsp of aloe vera juice or gel in a bowl.

Now add 2 Tsp of castor oil and 5 drops of lavender oil.

Mix these well and massage this mask onto your scalp. Leave overnight. Shampoo and condition next morning. Do this twice a week and you will see improvement in your hair growth within a month.

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How To Use Aloe Vera For Hair Loss And Frizzy Hair?

How To Use Aloe Vera Juice For Hair Fall-

Aloe vera helps in This is one of my favorite recipes when it comes to hair loss and frizzy hair.

For this You will need:


Soak fenugreek seeds overnight.

Grind it and make a smooth paste.

Add aloe vera to it and mix everything well.

Now strain this mask using a muslin cloth.

You can refer here for more details on aloe vera and fenugreek hair mask. Using this mask weekly will definitely control your hair loss and will give you silky smooth hair. I use it when the weather makes my hair frizzy or I start losing more hair than before.

Do Read: How to Stop Excessive Hair Fall – My Story + FREE Printable!

How To Use Aloe Vera For Deep Conditioning Treatment?

Aloe vera works as a very effective deep conditioning treatment for your hair. You should always do a deep conditioning at least once every month. This will help to make your hair healthier inside out.

For this You will need:

  • Aloe vera gel
  • Honey


Take equal quantity of aloe vera and honey in a bowl and whip a smooth mask.

Now apply this mask on your hair and scalp and leave it on for 25 minutes.

Rinse it off with normal water and follow with shampoo and conditioner.

Doing this mask weekly will definitely give you smoother and healthier hair. Your hair will slowly become straight too.

Don’t Forget to Check Out: How to Moisturize Extremely Dry Hair at Home?: Reader’s Query + My Solution!

How To Use Aloe Vera As Leave-in Conditioner?

Aloe vera is one of the ingredients that will not only treat your dry hair and make your hair softer, smoother and silkier. This is one of my all time favorite leave in conditioner recipes.

For this You will need:


Take 3tsp  aloe vera juice and add 1 tsp argan oil, 1 tbsp jojoba oil and mix everything well.

Now apply this mask after you wash your hair as a leave in conditioner.

This will not only work as a leave in conditioner, make your hair more manageable but will also add a beautiful shine to your hair.

I usually use freshly extracted aloe vera for all the above homemade aloe vera hair masks but you can use either aloe vera juice or even store bought aloe vera gel. Hope you like these homemade aloe vera masks. Have you tried any of these aloe vera for hair recipes yet? Do you have any of your own that works? Do share it in our Facebook group.

See you soon with a lot of home remedies, hair care tips and solutions to Reader’s Queries.

Have a lovely day!!!

  1. Use kalonji oil or fenugreek oil for oiling. It will help in dandruff as well as hair fall. Follow it up with steam and wash with sls free shampoo. Since you have dry hair, make sure you use a conditioner that has natural oils or glycerin listed as its active ingredient. Then do Fenugreek rinse and finish off with argan oil as your hair serum. And if you can try using egg and lemon hair mask or fenugreek hair mask.

    Along with it, you can check out dandruff removal tips and hair regrowth tips for more hacks for faster results.Hope this helps 🙂

  2. Devyani Deshka says:

    Di I have dandruff and losing a lot of hair. Can u tell what I use. My hair are dry and scalp is dry too. And my hairs are white too and Aloe vera is very sticky please tell something else. I want to try new thing

  3. Netra says:

    ALoe vera is seriously the best

  4. Heena says:

    Pretty! This was an extremely wonderful post. I am gonna try the aloe oil you shared.Thanks for providing these details.

  5. Whiley says:

    I love your blog gurl!

  6. DavisB says:

    Loving your hair babe 🙂

  7. Mili says:

    Should I use aloe vera juice from store I hate the sticky mess

  8. freshly extracted aloe vera juice

  9. Chanchal says:

    my mom drinks aloe vera juie. I used to think its yuk but now after reading your post i will use it too

  10. Geeta says:

    please tell how to stop split end

  11. Ervin says:

    which aloe vera juice u use

  12. Della says:

    i like using store bought aloe vera, plnt is ery messy

  13. Donny Zelechowski says:

    I am often to blogging and i really appreciate your content. This detailed article on aloe vera has really peaks my interest. I am going to bookmark your site and keep checking for new information.

  14. Abdul Haseeb says:

    Fab Article and your writing style is just saying you did very hard work

  15. animal onesies target says:

    Appreciate the recommendation. Will try it out.

  16. Josphine Kleffner says:

    Most helpful post on aloe vera , thanks for putting up.

  17. That is so amazing of you. I love people who take care of their hair

  18. Gracy says:

    ALoe vera is very gud. i apply it every month

  19. there are infinite ways you can use this amazing ingredient. Don’t be afraid to experiment

  20. cc says:

    I never knew you ca use aloe vera in so many ways

  21. Awww…TYSM. I am flattered 🙂

  22. Depends on the brand and ingredients it contains. But using freshly extracted works best.

  23. Radhika says:

    I use aloe vera gel that is from market. Does it work just as good?

  24. RB says:

    I just love your website Nimisha.

  25. I am glad, I could help!

  26. Fin09 says:

    BEcause of you, Istarted using aloe vera and fenugreek hair mask. My hairfall is now considerablystopped. Ty.

  27. Yes, usually you should strain all your hair masks before applying. I did the same mistake of not straining my banana mask the first time I applied it. Take care the next time hun!

  28. I love its effects on my hair too.

  29. Hey, thanks for sharing your recipe. I bet it would be very soothing because of the lavender essential oil. And yes, you can definitely skip jojoba oil or replace it with rosehip oil but jojoba oil actually works great.

  30. Ritika says:

    I have been using aloe vera and honey hair mask for years. I love it.

  31. Namita says:

    You have a fine way of describing. I make my own aloe vera leave in conditioner. I take aloe vera gel, add lavender essential oil and whip them nicely. It does work for me but gonna give your diy a try too. Can I skip or replace jojoba oil with anything else?

  32. mona says:

    I just bought aloe vera. I am gonna give these recipes a try.

  33. Jeannette says:

    I made the fenugreek seeds hair mask and forgot to strain it and the little chunks took a lot of time to come out. But loved how silky my hair hair felt after that mask.

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