Last Updated on March 18, 2021 by Devin Greenfield

Aloe Vera Hair RegrowthAloe vera is a short-stemmed plant about up to 1 meter tall with thick green leaves. It is sometimes called medicinal aloe. And that’s more than appropriate, as aloe vera has been associated with traditional medicine since ancient times. Due to its healing, soothing and moisturizing effect it has been used to treat various skin conditions such as cuts, burns, skin inflammations and infections, scrapes, etc. Aloe vera has become quite popular in organic cosmetics as well.

Though there are no thorough scientific studies, aloe vera has proven to be beneficial for many balding men and women. It can considerably improve the condition of one’s scalp and hair, as well as it is an effective natural hair loss treatment. Native Americans, Indians and Caribbeans have been using this product for many centuries to prevent hair loss and promote natural hair regrowth. And you can rarely see people of these cultures who are balding or have a poor hair condition.

Indeed, the properties of aloe vera make it a safe and effective remedy for natural hair regrowth:

  • Aloe vera increases blood circulation in the scalp and hair follicles;
  • It nourishes hair shafts and follicles with vitamins and minerals which are essential for hair growth;
  • It moisturizes the scalp and balances its pH level;
  • It has an antibacterial effect soothing skin inflammations and fighting excessive sebum production in the scalp.

Aloe vera as an effective solution for natural hair growth is often added into organic shampoos and conditioners. Basically, they are manufactured with the use of natural components and don’t contain alcohol, petroleum and other artificial additives. You can also make a natural shampoo with aloe vera on your own. Just mix some aloe vera gel or lotion with coconut milk and essential oil that you like (jojoba, almond, rose, etc.) and apply it on your scalp on a regular basis. It’s good to rub the shampoo in the scalp and keep it for some time to restore its pH level, increase blood circulation and promote natural hair regrowth.

You can also use aloe vera alone to treat hair thinning. Some believe that such use of the plant is more beneficial as you can get more out of its healing properties. This is more than true if you grow the plant at home instead of buying some commercial aloe vera product and take the fresh gel from its leaves just before you apply it. Use the gel on the balding areas of the scalp to regrow hair naturally. Aloe vera is also good for treating seborrhea, dandruff, psoriasis, scalp and hair dryness, so you will certainly want to apply it on your whole scalp and hair as well.

Below you will find some aloe vera for hair growth reviews. Also feel free to submit your feedback if you have also tried and had a success with this natural hair loss remedy.

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3 thoughts on “Hair Regrowth with Aloe Vera

  1. I’ve used Aloe Vera for many cures in the past but have never heard of it being a treatment for hair loss. Your article has come along in a very timely fashion for me!!

  2. I need to know how to use this product to grow my hair, it is thinning in the top and I keep cutting it so its not noticeable, but I would like to grow my hair back. where can I buy aloe vera gel to treat my scalp.

  3. Wow, that works like a charm for me and here’s my review of aloe vera for hair growth. I started using it consistently and systematically about 7 months ago. What I’ve been doing is every 2 or 3 days I cut a fresh aloe vera leaf and collect the juice (or rather gel) in a tablespoon. Then I rub it thoroughly into my scalp with massaging movements for about 3-5 minutes, then leave it for about half an hour. Then rinse it, I don’t use any shampoo. Sometimes I simply leave aloe gel on my scalp for the rest of the day. I’ve notice a significant improvement in the way how my hair looks and feels. Much thicker and stronger! Scalp dryness and signs of seborrhea are also gone. I’ve even planted a few aloe vera plants in the pots at home just for that. I would certaily recommend to try aloe vera for natural hair growth, it works wonders:)

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