Aloe Vera Hair Gel – Recipe

It is over a year now that my husband uses my Aloe Vera Hair Gel and he is very happy with it, but I never thought it would be interesting to post about it… until today ๐Ÿ™‚

The recipe is really fool-proof-easy and it makes a good hair gel, which won’t become white if you brush through your hair after it dries up, the hairs stay in shape but don’t look glued!
It is also good if you have long hair and you want to give them proteins: use it in small amount on wet hair (just after you wash them) and then dry them as you are used to. In this case it doesn’t keep the shape but makes the hair shiny and in a month or two they look much more healthy and they feel stronger ๐Ÿ™‚ (this is my experience).

DIY Aloe Vera Hair Gel

There are three methods depending on your starting point:

Method 1: if you have Aloe Vera Juice you are going to use it instead of water (substitute the water of the recipe with the juice! ๐Ÿ™‚ )

Method 2: if you have the concentrated Aloe Vera Powder (1:200) you will make the gel with glycerin, xanthan gum and water and then add the 0.5% Aloe Vera powder to your gel (it will melt immediately ๐Ÿ˜‰ ).

Method 3: FOOL-PROOF! You can even use a bought Aloe Vera Gelย (just make sure the Aloe Vera amount is at least around 95%! Run away from any “10% Aloe Vera Gel”) and add to it the other ingredients of this recipe (of course leaving out the xanthan gum, the glycerin and the water… easy no? :D). This method also works if you have your already homemade Aloe Vera Gel which you read in this post. In case the gel is too liquid, you can add a little bit of xanthan gum to have a more firm gel ๐Ÿ˜‰

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