This is something new that I decided to add to my regimen.
I have always wanted to do this but…you know how when you’re not in need of something that’s when you actually see it around. Just when you decide to get a hold of it, it’s nowhere to be found. I don’t know if you can relate to this but this is what has been happening to me in regards to finding Aloe Vera. After months of looking for it I realized that my neighbor had it. I know you can buy it in grocery stores but….there’s no way am spending money on plants I can literally find in a bush.
Before I jump right into it, why Aloe Vera Juice on hair? It’s a natural antioxidant. If you’ve tasted it, it’s very bitter. It combats dirt from the scalp as well as the hair. It deals with product build up as well. Why would you want to miss this?
- The first thing is to wash the Aloe Vera and ensure its clean. Be careful with it as it has thorns on the side.
- Peel the sides to get rid of the thorns.
- Remove the top layer of the Aloe Vera and try as much as possible not to peel the content at the center as that is what is really needed to make the juice.
- Scrape off the content into a bowl like so;
5. Pour the content into a blender and mix it with water. (Blend)
(I didn’t use any ratio, I just eye balled it)
6. Once you have the consistency to your liking, use a strainer/sieve to remove the residue. You don’t want this as part of the juice as it will stick on your hair.
7. Pour the juice into a spray bottle. It’s ready for use.
Disclaimer though, the juice is supposed to be white-ish for lack of a better word. Not green. I blended the green outer cover with the needed content by mistake.
I’ve incorporated this juice into my L.O.C.O method. Hope you try it too. 🙂
Lots Of Love