How to ‘skinify’ your hair care routine using aloe vera

Here are some tips and tricks to solve your common hair problems

We are always looking for organic products that will help nourish our skin. We tend to put so much effort into skin care that we sometimes forget that our hair needs as much tender loving care as any part of our body. The good news is that one of the trusted holy grails for the skin can also be just what you need to liven up your hair!

‘Skinification’ of the hair is one of the most famous trends right now where formula and ingredients traditionally used for skin care products are now being used for the hair. One skin care item that would serve as the perfect example for this is aloe vera. It has been used throughout the years for its revitalizing properties and wide range of benefits. In case you didn’t know, it can also bring nourishment to dull and brittle hair while also stimulating hair growth.
Hair Care Tips

Here are some aloe vera-based products that you should try for every hair concern:

FOR HAIR GROWTH PROBLEMS
If you want lush hair growth, AloeDerma’s Aloe Hair Tonic is for you. Made from 99.8% certified organic aloe vera extract, this has the enzymes that can revitalize your hair and scalp to prevent hair fall and promote hair growth. All you need to do is apply the tonic directly on to your scalp and massage gently right after shampooing.
AloeDerma’s Aloe Hair Tonic

FOR DAMAGED HAIR CAUSED BY COLORING OR BLOW-DRYING
AloeDerma’s Hair Treatment is what you need to keep your hair from going dry especially after repeated coloring sessions and constant blow-drying. Formulated with 80% organic aloe vera extract & crambe abyssinica seed oil,  this treatment deeply moisturizes and nourishes hair, while keeping it soft and smooth. It’s very easy to use too, just apply to your hair after shampooing and massage gently. Leave on for one to five minutes then rinse thoroughly. For even better results, you can use this 3 to 4 times a week.
AloeDerma shampoo, conditioner, hair treatment

FOR FLAKING AND DANDRUFF
This especially happens when you have product residue on your hair. AloeDerma’s Aloe Nourishing Shampoo, made with 70% organic aloe extract,  effectively cleanses the scalp and helps prevent dandruff, while moisturizing and nourishing your hair from root to tip. With constant use, you can be assured to have strong, lustrous, and healthy looking locks.

FOR HAIR FALL OR STRAND BREAKAGE
Constant tugging, brushing, and chemical treatments can break or damage your hair, which is why you need AloeDerma’s Aloe Nourishing Hair Conditioner for maintenance. Containing 86% organic aloe vera extract, it provides rich nourishment that will strengthen your hair, keeping it smooth and elastic. Even more, this perfectly complements Aloe Derma’s nourishing shampoo so you can have the best hair experience yet!
AloeDerma shampoo and conditioner

Aloe vera really does bring a lot of wonders to our hair. Good thing, AloeDerma made it easier for us to enjoy the natural benefits of an aloe plant as their products only use fresh and organic juice produced through a cold press technology which ensures that the extract retains all the 220 vitamins, minerals, and amino acids in an aloe vera.

Get your very own AloeDerma products now available at Watsons, SM Supermarket, Mercury Drug, Robinsons, Lazada, Shopee, and many more! You can also visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AloDermaPH/ for updates on their latest products and follow their Instagram at @alodermaph! Choose to have your #BestHairYet!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “How to ‘skinify’ your hair care routine using aloe vera

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  1. Try ko nga po ito.. tagal ko ng may problem sa dandruff at hair fall.. baka makatulong ito sa akin dahil aloe vera made kaya talagang natural..

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