5 Aloe Vera Treatments to Strengthen Your Hair

Although you could take advantage of the benefits of aloe vera gel on its own, by combining it with other products, you enhance its properties and achieve greater effects to strengthen your hair.
5 Aloe Vera Treatments to Strengthen Your Hair

Last update: 08 October, 2020

Aloe vera gel and extract are ingredients in many cosmetic products designed to strengthen hair, hydrate the skin, etc. As a result, people tend to see aloe vera as an ally for beauty.

Its active compounds boost the effects of many beauty products to make them more effective.

That’s why, today, we’re going to show you five great recipes to take advantage of how great aloe vera gel is for strengthening your hair from roots to tips. Are you ready to discover them? Take note!

Aloe vera and coconut oil treatment for your hair

The combination of aloe vera’s moisturizing and repairing powers with the essential fatty acids of coconut oil makes for an excellent strengthening and revitalizing treatment for damaged, dry hair.

Its antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals deeply nourish the scalp, along with promoting healthy hair growth. At the same time, it provides shininess and softness.

Coconut oil.


  • 3 tablespoons of aloe vera gel (45 g).
  • 2 tablespoons of coconut oil (30 g).


  • Put the aloe vera in a container and blend with the coconut oil until well-mixed.
  • Separate your hair into several chunks and spread the treatment on from roots to tips.
  • Cover it all with a shower cap and let sit for an hour.
  • Rinse like usual.

Aloe vera and honey treatment

Honey is a food that can help hydrate and fortify your hair. When you add that to the nutrients in aloe vera, you get a combination that can help protect your hair from dryness and keep it from falling out too much.

In fact, it’s one of the best options for reinvigorating greasy hair. This is because it regulates the natural production of oil without interfering with the activity of sebaceous glands.


  • 3 tablespoons of aloe vera gel (45 g).
  • 3 tablespoons of honey (75 g).


  • This treatment method is similar to the previous one. Combine the aloe vera gel with the honey in a container.
  • Massage it into your hair.
  • Be sure you cover all of your hair, let it sit for 20 minutes, and rinse.
  • Apply up to three times a week to get good results.

Aloe vera and egg treatment

Egg proteins mixed with the hydrating powers of aloe vera make a revitalizing treatment for people who have issues with excessive hair loss.

Its absorption into hair follicles deeply nourishes hair strands, while at the same time strengthening them and naturally encouraging growth.

At the same time, they both control excess oil production and leaves your locks shiny and soft.


  • 4 tablespoons of aloe vera gel (60 g).
  • 1 egg.


  • Beat an egg and mix with the aloe vera gel.
  • Once well-mixed, spread onto your hair and let sit for 30 minutes.
  • Wash with your favorite shampoo, rinse, and repeat three times a week.

Aloe vera and clay treatment

aloe vera and clay

If you mix it with clay and a little olive oil, you can make an exfoliating hair mask that will remove the dead skin cells that build up on your hair.

Its application contributes to improved oxygenation of hair follicles while controlling hair loss and encouraging hair growth. It’s also great for managing excess oil and dandruff.


  • 6 tablespoons of aloe vera gel (90 g).
  • 1 tablespoons of green clay (10 g).
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil (16 g).


  • Similar to the previous products, put all the ingredients into a container and mix until you get a creamy paste.
  • Smooth over your hair and let sit for 30 minutes.
  • Rinse well with water and apply once a week.

What else can you do to strengthen your hair?

Aloe vera is a plant that can contribute to hair care. However, you must remember that its use, on its own, won’t do anything. Therefore, if you’re considering including it in your beauty routine, do it, but don’t neglect other habits.

To strengthen your hair, in addition to preparing and applying these natural treatments we discussed here, it’s essential for you to eat healthy and maintain good hydration every day. Only then will you be able to have beautiful hair.

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