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FAQ: How to Use Aloe Vera Gel for Hair

The beauty industry's best-kept secret for super moisturized strands.

Aloe vera gel is widely known in the beauty community as an easy and effective emollient, one that traps moisture in your skin and locks it in. It’s no surprise then that its benefits extend to your scalp as well: One of the most frequently asked questions we hear as hair and beauty experts is how to use aloe vera gel for hair. It’s easier than you might think and will likely become one of your go-to ways to moisturize your scalp and hair at the same time. If you’re curious about how to use aloe vera gel for hair, then read on:

How to Use Aloe Vera Gel for Hair

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Prepare yourself for the silkiest strands of your life.

While there are many D.I.Y. options for ways to incorporate aloe vera gel into your beauty routine, one of the easiest ways is to invest in products that have aloe vera gel as one of their key ingredients. By opting for household products like aloe vera gel shampoo and conditioner that you’re going to be using on a regular basis anyway, you can add extra moisture into your routine without wasting any extra time sourcing and extracting the actual ingredients yourself. As if you need any more reasons to opt for these products, it’s important to note that aloe vera gel contains a vast amount of amino acids and proteolytic enzymes that contribute to a healthy scalp and healthy hair growth. What’s not to like?

If you’re in the market for an aloe vera gel shampoo and conditioner then you’ll want to consider TRESemmé Botanique Detox & Restore Shampoo and TRESemmé Botanique Detox & Restore Conditioner. This duo is built to nourish your scalp and your strands with a careful balance of coconut milk and aloe vera gel. When you use these two products together, you’ll be amazed by how soft and nourished your hair feels.

If you’re looking for an extra dose of moisture you can always follow up with TRESemmé Botanique Moisture Nourish & Replenish Mist. This lightweight mist is free of parabens, dyes and silicones, and is also infused with that gentle balance of coconut milk and aloe vera gel. The shampoo, conditioner and mist in this line are all safe for color-treated hair and are a great option if you’re looking for ways to moisturize your dried-out strands.

Looking for more ways to add softness to your strands? Check out our roundup of the 5 best shampoos for soft hair that provide long-lasting results.

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