Before the advent of modern shampoos, Aloe Vera Juice was used with remarkable results in many traditional cultures for cleansing the hair, as a hair set and hair conditioner. The Mayans captured the benefits of Aloe juice by wetting their hair at night with pure, undiluted juice, allowing it to dry overnight, and rinsing in the morning, reportedly adding luster, richness, and manageability to the hair. Aloe Vera has been used by Native Americans, Indians and many in the Caribbean to promote healthy hair and prevent hair loss. Aloe’s positive effects on the skin are well known, and likewise it can help the scalp by healing it and balancing the pH level of the scalp while cleansing the pores....aloe vera juice iz also supposed 2 b really good taken internally 2 remove the toxinz that r n the body...i have yet 2 try that, there 4 i can't really confirm or deny that statement....but the George'z brand iz the kind 2 the left that i purchased @ the vitamin shoppe about a month ago 4 like maybe $6 or $7 buckz....it waz a 32oz bottle, & i thought it waz a reasonable price 4 the amount u get....now despite itz *healing* qualitiez & wat not, thiz 2 waz something else i bought on a recommendation from some 1 who usez it n a moisturizing mix....2 b quite honest, thiz iz similar 2 H20 & there really isnt n e thing moisturizing about it....it driez out eventually just like H20, so unlezz ur adding something 2 it, say like glycerin 2 give it an actual *kick*, then ur not gonna get n e moisture from it by itself....i dont really use thiz 4 my moisturizer mix, i use the 100% aloe vera gel with glycerin....but um, once thiz bottle iz gone, i will not b buying thiz garbage again.
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