What Aloe Vera ISN’T:
Nowadays, it seems that every product that wants to appear healthy and beneficial, include the words “Aloe Vera” on its packaging. Even the tissue companies found a way to add it to their labels! Therefore, we need to pause for thought and THINK for a second…do we really need a miniscule drop of Aloe Vera in our tissue?
On a more serious note, when we are searching for pure Aloe Vera or products containing pure Aloe Vera, we really need to be careful and read the ingredient labels. We might end up with something that may even cause us harm. One well-known company claims to sell 100% Aloe Vera Gel. After reading the ingredient label, you might be shocked to see that it is not 100% Aloe Vera Gel at all, but : (company) Aloe Vera, 100% Gel. Does this make a difference? You bet it does! This product is a gel that contains Aloe Vera and many harmful chemical additives. One ingredient was even banned in Europe for being a known carcinogen!
Aloe Vera contains many healthy hair benefits especially when combined with wheat germ oil and almond oil, added to Bhringraj. As we shared in the previous post, this “recipe” is found in every bottle of Imbue® Natural Conditioner by Saba Botanicals of USA. It is an herbal formula containing plant extracts from Bhringraj combined with, Aloe Vera, Wheat germ oil and Almond oil. This mixture will only help to revitalize and nourish your hair and scalp.
Personally, I have thyroid disease, along with PCOS -two conditions known to cause thinning hair, and my hair loves Imbue® Natural Conditioner. I use it many times just by itself as a co-wash or I follow up my Imbue® Natural Shampoo with it. I use Lustrous Henna® to cover my grays and condition my hair too. My hair always feels softer and I’ve found that my hair is actually thicker. My husband even commented the same.
If you suffer hair fall or hair thinning, then perhaps you’ll achieve similar results in your own experience using this healthy hair "recipe".
I just wanted to tell you how much I LOVE the Lustrous henna. I've been using it for about 2 years now, and I will never go back to the chemical dyes, for many reasons.
Getting my long hair dyed in a salon cost me well over $100. When I tried to be more economical and do it myself, I would still have to buy two bottles of dye, not to mention processing agents, and special conditioners, and then color safe shampoos and conditioners for after. I have used color safe products and non-color safe products with the Lustrous Henna, and there is no difference, it doesn't really fade. And at $6.99 per pack (I only need 1 pack for my hair), the price can't be beat.
Also, even when I went to a salon, my hair would fade to an ugly, mustardy brown after only 2 weeks to a month. With Lustrous Henna, I dye my hair about once every 3 months, and even when it fades, it fades to a very nice, dark shade (I use the black and the mahogany). In fact, the only reason I know it's faded at all is because my grays start showing. Which brings me to another point. My grays are interspersed throughout my hair, and the henna dyes them a lighter shade than the rest of my hair, which just ends up looking like really pretty highlights. And the fact that it does absolutely NO damage to my hair is the icing on the cake.
I love this stuff, please never stop selling it! I will never go back to chemical dyes ever again.
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