Some of you have been asking me to do a DIY addressing the issues above so here it is.
So first we will be using:
- Aloe Vera Gel Plant- Aloe Vera is a great natural moisturizer for the skin so this can help treat dandruff, dry and flaky scalp and any scalp issues you may have and it also can help reduce sebum or excess oils on the scalp and Aloe Vera also promotes hair growth. If you don’t have an Aloe Vera plant or if it is not accessible to you then you can always use the product down below as a substitute.
2. Tea Tree Oil-This is great for treating itchy scalp, dandruff, lice, psoriasis on the scalp, it stimulates blood flow also encourages hair growth and it prevents hair loss. it promotes a healthy scalp because it has some anti bacterial properties that can help prevent any scalp infections that can sometimes hinder your hair to grow. What I am using here is a ready-made one by the way if you want to go for the just the pure tea tree oil, you will have dilute it with another carrier oil because tea tree oil it is an essential oil so you can’t put that directly on your scalp, but if you don’t want the hassle of doing that you simply get a ready-made one like the one I am using.
- If you are using the Aloe Vera plant remove the thorny sides of the Aloe Vera leaf and then remove the top part if the skin and then scrap out the Aloe Vera gel.
- In a blender combined both the Aloe Vera gel and the Tea Tree Oil make sure to blend it properly because you don’t want any Aloe Vera bits to get stuck on your hair. You can use a strainer if you want to be sure.
- After that you can store it in any container that you’d like.
And once you do that it will look something like this.
How to use it:
- You can use this every other day or in times to where your scalp feels dry.
- Do not put too much of it so that your scalp is not going to become oily.
- Focus this on your scalp alone not your hair.