Applying aloe to your scalp is a nourishing and soothing treatment for all scalp issues. Add a few drops of essential oils for an added bonus.
This easy to make homemade hair mask recipe allows you to tackle both dandruff and dry scalp at the same time, while leaving your hair smelling great.
Shelf Life: 6 months
Benefits: In addition to being rich in scalp nourishing vitamins and minerals; aloe is an anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal (dandruff), hydrating (dry scalp), and has cleansing elements that help to break down product build up.
Lavender oil soothes dry skin, and tea tree is antibacterial and anti-fungal, making it the perfect oil for combating dandruff.
Tips and Tricks: Store this in the fridge to extend shelf life and to add a soothing, cooling element to the treatment.
How to Use: Massage into scalp and let sit for 20 min before shampooing.
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Watch the video below for a step-by-step tutorial for making this homemade hair mask recipe.
Homemade Hair Mask
Tools & Supplies
- Measuring Cup
- Sanitized glass jar or dropper bottle
Add aloe and essential oils together in a bowl and whisk together.
Scoop into a jar or, using a funnel, pour into a dropper bottle.
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