This Aloe Vera oil has multiple benefits and it can be used on hair and skin for treating hair loss, scars, stretch marks, sunburn and for promoting hair growth. Making Aloe Vera oil at home is very easy and can be done in a matter of minutes but only the soaking part takes time. This Aloe Vera oil is a must for mothers who have young children at home as they heal small wounds and scars very quickly.
Aloe Vera is very gentle on the skin and can be used for all skin types. I used to massage my son with fresh Aloe Vera when he was just a few months old as he had very dry skin. Aloe Vera is perfectly called wound healing plant as it is famous for treating small burns and cuts. I have used coconut oil to make this Aloe Vera oil as coconut oil also has healing properties.
This oil keeps well for years together if stored away from moisture. Also try using only pure unrefined coconut oil to make this Aloe Vera oil for best results. You can make a big batch of this oil and use it year round and it is ideal both for adults and for children.
To make this Aloe Vera oil, take a fresh Aloe Vera leaf and cut of the thorns on both sides of the leaf. Wipe the greenish juice with a tissue and cut it into very small pieces. Take the cut Aloe Vera in a dark bottle and top it with coconut oil till it is full immersed. Keep it in a cool, dark place for 2 months. Strain and your homemade Aloe Vera oil is ready!
Aloe Vera Oil Benefits:
1. For Acne & Acne Scars:
2. For Hair Growth:
3. For Stretch Marks:
4. For Eczema:
5. For Sunburn:
Aloe Vera Oil Side Effects:
DIY How to Make Aloe Vera Oil For Hair & Skin
1. Cut a fresh Aloe Vera leaf from the plant. When you cut the leaf from the plant, you will find slimy green juice on the surface of the leaf. Wipe away the juice completely with a tissue.
2. Cut the thorns from the sides of the leaf and cut into small pieces.
3. Add the cut pieces into a dark bottle. Add the virgin coconut oil to the cut pieces, till the pieces are fully immersed.
4. Close the bottle tightly. Keep it in a dark place for at least 2 months. Strain and your homemade Aloe Vera oil is ready!
- Use only fresh Aloe Vera leaf.
- Don’t wash the leaf in water, use only a tissue or a soft cloth to clean it.
- Use a dark colored bottle to store the Aloe Vera oil.
- Keep it away from sunlight when storing it.