Aloe Vera is such a versatile ingredient that growing an aloe plant at your home makes sense. Pure aloe vera gel helps moisturize your skin and hair, soothe sunburns and other skin irritations.
However, since it is not possible for everyone to grow a plant, store-bought aloe vera gels are the next best options available.
If you are my regular leader, you may already know that I am a huge fan of Skincare Villa’s powder cleansers. I have used their Lavender and Oats Almond variant in the past and keep trying new ones at every chance I get.
So yet again when she launched a new Aloe Cleanser variant, I ordered it right away. Here is my detailed review after using the Skincare Villa Aloe Cleanser for almost a month.
We are all familiar with the numerous benefits of aloe vera on skin and hair. But I also thought it wouldn’t suffice my oily skin needs. But while I was looking for a good night cream, I found some people were using aloe vera at night for oily skin and saw some great results.
So I decided to try it too. I am currently using Bon organics Aloe vera gel and here’s my complete experience using it.
I have always had thick long hair without any hairfall issues since childhood, thanks to regular oil champis my mom used to do every Sunday night. But when I entered college I started blow drying and ironing and did not oil my hair anymore.
And within a year my hair became a dry frizzy mess. I started oiling again and switched to Tresemme climate control shampoo and conditioner and within months my hair was back to its original state (or so I thought due to the silicone effect).
I had been using it for almost 5 years and was happy with it until I read about the effects of sulfates and other chemicals on hair and decided to switch to another shampoo. My search finally narrowed down to Bon Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo.