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Aloe Vera

Sierra Nicole
@sierra-nicole
5 years ago
28 posts
I have a plant, so what do I just pick off a piece and start putting the gel on my dreads?
updated by @sierra-nicole: 01/13/15 09:01:21PM
Jessica Ann Hughes
@jessica-ann-hughes
5 years ago
85 posts
I did that when I first started my old dreads. We have so many aloe plants in my house, and living in South Carolina, it's easy to find one outside. It's a good moisturizer. It acts as a conditioner. Also, it sort of wroks the way a wax would, but it doesn't ruin your hair. For my old dreads, it sort of locked them faster and it maintained all those scragley loose hairs.
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@soaring-eagle
5 years ago
27,406 posts

split the leaf in 2 scrape out the gel with a knife or spoon




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Iain
@iain
5 years ago
845 posts
florida is great for growing aloe too, sometimes I refrigerate the leaves so you can use them for awhile after,
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