Friday, March 6, 2009

Aloe Vera in a Pouch

When I was still in the Philippines, I had a plant aloe vera in a pot. It was my friend who gave it to me. (Oh, I miss my friend.) After few months, it grows and multiply so greatly that I had to get another five pots to replant them. And as of the time I left Philippines, I had 20 pots in all. I gave away some of them, too.
I used to treat my hair with aloe vera every 2 weeks. I squeezed them and spread them on to my hair and scalp. Cover my hair with a clean cloth for an hour. Then, rinse it. I love the result. It made my hair shiny, healthy and the best part was, it increased the growth than usual.
Right here in Michigan, I can't find the same aloe vera that I used to. Theirs is very thin and small. But at one time, I was in an Asian store, I found this one, Aloe Vera in a pouch. I wonder if I could use this just the way that I used to? And what would be the result? Well, the only thing to find out is to try this. I'll keep you updated with the result though.


Denise said...

I have never heard of this before.

Shinade said...

Hi Grace,
I have used Aloe Vera for other things but never this.

Hummm....I am going to give it a try sometime.

Of course first I need to get a plant and that's impossible for me right now.

I gave all of my plants when I started riding with my hubby in the summer time.

There was no one to take care of them.

Thanks for popping always brighten my day!!

Blessings and peace,


Shinade said...

Grace my Entrecard is at the very top on the left hand side at my other blog.

Are you using IE or firefox for a browser?

Some times in IE you can't see or drop on cards.

I hope you can find it!!:-)

dhemz said...

wow...haven't seen aloe vera in a pouch...hehehe! ang mahal naman nyan...buti pa sa pinas hinihingi lang natin yan ano....:)

I use that for dandruff treatment really works...dito kasi kinakain ang aloe pinas never heard na kinakain ang aloevera....hahhaha!

Thanks for sharing sis...keep us sure iba kasi nga d na fresh....:)

Nance said...

I have 2 pots of aloe and i heard that they are also good for wounds and skin burns but this is the first i heard of using it as hair conditioner...hmmm, maybe i will try it one day.