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.
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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.
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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.

5 comments:

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 in...you always brighten my day!!

Blessings and peace,

Jackie:-)

Shinade said...

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

http://shinade.blogspot.com/

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 sis...it really works...dito kasi kinakain ang aloe vera...hehhe..sa pinas never heard na kinakain ang aloevera....hahhaha!

Thanks for sharing sis...keep us posted....am 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.