How to Make NATURAL homemade Aloe Vera Shampoo (to Grow hair & Treat hair loss) – Part 1 of 3

How to Preserve Natural homemade Aloe Vera Shampoo (part 2 to this video): www.youtube.com How to avoid flakes that look like dandruff, Is using Jojoba oil necessary for natural aloe vera shampoo & What about the wonderful thick lather I’m used to? (Bonus: How to make more hair care products like homemade aloe juice, homemade aloe vera conditioner and homemade aloe vera styling mousse by altering this natural aloe vera recipe) (part 3 to this video): youtu.be This natural hair care treatment not only thoroughly cleans your hair and scalp but also stops and prevents hair loss or premature baldness. It even stimulates hair growth. The benefits of the main ingredients (aloe vera and jojoba oil) are especially useful in these regards even individually. For instance, one key way in which they work is by fighting excess secretion of sebum (the cause of seborrhoea). This product is actually a home remedy that is easy and inexpensive. Apart from the above mentioned benefits, it even conditions the hair with many minerals and vitamins. This all natural product is safe enough to be used each time you wash, as frequently as you wish and for as long as you like. SUBSCRIBE TO LEARN HOW TO CARE FOR THIS PLANT AND ABOUT MORE NATURAL, NON TOXIC REMEDIES.

My personal experience with the Mirena IUD side effects (including loss of hair). youtu.be ———————————- www.TheJaneEden.blogspot.ca I was prescribed Mirena around 3 months after the birth of my third child. ‘Confounding factors’ are often cited to women who have this IUD and are experiencing problems- recent pregnancy and postpartum are among ‘confounding factors’ (AKA other reasons your hair may be falling out). For me there was a very sudden and dramatic change in my body-things that I do not, and have not experienced previously- that leaves me with no doubt that I was experiencing side effects directly related to this IUD. If you feel strongly that you’ve had adverse reactions to your Mirena Call Bayer (the producer) at 1-800-265-7382, or email them at canada.medinfo@bayer.com. You can also report adverse reactions to the Canada Vigilance Program: healthcanada.gc.ca/medeffect ———————————- You see that little ‘Subscribe’ button up in the left corner? Click it please! Blog: www.TheJaneEden.blogspot.ca Pinterest pinterest.com Stumbleupon: www.stumbleupon.com Twitter: twitter.com Fresh Endeavours Website: www.freshendeavours.ca On Facebook www.facebook.com
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50 Responses to “How to Make NATURAL homemade Aloe Vera Shampoo (to Grow hair & Treat hair loss) – Part 1 of 3”

  1. MrandMissConverted says:

    Yes it will. However, the lather will certainly NOT be as thick as that of the commercial shampoos. In fact, it has more of a slippery feel. The 3rd part of this video discusses this (and other FAQs). The links of the subsequent parts to this video are in the description of this video.

  2. honeydiamond26 says:

    will this shampoo produce any kind of lather?

  3. lesighmsfierce says:

    Hello, we grow a lot of aloe vera plants at our house. The aloe meat and the sticky substance surrounding it is not bitter at all, though. I’ve read that aloe is supposed to taste bitter, and my mother say that when shel was a child the aloe vera that she had was bitter. So, I’m just concerned that since my aloe does not taste bitter it’s beneficial properties (namely hair growth) may be compromised. Any thoughts?

  4. MrandMissConverted says:

    Absolutely!

    It is excellent for natural black hair. See also part 2 re preserving this shampoo. The link is also in the description of this video.

  5. LadySahar19 says:

    this is really good for natural hair as well.

  6. MrandMissConverted says:

    Wow, I never thought about using a juice extractor before. Interesting idea! I suppose it could work but really do not know for sure. Please let us know. Before you proceed, I would still recommend peeling it, even if you do not want to strain it. Re the oil, do not worry to use the oil, especially if your hair is not extremely dry. Otherwise, it’s not a science, try 1 or 2 drops.

  7. Silvermistlol says:

    Can I use a juice extractor to put the hole leaf of aloe? in that way it wont be necessary to strain it. And how many drops of jojoba oil its needed?

  8. MrandMissConverted says:

    Hello,

    Sorry that this happened to you. You did not do anything wrong. It is necessary to strain the shampoo after you blend it. I forgot to mention that in this video and will be addressing that matter soon.

    The white stuff is the fibrous part of the ‘gel’ inside the leaf.

  9. Jackie Maestas says:

    i tried this and when i washed my hair, there was a lot of white stuff that stuck to my hair.What did i do wrong?

  10. MrandMissConverted says:

    This is extremely rare. I should also add that, subsequent to doing this video, I realize that the workaround is rinsing off the brown liquid before using it. I now leave the aloe vera gel in my hair for extended periods of time without a problem.

    People usually test something new by putting a little on one small spot on your body.

    Let’s know how you manage!

  11. alexis strickling says:

    i watched 2 minutes to find out i can get an alergic reactoin from this

  12. MrandMissConverted says:

    MOST DEFINITELY! I got this idea from the rastafarians (who lock their hair). My addition was blending the gel versus their rubbing the gel into the hair.

    BTW, In addition to focusing on washing your hair, also concentrate on CONDITIONING your hair with aloe. Really allow it to penetrate your hairstyle. Also, do not be afraid to only lightly rinse out the final ‘wash’ (so that some remains).

    I’d heard that it might leave a reddish hue. Let’s know if this is true for you. Don’t be a stranger.

  13. Carl Jackson says:

    Hello! Thanks for this useful video. By the way, I hear a lot of people keep on talking about Zunhairex Secrets (do a search on google), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you ever tried home remedy called Zunhairex Secrets? I’ve heard several great things about it and my friend completely cure his hair loss and regrow it safely with this remedy.

  14. MrandMissConverted says:

    Yes you can. However, there really is probably no need because the aloe vera is a conditioner. You may use a less foamy, ie more watery mix of the aloe vera as a leave-in conditioner or aloe juice.

  15. hectorsalazarmacias says:

    Can yhu still conditioner

  16. MrandMissConverted says:

    Do not worry, the shampoo works fine WITHOUT oil of any kind. The oil is most useful for people with very dry hair (Afro / black hair included). However, even with very dry hair, the shampoo works well without oil.
    Let’s know how it went after you have tried without the oil.

  17. shazia paras says:

    what if i dont get jojoba oil ?

  18. MrandMissConverted says:

    Yes.

  19. sumiji888 says:

    can I add vitamin E as a preservative??

  20. MrandMissConverted says:

    @IsisJina (Show the comment) Some stores do sell entire leaves. Try sourcing that if possible.

  21. MrandMissConverted says:

    I am assuming that you mean the bottled aloe vera gel (versus the leaves that you may buy in a store).

    Having never used the bottled gels personally, I really can not say. However, I would be cautious. Check the preservatives and additives to verify whether they are what you would use in your hair. Check for recommended use. Unfortunately, I can not recommend any particular brands. Maybe others can offer suggestions?!

  22. Jina Ellis says:

    Can i use store bought Aloe Vera gel?
    

  23. MrandMissConverted says:

    You may use as much as you need to get your hair clean.

    Whatever fits into the palm of your hand about once or twice might suffice? … maybe more if your hair is longer perhaps. It’s not a science and it should be safe to use as much as you like without concern of toxicity.

  24. GeekElement says:

    Hey Guys! I just made this because I am sick of not knowing what’s in my shampoos :) I was wondering though, how much should I use after I have done this recipe. The recipe I followed from you guys only gave me a small amount. Thanks again :)

  25. MrandMissConverted says:

    Hello,
    This shampoo can double up as a conditioner for dry (black) hair. People often use aloe water as a daily or every other day spritz to moisturize the hair. You can just add more water to this to create aloe water and voila – your conditioning, pH balance moisturizer. If you are using this, do not bother to use other commercial shampoos with SLS (that are drying).

    For preservation, a few drops of rosemary or vit e oil or vit c powder work. … and keep refrigerated.

  26. Lisa Hanna says:

    The surgery is too expensive for me.Moreover, i have some hair and i dont want to lose them. My hair stylist suggested me to use ant hair loss shampoo and Ultra Nourishing Oil Treatment. I am using it and my hair loss problem finished but for the bald area on my head, i am thinking of hair transplant. I buy my products from ebay and “arganlife products.c

  27. tomt995 says:

    There is a Mirena Lawsuit going on if you have been hurt or injured. Contact them here drug-lawsuit-lawyer com

  28. Lenna Lueck says:

    Guys, completely cure your hair loss doesn’t need to be difficult (I used to think it did). I’ll give you some advice right now. Look for remedy called Zunhairex Secrets (just google it). Seriously,I finally regrow my hair and eliminated my embarrassment caused by hair loss for good by using Zunhairex Secrets.

  29. David Clifton says:

    Hey There! Thank you for this helpful video. By the way, I notice many people keep on talking about Zunhairex Secrets (search on google), but I’m not sure if it is good. Have you thought about home remedy called Zunhairex Secrets? I’ve heard many great things about it and my buddy completely cures his hair loss and regrow it safely with this remedy.

  30. TheJaneEden says:

    Thanks for your comment (and message-you should the reply in your inbox now).
    I did not use any type of product to stimulate hair growth. Especially because I’ve talked about it here, I needed to know what was going to happen on its own, without any aids (not to mention being terrified to use anything on my hair). And my hair is growing back! My whole hair line shifted back- like yours- but it’s filling in again. It was slow at first, but gets better every day with the devise removed.

  31. Jellybean01ify says:

    Hi Jane. My main hair loss is in my fringe area in the centre of my forehead, which i can really notice but of course everyone else is like its nothing thats your hair line, but it isn’t and i can’t stop starring at it! And it is very upsetting!

    I had the mirena removed about 4 weeks ago, and if anything it appears slightly worse but i am hoping now it is settling down. Has yours recovered now? Did you use anything to assist the regrowth of just let naure run its course???

  32. TheJaneEden says:

    It’s funny you mention the update- I’ve been working on that for this week! Thanks so much for watching and taking the time to comment.

  33. TheJaneEden says:

    Sorry about that! This was one of my very first videos, and it is painfully long I know.
    Previous to Mirena I used a copper IUD. It was not only effective, there were no side effects. I simply had it removed when my husband and I were ready to have our next child. I’ve tried various methods of birth control over the years and found the copper IUD to be (by far) the best.

  34. missmoodygirl126 says:

    My real question that isn’t getting answered with MOST Mirena testimonials on YouTube is: what birth control were you using before? I’m sorry if I missed it, but that’s really important!
    I’m glad you have YouTube as an outlet for your frustration, but wading through 15 minutes of video is.. really irritating and frustrating as well. I’m sorry this contraceptive didn’t work well for you! I’d be interested if you had an update post about what you’ve tried that HAS worked well!

  35. selen özdemir says:

    the most important thing to do daily to keep your hair nice and healthy is to drink atleast 2 – 3 lits. of water and have plenty of raw vegetables and fruits.To keep hair healthy, clean and soft shampoo and condition it once in 2or 3 days. Use sulfate alcohol free hair care products such as arganrain from wwww.arganrainproducts..com this product made difference on my hair.

  36. TheJaneEden says:

    I do really appreciate you taking the time to comment again, and for letting me know that you don’t mean to make me your punching bag. Truly, I appreciated that.

  37. TheJaneEden says:

    I can understand your frustration and anger. It’s not unfamiliar to me when it comes to Western medicine (although I try not to completely write it off).
    I was aware that Bayer is responsible for Mirena (and offer the information for reporting to Bayer below my video), and I invest a significant amount of time in removing bias through my own research. Since we don’t know each other, you wouldn’t have any way of knowing that about me.

  38. obeyvirtues says:

    So did I make an incorrect asumption? Or did you know that Bayer created it? All that you had to do was go to youtube and realize that other women are having problems with the device. There are plenty of them. I do apologize for being rude. It’s just everytime I turn around I stumble upon yet another way that the elite of the world are attempting to kill us. I saw a commercial for merina, got on youtube, got to the root of their evil, got upset, watched your vid, took it out on you. i’m sorry

  39. TheJaneEden says:

    If you were making an investment outside your own perspective you’d know better, but your assumptions are actually not only rude- they’re incorrect. It’s also amusing that you’re accusing someone of not being informed, but making completely incorrect assumptions with next to no information of your own.
    If you’re interested in more than posting inflammatory and disrespectful bullshit, feel free to message me.

  40. obeyvirtues says:

    Anyone that allows someone to attach something inside of their body without doing an excessive amount of research deserve what they get. Did you check out Bayer? I’m betting not. Do you like to set your camera up and talk a lot? I’m betting so. I’m sorry for being rude, but people don’t listen when you tap them on the shoulder. However, their ears usually perk up when you punch them in the face.

  41. TheJaneEden says:

    Force feeding people your beliefs with abusive language is hardly a good way to get them to listen.
    And NO woman (including me) is stupid for attempting to find effective birth control.
    Check yourself.

  42. obeyvirtues says:

    Here is a sample piece of information in regards to the manufacturer of your birth control death device…… For future reference, if you ever feel in your heart that something is corrupt or wrong there is a simple method to live by that will give you your answer every time. “Follow the money.” Watch the video entitled, “Bayer drugged hemophiliacs with HIV.”

  43. obeyvirtues says:

    Absolutely not. How does a doctor make his money? By having patients return to see him. By keeping them sick. Explore the deception behind meds, AIDS, vaccines, swine flu, etc… there are documentaries on youtube thoroughly explaining the deception behind every one of those topics. Please do yourself a favor and inform yourself. If nothing else, get that thing out of your body.

  44. obeyvirtues says:

    Question: Are you stupid? You don’t sound like it. Why would you allow someone to attach something inside of your body? Did you do your own research? I doubt it. Here is where you should begin your search on how evil this product is. They are owned by Bayer. Who are Bayer. You assume that they just make meds for back pain. Wrong. They are a monster. Look them up. There are plenty of documentaries in youtube explaining there evil doings over the years. Should you trust your doctor?

  45. TheJaneEden says:

    You’re welcome! And thanks for checking out my video. My hair IS growing back. I’ve posted a video response ’3 Things That Embarrass Me’ and you can see how it’s growing back there.
    The other side effects stopped almost immediately, but it took longer (a couple of months) for my hair to stop falling out and then start growing back. The new growth is very short and looks kind of funny, but it’s coming back!

  46. ExploringKristyn says:

    Thanks for sharing your story! Please keep us updated…and if your hair is growing in?

  47. Mandie McMurdie says:

    Has your hair started growing back yet?

    I called my OB and she said that progesterone IUD’s (like Mirena) can cause hair loss, and she had no problem with me wanting to take it out, so I have an appointment tomorrow to get it removed. She did say that she hasn’t heard of itchy sore scalp associated with it, but thinks it might be the agitated hair follicles before they fall out that cause that sensation, especially if one has naturally sensitive skin, like me. I’ll keep you posted! Thank you!

  48. TheJaneEden says:

    I’m really sorry to hear that. Especially when doctors can’t seem to figure it out I’m sure it’s scary.
    For me, YES- the scalp pain, incredible itchiness, and lesions, went away after taking the IUD out (approx 2-3 weeks). It took a bit longer for the crazy hair loss to completely stop (it slowed right away, but didn’t stop for a couple of months afterwards).
    All the best to you in figuring this out.

  49. Mandie McMurdie says:

    I’ve been through HELL the last 2 years with the itchy creepy crawly SORE scalp and severe hair loss. I went to my dr. (and a rheumatologist and dermatologist) and they have explored every possibility only to find that I have Celiac, which doesn’t explain the hair loss. So I just started doing my own research and I think Mirena might be the culprit! IPlease tell me the itchiness stopped after you took it out? To me that would be a tell tale sign that Mirena really was the cause.

  50. lovelylatina01 says:

    I just want to say that I’m experiencing the same things. Major hairloss, I’ve had the Mirena for 4 months now and I’m having joint pain that you won’t believe. I workout 5x a week and now I haven’t stepped into the gym because I’m in pain. I listen to my body and trust me, these are Mirena side effects and to me, its not worth having this inserted and spending so much money when all it does is cause more issues. I’m having it removed this Friday.

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