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Feb 9, 2010

Aloe Vera Gel

UPDATED**



I am too certain that I have blogged on this before, so if I haven't here it goes again. I shampooed my locs yesterday (you know it was at the gym, lol) as usual and so now I guess I will retwist. Only because I want to use this little bottle of 100% organic Aloe Vera gel I picked up from the health food store. Let's see if it can do the trick and tame these wild locs and make them all nice and neat (the way ya'll like to rock them).  But before I go and post the results I posted my before pic and the consistency of the gel.  Read below and find out all the goodness Aloe Vera gel can bring.




This particular gel is make from the enitre plant using fresh juice and the yellow sap.  It provides the ulitame soothing releif for all skin conditions:

All burns
non poisenous insect bites
abrasions
cuts
rashes including diaper rash
muscled strain
hemorrhoids
acne
athletes foot
stretch marks
cold sores
gum disroders
vaginal dryness
post surgical 
damaged & thinning hair
skin renewa
 brown spots and any other skin ailments



Wow, you talk about muti-purpose uses?  I will post my results later on okay?

 RESULTS**


I don't know if you can tell but I am in LOVE with my results! Oh my gosh, the Aloe Vera gel consistency felt wonderful, no smell, there is no residue left over in the hair. It dried invisibly and it held great. Queen's go and get this gel, do not walk run.


Sorry I just wanted to show off my eye color!


Smooches...

Stay Blessed & Happy Locing!

2 comments:

c'est moi said...

Hey Writing Adict:

I'm looking for a product that will hold my hair but wont leave any residue... I find shea butter & olive oil to be too heavy, and the natural pomades i've tried/looked into leave behind residue that shows up when i'm washing my hair =S. Would you recommend Aloe Vera gel for locs that are 10 months old? I was thinking about trying this because its as natural and as light as you can get & coming across this artilce only makes me want to try it more... Please let me know what you think!

Thanks!!
--Ms.Alexis

PS: Keep posting---i love this blog =)

Toshia "Writing Addict" Shaw said...

Hey Ms. Alexis,

Lawd I just found your comment now! I'm sorry but I had no idea you made a comment. Now yes, I think you should try this, extremely light and I have never had any residue from it. I use it no my daughters hair who has baby locs!