Add Shine to your Dry Hair with This DIY Leave in Conditioner

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I seriously need to buy an aloe plant. I use it for everything and am still using the gel in a bottle. I remembered as a kid having an aloe vera leaf available and used it to treat for first degree burns.

I just broke off a leaf and rubbed it on the burn, and it instantly felt better. This conditioner also requires aloe gel. I had all the ingredients already on my shelf since I purchased argan oil a while back to help acne. The stuff is amazing.

You’ll love this recipe. You don’t have to wash and rinse it out when you’re done, so you don’t have all the hassle of drying your hair afterward. You can lightly towel dry it, and it’s ready to go in minutes. It’s quick and simple and leaves your hair silky and shiny. I was doubtful about the leave in part and thought I’d have a greasy mess for hair, but it works.

I guess the damp rag treatment at the end does take off all the excess oil and you’re left with silky, shiny hair that looks fabulous.


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