In today’s video, you will learn how to use guava leaf to make your hair grow! Did you know you can boost your hair growth using guava?
Most women dream of having long, silky hair, right? If you are one of the girls who never got to reach your desired length because your hair takes too long to grow, you are going to love this recipe.
You will need some guava leaves, peppermint oil, and aloe vera. Have you ever heard about this combination?
On our channel, we have talked about the benefits of each one of these ingredients.
Watch the video to learn what they can do for our hair!
To make this fortifying hair spray, you will need:
5 guava leaves;
1 tablespoon aloe vera gel;
30 drops of peppermint essential oil;
Make a tea boiling 3.4 ounces of water and 5 guava leaves. Let it rest for 24 hours.
After that, strain the tea and pour the liquid into a spray bottle to make it easier to use.
Peel the aloe leaf to extract the gel, and leave the gel soaking in water for a few minutes to remove the aloin, a toxic substance that can irritate the skin.
Next, add 1 tablespoon of aloe gel to the spray bottle and mix.
Now, add the 30 drops of peppermint oil and stir well again to ensure all ingredients are combined.
Part your hair into 3 parts, spray the mixture on your scalp, and gently massage with your fingertips.
Do it twice a day, in the morning and at night.
Oh, remember to do an allergy test on your forearm before applying the mixture to your head to ensure that you won’t have any allergic reactions.
So, what do you think of this recipe? Did you know about this study and the benefits of peppermint?
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0:49 Peppermint Oil Benefits for Hair Growth
0:55 Aloe Vera Benefits for Hair
1:13 How to Make Guava Leaves Hair Spray (Recipe)
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