Easy DIY Tutorial: How to Make Aloe Vera Oil for Long and Healthy Hair

8 Materials
15 Minutes

Hi everyone. Today, I’m going to show you how to make aloe vera oil for hair growth.

This recipe is super easy to follow and aloe vera oil has so many great benefits for hair. It can help to repair damage, promotes hair growth, promotes a healthy scalp, and smooths and adds shine to the hair.

This DIY aloe vera oil will have your hair looking longer, stronger, and thicker in no time, so let’s get started!

Tools and materials:

  • Aloe vera leaf
  • Vegetable peeler
  • Knife
  • Coconut oil
  • Saucepan
  • Cheesecloth
  • Bowl
  • Jar/bottle
Peeling the aloe vera leaf

1. Rinse the aloe vera leaf

Take a fresh aloe vera leaf and wash it with water. Allow it to sit for 10-15 minutes to drain.

2. Peel and chop

Using a vegetable peeler, remove the sides of the aloe vera leaf.

Chopped aloe vera in blender jar

Then, use a knife to chop the leaf into small chunks and add it to a blender jar.

Blending aloe vera

3. Blend

Blend the aloe vera into a smooth paste.

Simmering aloe vera and coconut oil

4. Add to a saucepan and simmer

Add the blended aloe vera mix (1 cup) to a saucepan, along with coconut oil (1 cup).

Stir the aloe vera and the coconut oil together and simmer on low heat until the aloe vera begins to clump.


5. Strain

Once the oil has cooled, take a cheesecloth and strain the mixture through it into a dish. 

Aloe vera oil

6. Transfer the oil

Transfer the oil to a clean jar or bottle and store it in a cool, dry place.

Aloe vera oil

To use the aloe vera oil, massage it into your scalp and hair twice a week or smooth a small amount on wash hair to add shine.

DIY aloe vera oil

I hope you enjoyed this aloe vera hair oil tutorial. It’s so easy to make but has an amazing effect on your hair. 

If you make this hair oil, leave a comment down below!

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  • Vegetable peeler
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