Why you should add Aloe Vera juice to your routine – Global Couture

Hey Maicurlies,

By Sommai - Aloe Vera Fresh Leaf www.freedigitalphotos.net

By Sommai – Aloe Vera Fresh Leaf http://www.freedigitalphotos.net

Some of you might be aware that I am a fan of Aloe Vera Juice (AVJ) since going back natural. I have been known to “borrow” some Aloe Vera from my mum who has a few plants in her garden and I ended up buying my own after pillaging her supplies.

Since I am a fan I of course already wrote a post about it here and also wrote an article on Global Couture about “Why you should add Aloe Vera juice to your routine”

Why you should add Aloe Vera Juice to your routine

Why you should add Aloe Vera Juice to your routine

The article highlights some of reasons why you might want to try using AVJ in your routine be it store bought or directly from the plant (which is my favorite method) as well as suggestions of how you can include it into your routine. So if you are 50/50 about using AVJ maybe a little gander at the article might convince you to give it a go.

Do you use AVJ? If so how? I would love to hear from you!

Maicurls

Maicurls

7 thoughts on “Why you should add Aloe Vera juice to your routine – Global Couture

    1. maicurls Post author

      Hey Christina. I honestly have only used the juice directly from the plant. I don’t know of a natural Aloe Vera hair GEL in its pure 100% form. I know some hair gels have Aloe Vera in them e.g. one of the Eco Styler’s has AV (I’ve not used this personally just read/heard about it through curlfriends). Sometimes when talking about the plant people sometimes refer to the sap (pulp) as gel because it has a slimy consistency but once it is pulsed in a blender it becomes a liquid (juice). Donno if I was of any help lol…sorry!

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      1. maicurls Post author

        My pleasure, I appreciate the comments πŸ˜€ I picked up two big plants and a baby one from a gardening store. I live in the M.E at the moment (I am guessing you live in the States) but maybe check a local gardening store. The place I got mine had all sorts of indoor/outdoor plants and mine were already quite big with leaves just a little over half an arm length. You can get baby ones that you need to nurture and then transfer to a bigger pot or directly in the ground. The people at the store will probably give you better advice on how to grow them depending on your local climate etc.

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