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#BNFroFriday: Aloe Vera & Shea Butter Super Moisturising Hair Treatment by Dabs of NaijaHairCanGrow

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Naija Hair Can Grow Dabs BellaNaija aloe vera shea butter

Dabs of the healthy hair care blog Naija Hair Can Grow is sharing one of her favourite hair treatment recipes on her new YouTube channel. It’s a moisturizing treatment used to combat hair dryness that often leads to brittleness and hair breakage.

This moisturizing hair mask contains pure Aloe Vera gel extracted from the stalk, hair conditioner, whipped Shea Butter and some oils. The mix is applied on the hair and she proceeds to go under a hair steamer for about 45 minutes for better penetration, it’s rinsed out leaving the hair so soft and manageable.

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Eki is the Editor for BellaNaija Style and Lifestyle Editor for BellaNaija.com She has a Vogue Fashion Certificate from Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design and also attended Central Saint Martins, London College of Fashion and the University of Kent. Eki headed the Design Operations at a top Nigerian womenswear fashion brand before finding love at BellaNaija Style. Eki loves all things creative. Follow her on Instagram @ekiogunbor BellaNaija Style: [email protected] | @bellanaijastyle BellaNaija Beauty: @bellanaijabeauty BellaNaija Living: [email protected] | @bellanaijaliving

3 Comments

  1. Lawson U

    August 26, 2016 at 11:11 am

    i will inform my woman about this

  2. Cocolette

    August 26, 2016 at 11:53 am

    I have observed that aloe vera dries the hell out of my hair…maybe cos i have low porosity 4c hair… I wonder if using steam/heat will help eliminate this drying effect

  3. Anie

    September 11, 2016 at 6:34 pm

    For an affordable electric steam cap, contact 08166243282 and check out C002B7A07 for more.

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