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Aloe Vera Haircare

At NaturLex, you'll get that sweet feeling of a beauty salon at home in your own home. The Forever Aloe Vera and Jojoba Shampoo and the Forever Aloe Vera and Jojoba Conditioning Rinse can help you and your hair to make you a beautiful and above all enjoy healthy hair and of course can present.

Further information about Forever Living Products Aloe Vera hair care can be found at End of this page.

20,59 €

incl. 19 % VAT, excl. Shipping costs

Base price per Liter: 69,56 €
Contents: 0.296 Liter
21,62 €

incl. 19 % VAT, excl. Shipping costs

Base price per Liter: 73,04 €
Contents: 0.296 Liter
The Forever Shampoo with a high percentage of pure Aloe Vera Gel was combined by experts with nourishing oils, namely the valuable oil of jojoba bean, the regenerating oil of rosehip and the fragrant oil of lavender. This gives your hair a lot of moisture, but also nutrients and therefore strength. The hair is also voluminous and hard-wearing.
The Forever Conditioner also contains a large amount of aloe vera, which in combination with the jojoba oil provides a full dose of extra moisture to your hair. At the same time, this boost of moisture does not complicate the hair, but makes it more controlled and easy to comb. Your hair will be supple thanks to the macadamia nut oil and the sunflower seed oil. Lavender oil has been added to the conditioner so that your scalp and your senses are calmed and pampered.
Best used together, this aloe vera and jojoba care results in healthy hair with vibrant vitality, shine and a regenerated scalp.

Aloe Vera and Jojoba Shampoo

The aloe vera shampoo with jojoba oil and lavender oil nourishes and strengthens the hair. Thanks to the valuable ingredients, the shampoo regulates the moisture balance of the hair and scalp. The shampoo is particularly mild and therefore suitable for sensitive scalp. In addition, the aloe vera shampoo gives volume, fullness, shine and smoothness and is PH neutral. With 40 percent pure aloe vera gel, the hair is moisturized and so brittle hair is revitalized. Scalp itching is relieved by the jojoba oil, the hair shines and your natural hair color is supported in its beauty and appearance. Rich in vitamin A and vitamin C, rosehip oil accelerates the regeneration of the scalp, resulting in a stronger, stronger and, above all, healthier scalp and, as a consequence, stronger and healthier hair. The lavender oil seduces with every hair wash even your nose to completely relax you.

Aloe Vera und Jojoba Conditioning Rinse

The Aloe Vera and Jojoba Conditioner Rinse is a conditioner that also includes the aloe vera and jojoba shampoo, the moisturizing and pure aloe vera gel, the nourishing oil of jojoba bean and the fragrant and soothing lavender oil. The Forever Conditioner supports the important properties of the Forever Shampoo. The conditioner rinse strengthens and nourishes the hair in addition, provides your hair just as much moisture, provides supple hair and is PH neutral. But that's not all. The aloe vera and jojoba conditioner consists of a carefree formula that gives the hair momentum and shine and also ensures that your hair is controllable and easily combed. Just like the matching shampoo, the conditioner contains a whopping 40 percent pure aloe vera gel, which provides the hair with plenty of moisture and thus revitalizes brittle hair. The jojoba oil gives the hair brilliance and relieves the unpleasant scalp itching noticeably. Here, too, the lavender oil gives your hair a seductive scent and makes it seem even more. The macadamia nut oil and the sunflower seed oil give the scalp an extra dose of moisture and help your hair to more suppleness.

Mistakes you should definitely avoid when taking care of your hair

Nobody wants to have brittle, dry or breaking hair. No matter what your hare may look like, whether long or short, light or dark, or thin or fat. Healthy hair is essential for all hair types and an absolute priority. To our surprise, our daily hair care rituals often actually cause hair damage, but they should prevent it. NaturLex has put together the most important and common hair care mistakes exclusively for you.

How do you comb your hair?

You've probably heard that 100 brush strokes should be good for the hair every day, as the fat, which is located at the base of the hair, is then distributed to the entire hair and this makes them shine more. An absolute myth. Excessive brushing of hair can actually cause damage to your hair. Especially if your hair is still wet, they are more elastic and therefore break faster when handled roughly with them.
It is better to unravel your hair after showering with a roughly combed comb to prevent damage.

What kind of hair ties do you use?

Conventional hair ties pull on our scalp and our hair cuticle, the cuticle layer. That's why we often lose hair when we remove the hair elastic from our hair after a long day. To avoid this, NaturLex recommends that you keep your hair open more often so that you do not pull on it. Since you can not or do not want to wear the hair open in every situation, when choosing a hair tie, you should choose a gentle one that does not pull the hair, but only holds it together. Mostly, the look of these hair ties reminds on almost forgotten telephone cords.

How do you blow dry your hair?

The fact that daily blow-drying does not do your hair well is no secret anymore, but does that mean that you have to keep your hair dry from now on? No, certainly not. You just have to learn how to dry your hair properly and as gently as possible. Let your hair dry about 75 percent and then blow-dry your hair first. Make sure that the hair dryer does not touch your hair, set the hair dryer to the lower heat settings and use ALWAYS heat protection.

How often do you wash your hair?

The frequency of your hair washings depends on your hair type. If you have greasy hair, it is okay to wash your hair daily, while dry hair also gets by with weekly shampooing. Find out how often your hair tolerates or needs a wash. Do not wash your hair more often or less often.

How often do you go to the hairdresser?

The regular trimming of the hair ends makes the hair grow better and become healthier. By regularly cutting the hair is prevented that hair damage such as split ends can move all the hair back. NaturLex recommends regular hair trimming every six to eight weeks to get a nice head of hair.

Your NaturLex Team