Carrot Juice for Hair: DIY Hair Growth Spray

Carrot Juice for Hair: DIY Hair Growth Spray

By Aniela M / May 2, 2017

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Can you use carrot juice for hair growth? The answer is absolutely yes! We already know that carrots are good for us, but did you know they also have some amazing benefits for the hair? Drink carrot juice on a regular basis for overall health, and, when you have some leftover carrot juice, use it on your hair!

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As you may already know, carrots are one of the healthiest and nutrition packed vegetables you can consume, but did you know that carrots can offer the same health benefits to hair and skin? Packed with vitamin A and a ton of other vitamins and minerals, carrots encourage hair production, strengthen hair, and repair damaged strands. We know that carrots are great for the skin and eye health, but carrots also stimulate hair growth.

This DIY carrot juice hair growth spray also contains aloe vera, which is another beneficial ingredient for long, strong hair. The great thing about this recipe is that it can be used for both skin and hair! Rich in beta carotene, carrot juice has some amazing properties that can do wonders for hair, skin, and nails. Rich in vitamin A, carrot juice can prevent the formation of blackheads and pimples, as well as promote healthy hair growth. Use this DIY carrot juice spray in your regular hair care routine to get longer, stronger, and shinier hair.

Carrot Juice Benefits for Hair

  • Carrots contain vitamin A, which is necessary for proper cell growth. Vitamin A is often the main ingredient in anti-acne products and also improve eye health. Vitamin A will help the hair produce sebum, which are naturally occurring oils that prevent dry scalp and breaking hair.
  • Aloe vera can help hair grow faster because it contains vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is essential for a healthy scalp.
  • Aloe vera will also keep the scalp and the hair hydrated, therefore reducing split ends and breaking hair. It also helps heal the scalp and promotes hair growth.
  • Potassium deficiency is one of the leading causes of hair loss, but carrots contain a ton of potassium, and therefore is a crucial ingredient for those who suffer from hair loss.
  • Carrots also contain vitamin K, which helps with regeneration of their hair strands.
  • Carrots and aloe vera also contain vitamin C, which is also essential for healthy strands. Vitamin C deficiency causes dandruff and itchy scalp.

Carrot Juice & Aloe Vera Hair Growth Spray Recipe

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You'll Need:

Directions:

  1. Start by washing your carrots well. Put them through a juicer. If you don't have a juicer, you can also cut your carrots into small pieces and place in the blender. Add a little bit of aloe vera gel to the blender and blend until it forms a paste.
  2. If using a blender, use a cheesecloth or fine strainer to strain the mixture and remove any pulp.
  3. Fill half the bottle with the fresh carrot juice, and the other with aloe vera gel.
  4. Add a few drops of tea tree oil and shake bottle well.
  5. You can keep the spray in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

How to Use the Carrot Juice & Aloe Vera Hair Growth Spray:

  • Using a comb, part the hair and spray the hair growth spray directly onto the scalp.
  • Apply all over hair.
  • Massage the scalp gently in slow motions using your fingertips.
  • Leave on for at least 30 minutes, but leaving it on overnight is your best option.
  • To rev this up, you can also wet a towel with hot water and wrap around your hair. This method is called steaming and will help the carrot juice & aloe vera absorb faster and better into the scalp.
  • After 30 minutes or the next day, rinse out
  • Repeat as often as needed, at least 2-3 times a week.

After about a week of usage, you'll notice stronger, healthier hair. Your strands will be super shiny, your split ends will look a lot better, and you'll notice that your hair is much healthier overall.

After about a month of usage, you should notice hair growth, but if not, don't let up! The vitamins and minerals in both carrots and aloe vera are designed for cell regeneration and are both amazing at hair growth.

Bonus: You can also use carrot juice on your skin, as it's amazing for fine lines, wrinkles, and even acne. Apply all over face and neck and leave on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse off. Do not leave on overnight though, as carrots can stain the skin.

Other Ways to Use Carrots for Skin and Hair

Don't have time to make this recipe? No problem! Just eating carrots alone on a regular basis can do a world of good for the both the skin and the hair. Not only are carrots a healthy and nutritious snack, but drinking carrot juice regularly can have the following benefits:

  • Strengthen vision
  • Ward off eye diseases and degeneration
  • Increase metabolism
  • Improve and heal skin
  • Boost the immune system
  • Reduce risk of cancer
  • Lower cholesterol
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Carrot Juice Hair Growth Spray

Use this DIY carrot juice hair growth spray on a regular basis for stronger, healthier, and faster growing hair!
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time35 mins
Course: Hair Care
Cuisine: Hair Growth
Keyword: carrot juice, DIY, hair care, hair growth
Calories: 1kcal
Cost: $3

Equipment

  • Spray bottle

Ingredients

  • carrots
  • aloe vera gel
  • tea tree oil

Instructions

  • Start by washing your carrots well. Put them through a juicer. If you don't have a juicer, you can also cut your carrots into small pieces and place in the blender. Add a little bit of aloe vera gel to the blender and blend until it forms a paste.
  • If using a blender, use a cheesecloth or fine strainer to strain the mixture and remove any pulp.
  • Fill half the bottle with the fresh carrot juice, and the other with aloe vera gel.
  • Add a few drops of tea tree oil and shake bottle well.
  • You can keep the spray in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

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giana

Can’t wait to make this, got lot of leftover carrots!!