Hibiscus not just stands out for its enthralling beauty, but famed for its indispensable health-promoting properties. Like most flowers, hibiscus boasts a rich array of healing incentives when applied topically or consumed as a refreshing tea. This vibrantly hued, attractive flower is blessed with a treasure trove of plant compounds such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants that are well-known to cater your skin and hair care needs. Since times immemorial, hibiscus flowers and leaves have been extensively used in home remedies to deal with issues like hair fall, acne breakouts, premature ageing and works wonders in making the skin look youthful and mane stronger.
Hibiscus blossoms in a variety of shades ranging from red, pale yellow, pink and white that has been used as a key ingredient in herbal teas, Ayurveda medicines, beauty care and personal products. The Botox plant is endowed with natural anti-ageing properties that actively combats the ageing process by firming and lifting your skin.
Vast reserves of organic oils in hibiscus flower helps to purify skin by clearing dead skin cells, control acne breakouts and improve skin’s natural complexion. A storehouse of antioxidants in hibiscus tighten the skin layer and locks the skin moisture from deep within. Blessed with vitamin C, Hibiscus promotes collagen synthesis and has a magical repute for increasing skin elasticity to give a flawless and toned skin. Aside these, potent anti-inflammatory effect can help to soothe inflamed skin and makes it desirable even for sensitive skin.
This magical flower is laden with flavonoids, phenolic compounds, anthocyanin’s, fatty acids and other natural pigments that works incredibly well for hair right from strengthening hair scalp to repairing split ends. Hair boosting properties of hibiscus is used vastly in the form of hair oil, shampoos, conditioners and even hair masks.
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