Hibiscus is a beautiful flowering plant used extensively in various beauty and hair products for enhancing skin and hair health.Hibiscus for skin

In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, hibiscus flowers are steeped as tea for its numerous health benefits as the goodness of vitamin C and antioxidants present in the flower, boost overall health.

Glowing Skin

The chock full of antioxidants, anthocyanocides in hibiscus play an amazing role in improving skin health by guarding it from radical damage and delaying the premature ageing of the skin. The astringent property of hibiscus controls the excess secretion of oil by tightening the pores while its anti-inflammatory properties of hibiscus lessens inflammation and heal redness of the skin.

The Natural Botox

Hibiscus is the only flower that possesses natural Botox properties. The richness of vitamin C promotes collagen production and helps tightening the face, making it firm for a younger look. Make a paste of hibiscus flower and apply onto your face, let it stay for 15 minutes and rinse well to discover a natural facelift.

Improves Skin Tone

For any uneven skin tone, hyperpigmentation, dark spots and discolouration, hibiscus works as an instant remedy. The presence of AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) including citric and malic acids have strong exfoliating properties which nourish the cells by revamping skin tone and colour.

Potent Moisturizer

Hibiscus petal has a high mucilage content and this property makes hibiscus an impressive moisturizer for the skin. Applying the paste of hibiscus flower naturally hydrates the dry skin and making it look supple and radiant. Also Read: 3 DIY Face Masks To Naturally Soothe That Wrinkled, Crepey Skin

Cleanses Pores

The natural surfactants property of hibiscus helps in deep cleansing the skin without depriving of its natural oils. The AHAs in hibiscus remove dead cells, flaky skin on the surface and cleanse pores by making the skin look fresh.

Natural Hair Cleanser

Hibiscus leaves and petals has been used since ages as a cleanser and natural shampoo. The presence of saponins in hibiscus the natural cleansing agent in hibiscus works as an amazing shampoo.

Take ½ cup of hot water in a jar add fresh petal and leaves soak it for 15 minutes and then blend it. Use this blend and work it into your scalp and hair for 5 minutes and rinse thoroughly with water. Your mane will look lustrous and fresh.

Healthy Hair

Hibiscus is a vital ingredient used in hair oil which promotes the growth of new hair and strengthens the existing ones. The goodness of amino acids in hibiscus stimulates keratin production the key structure of hair. Infuse dried petals of hibiscus with coconut oil and use it regularly for a stronger and shiny mane.