An intensely conditioning Ayurvedic herb, it is known for its antioxidant, fortifying and softening actions. It is believed to be a natural remedy for hair loss and dandruff.
USES AND SPECIFICATIONS:
For the hair, hibiscus is a gentle cleanser, and a conditioning herb that helps decrease hair shedding by strengthening and conditioning the roots, increases shine, creates volume, promotes hair growth, and helps with scalp disorders. It is also great as a gentle scalp scrub.
For the skin, this powder can be used to maintain the skin’s elasticity and thereby offering antiaging effects. Thanks to its cleansing properties, hibiscus promotes skin tone and can also be used as an anticellulite or a skin re-firming product. Packed full of vitamins A and C, this hibiscus powder also contains several B-vitamins, along with a wealth of minerals including copper, zinc and a good amount of iron.
WAYS TO USE HIBISCUS POWDER:
For Hair Mask - Mix hibiscus powder with aloe vera gel and apply to your roots and hair ends.
Hibiscus Hair Mask for Deep Conditioning: Take equal amounts of Hibiscus Flower Powder, Hibiscus Leaf Powder, Fenugreek powder and Amla and mix it into a paste. Apply it to your scalp and hair and leave it on for about one hour. Wash off with luke warm water and shampoo.
For Scrub - Add hibiscus in your regular scrubs for removal of dead skin cells.