Hibiscus has been known for its beauty. Did you know it could make your hair beautiful as well? Read on to find out more!
Hibiscus is a popular choice for gardens. Beautiful, attractive and easy to maintain, this flower is a common household sight.
Did you know? In Ayurveda, it is revered for its nourishing properties. The flowers and leaves of hibiscus plant can be included in our hair care regimen in a number of ways and all of them are surprisingly easy to practice.
Benefits of Hibiscus for Hair
There are so many ways in which Hibiscus helps hair to recover its lost beauty. The main benefits of including Hibiscus in your hair care regime are:
- Prevent hair loss
- Promote hair growth
- Acts as a natural conditioner
- Nourishes hair for a smooth and shiny look
- Controls scalp itchiness
- Reduces dandruff
- Controls breakage
- Stops hair thinning
- Controls premature greying
- Hair Loss:
It is an excellent natural hair loss remedy that stops frequent hair fall. Hibiscus nourishes your scalp and strengthens the follicles, thereby reducing hair loss.
- Hair Regrowth:
Hibiscus doesn’t just reduce hair fall, it also promotes hair regrowth. It resolves bald patch issues and induces hair growth significantly. Regular oil massages with hibiscus based oils can help you nourish your scalp, stimulate blood flow, and promote the growth of hair strands remarkably.
- Conditions Hair:
Dry hair problems can be managed efficiently by using hibiscus leaves and flower. It conditions and nourishes hair locks and scalp, thereby keeping at bay various other problems that stem from dry scalp. A simple hibiscus paste for hair can curtail your conditioner needs.
- Makes hair smooth and shiny:
The most famous and commonly known benefit of hibiscus for hair is that it makes hair shiny, smooth and luscious. Regular use of hibiscus will strengthen hair strands and make them bounce, with lustre and life.
- Controls scalp itchiness:
Since hibiscus treats dry scalp, you will eventually benefit from reduced scalp itchiness. If you have any itchiness that isn’t from lice, you should try hibiscus.
- Reduces dandruff:
Hibiscus leaves and flowers possess anti-dandruff properties. ( Please add more content)
- Natural hair colouring agent:
Hair colouring is a great way to refresh your look. Many of us refrain from indulging in hair colouring activities because of the harsh chemicals and the level of damage it causes. Hibiscus can be used as a hair colouring agent. A homemade concoction of hibiscus tea is an excellent hair colouring agent that you can try without fear of side effects.
- Controls premature greying:
The amazing nutrients in hibiscus enrich hair follicles and prevent premature greying. It helps maintain hair lustre, colour and slow ageing signs.
- Stops hair breakage and split ends:
Stronger hair shafts and strands means less of hair breakage. Hibiscus will strengthen your hair completely from shaft to tip, thus giving your hair freedom from breakage and split ends.
- Stops hair thinning:
Hibiscus will supplement hair proteins and ensure your hair doesn’t just gets stronger, but thicker as well. You will notice reduced hair thinning with regular use
Tuya’s Hibiscus Hair Wash
Our hibiscus hair wash is presented in an easy to use paste form. Made with the goodness of Shikakai, Vettiver and other natural ingredients along with Hibiscus, it is an excellent hair treatment.