Why Hibiscus is Good for Hair?
Hibiscus flowers as well as hibiscus leaves are enriched with vitamins, such as vitamin A, B, C, as well as calcium, phosphorus and other minerals along with amino acids, AHAs, etc that all work together to nourish the hair from deep within.
When used topically, the vitamins and other nutrients present in hibiscus add nourishment to the hair follicles. They strengthen the roots to the tips and stimulate them for hair growth. If you want to grow long hair, include hibiscus in your hair care regime.
If you have dry hair that hasn’t responded to any other treatment, try hibiscus. It contains Vitamin A which helps in promoting sebum production which in turn helps to moisturize the hair as well as scalp, and prevent dryness. Hibiscus also has calcium in it which further helps to heal dryness effectively.
Hibiscus contains a high amount of vitamin C. Vitamin C can boost collagen production, which helps in maintaining the natural elasticity of the hair. This way, it prevents split ends and dry, brittle hair.
Hibiscus flowers can work as a great natural hair conditioner and help you fight off dry, frizzy and lifeless hair.
The flower contains amino acids which help in overall nourishment of the hair and scalp. Also, they help to add luster to the hair and make them soft, smooth and shiny.
Not only hair fall and dry hair, but hibiscus works extremely well to fight off dandruff, thanks to its vitamin C content. The mild, acidic nature of hibiscus makes it a great natural cleanser for scalp and hair and eliminate the toxins.
Hibiscus helps in new hair growth, which in turn, results in thicker, voluminous hair.
Hibiscus can be found in a variety of colors, such as red, yellow, white, pink, blue etc. The red hibiscus is considered as a great remedy to treat premature grey hairs. The rich red pigment produces a lovely violet dye that can cover up the grays easily.