Hair care

Ways on how to use hibiscus for hair care

Hibiscus is treated as the medicinal herb for hair problems. In Ayurveda, its roots are used for hair loss, hair graying & cough treatment also. The flowers are also boiled with the oil and used as a medicated oil. The fine paste of leaves and flowers are also used not only as a shampoo but also as a conditioner. Every part of this plant has a great use in treating dandruff, dullness, hair fall, hair loss, shiny & conditioning the hair. Many useful oils, conditioners, shampoos, masks are also made of it. Here we are discussing that phenomenon of using hibiscus for hair.

Hibiscus hair oil for hair growth

Paste of hibiscus leaves and flowers is prepared and added to the hot coconut oil by covering it with a lid. Allow it to cool and apply this oil onto the scalp during the night. Wash it off in the morning with same homemade hibiscus shampoo or mild shampoo. This helps in the blood circulation over the follicles and rejuvenates the scalp for better hair growth.

Hair mask to get stronger hair with hibiscus and curd

A paste of sour curd, hibiscus leaves, & flowers is made and applied as a mask over the roots of hair. No need of adding water as the leaves are rich in water. Allow it for 1 hour and wash it off with hibiscus shampoo or mild shampoo. This strengthens the hair and gives soft, smooth, & shiny hair. Oiling the hair for next hair bath with a mild shampoo. This shines the hair and also blackens the hair. Repeating this twice in a week makes hair strong, healthy, and split ends free. Rosemary oil, yogurt, amla powder, and hibiscus leaves are also used as a hair mask to get rid of hair fall and promote hair growth.

Hibiscus to get deep conditioner for hair

The flowers of hibiscus are used for making a fine paste with water. This paste is used as a conditioner. As we apply the conditioner to the hair, which is not completely wet, but keeping the scalp clean. Apply this paste and allowed to dry for 1 hour and rinse it off with warm water. This conditioner strengthens the hair by deep cleansing action and promotes hair growth.

Anti dandruff hair pack with hibiscus and fenugreek

Soaked fenugreek seeds & hibiscus leaves are made into a fine paste by adding buttermilk to it and applied as a pack over hair. Allow it to dry for 1 hour and wash it off. This gives the dandruff free hair. Hibiscus leaves are also used along with the Mehandi leaves & lime juice as a conditioner and dandruff free hair. Repeating this twice in a week gives better hair growth.

Hibiscus hair tonic for hair growth

Dried hibiscus leaves are ground into a powder and can be stored. This powder is mixed with boiling water at any time and can be used as a tonic for the dry scalp after it is cooled. Repeating this twice in a week gives better hair growth.

Hibiscus tea rinse for shiny hair

The leaves of hibiscus are boiled and made into a tea. This hibiscus tea is used as a final wash after shampooing the hair as a conditioner. This enriches the hair and nourishes quickly.

Herbal hibiscus hair shampoo

A fine paste or a few drops of coconut oil/ any other oil & hibiscus leaves are made and can be used as a shampoo. We can also use the flowers, leaves along with the olive oil for making a shampoo. Allow this shampoo solution to soak for 15-20 minutes before using for shampooing the hair. This promotes healthier hair growth. We can also add the Tulasi leaves, gram flour, any oil, leaves, and water to the hibiscus flowers and made into a liquid shampoo for easy applying. Make sure that this natural homemade shampoo is not refrigerated and used. Apply this shampoo into the scalp gently and allow it for 5 minutes. Wash it off with warm water and you can observe black and shiny hair if it is practiced for twice in a week for 2 months continuously. This also prevents hair fall.

Anti dandruff hair pack with hibiscus and Mehandi

Hibiscus is good at controls dandruff and itchy scalp. Take some handful of hibiscus and Mehandi leaves. Grind them into smooth paste. Take half a lemon and add freshly squeezed lemon juice into that paste. Apply this paste on your hair. Leave it until it gets dry. Rinse it off with water. This gives a well conditioned hair and controls dandruff.

Healthy hair with hibiscus and amla hair pack

Amla is rich in Vitamin C, which helps to protect your hair from dust and environment pollution. Amla or Indian gooseberry is good for health as well as hair. Take three tablespoons of amla powder, which is dried and ground into powder. You can also use ready made amla powder which is available in supermarkets. Add three tablespoons of crushed hibiscus leaves. Mix them well to form a thick mask. If you amla juice, then you can add it into the paste. Apply this mask to your hair. Leave it for about 40 minutes. Rinse it off with water and then with mild shampoo. The amla and hibiscus hair mask promote strong and healthy hair.

These are the natural advantages of hibiscus to the hair, which can be prepared at home. This can be used for hair without any side effects as that of chemical based shampoos that are available in the market.

Top benefits of Hibiscus of hair

Hibiscus provides many benefits for hair with the rich properties such as Vitamin C and amino acid. The hibiscus flowers are leathery and mucilaginous which is used to get healthy hair.

  • Hibiscus helps and prevents the hair loss, premature hair graying. You can control this by using hibiscus hair oil or hair pack.
  • Hibiscus protects your skin and scalp from allergic and all skin problems.
  • Hibiscus can combat hair loss and hair fall for both men and women.
  • Hibiscus works well for all skin types and doesn’t have any side effects.
  • Hibiscus makes your hair strands and roots stronger.
  • Hibiscus conditions your hair mildly and helps to keep them bouncier.