How Hibiscus Naturally Benefits Your Scalp & Strengthens Your Hair

October 4, 2017

The wonderful Hibiscus flower is pretty, colorful and charming. Just like Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot, there is more to it than its visual pleasantries. The flower possesses healing properties and has been used in ancient Ayurveda and Chinese medicine for ages. It has the ability to naturally rejuvenate skin and scalp.

Food for Locks

The hibiscus flower’s natural nutritional value has the power to rejuvenate your scalp, prevent premature graying of hair and promote hair growth. The flower is rich in Amino acids, Vitamins (A, B & C), Alpha Hydroxy Acids, Minerals (phosphorous & calcium) and many other nutrients. This insane amount of natural properties makes the flowers and leaves of the Hibiscus plant a powerhouse of natural hair care.


Say Goodbye to Dry Scalp

Hibiscus extracts or even the flower repairs damaged scalp. It nourishes the scalp and stimulates blood flow to the region naturally. Gently massaging hibiscus extracts and oils on dry scalp in a circular motion helps cool it down. The refreshed scalp nurtures a lush area on your head which sends renewed signals to your brain to grow healthy hair follicles again.


Natural Hair Conditioner

Commercially available hair products like conditioners are saturated with artificial ingredients. It makes your hair smooth, shiny and voluminous in the short term. This means that in the long run, synthetic hair conditioners can wreak havoc on the overall health of your beautiful hair. Hibiscus extracts on the other hand, goes straight to the root of the problem. It strengthens the follicle and this in-turn reflects in visibly healthy hair. Hibiscus and its extracts in natural hair products can give you the same smooth, shiny and bouncy hair without having to damage it overtime.


Natural Ingredients can work wonders on your hair and scalp. Hibiscus plant and flowers are one of the most practical testaments to this fact. Ristrah’s Natural Scalp Serum employs Hibiscus natural extracts and other natural ingredients like Aloe, Clover Vitamin B5 and lupine extract to retain moisture and fight dry scalp. Once you know the individual influence of each natural ingredient in the Natural Scalp Serum, it gives you more confidence to choose the product and maintain healthy hair.



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