Who knew hibiscus powder had so many undiscovered uses and advantages for beauty? One of our favorite elements for maintaining the health of our skin and hair is this tropical plant. Our hibiscus powder is a rich crimson color and is made from Hibiscus roselle petals (Hibiscus sabdariffa). The Malvaceae family of plants includes the shrub known as Roselle or Hibiscus sabdariffa. This type of hibiscus, which is sometimes called “red sorrel,” is often used in beauty and health products because it is good for you. The cosmetics and cosmetics industries know that the roselle plant has anti-aging properties. It has been utilized to create clay masks, facial steams, body washes, etc.
Hibiscus powder is beneficial for the skin.
- Hibiscus roselle’s phenolic components help your skin scavenge free radicals and lessen the oxidative stress that comes from exposure to pollution.
- Because it is a natural source of alpha-hydroxy acids, hibiscus has a reputation for being somewhat magical in the skin care industry (AHAs). As a result, hibiscus naturally exfoliates your skin and lessens comedones and hyperpigmentation. Also, this helps to improve the texture of the skin and lessen blackheads.
- Hibiscus powder’s antioxidants also aid in reducing skin rashes brought on by acne or other skin issues.
Benefits of Hibiscus Powder for Hair
- Amino acids and other bioactive elements found in Hibiscus sabdariffa are great for nourishing your hair follicles and promoting hair growth.
- These nutrients can be used as a natural dye with henna powder and aid in preventing premature hair aging.
- As hibiscus powder contains antibacterial qualities, it can help lessen dandruff and itching on your scalp and work as a gentle scalp cleanser.
What Makes Our Hibiscus Powder Special?
Mix It Raw Indeed, the hibiscus used in Apothecary’s Hibiscus Powder is a different variety than the one you most likely find in social media emoticons and in your garden or neighboring park. This product is made from Hibiscus roselle, also known as Sabdariffa, which has a rich red color and natural AHAs and exfoliates the skin while addressing pigmentation and uneven skin texture.
This hibiscus cultivar requires a lot of work to powder. The hard petals require a lot of grinding and sifting, and we always wear masks so we don’t breathe in the dust. Nonetheless, these efforts guarantee that you will only receive pure powdered hibiscus sabdariffa petals, which are used to produce clay masks, face and body washes, and facial steams, among other beauty products.
How to Care for Your Skin and Hair with Hibiscus Powder
Hibiscus powder is simple to use in any of your face masks, cleanser, scrubs, and hair pack recipes.
People who have sensitive skin should know that hibiscus roselle can be a strong ingredient. Use it sparingly. First, always do a patch test. When using a hibiscus face mask, the skin may occasionally become red. Because it exfoliates the skin, do not use it every day; use it two times per week.
Here are three easy ways to make hibiscus powder at home.
First Make a Homemade Hibiscus Face Mask
Combine 12 tbsp of water with the hibiscus powder, oats, and raw honey. After letting it rest on your face for 5 to 10 minutes, gently massage it with damp hands in circular strokes. If your acne is active, avoid massaging. Dry off with a towel after rinsing. two times per week.
SECONDLY, Hibiscus Scalp & Hair Pack Made at Home
With warm water, combine 1 tbsp each of hibiscus powder and amla powder. To form a thin paste, combine it with a few additional tablespoons of water and some Kalonji Oil. All over your scalp and hair, apply it. 30 minutes later, shampoo it after letting it sit.
THIRDLY, Homemade bath powder for removing tans
Hibiscus powder, kaolin clay, and Gram flour should be combined in an equal ratio. Water or any brewed tea should then be added to activate the mixture. Three times per week, during the shower, massage it over wet body skin in place of soap. Moisturize after rinsing.
Our HIBISCUS POWDER is a useful product. You can use it for body scrubs, bath powders, face packs, and hair packs.