Hibiscus and Hair Care

Hibiscus – this majestic five-petal flower blooms in red, pink, pink with red splash and other colors. Apart from being used for offering to gods, the flower has medicinal advantages for hair care.


Hibiscus is used by Hawaiian ladies in an interestingly unique way. Apparently, if a lady is wearing a hibiscus on her left ear, it indicates that she is unmarried. If the hibiscus is on the right ear of a lady, it means she is married.

This exquisite flower, especially the red one, has a special place when it comes to spirituality as it represents goddess Durga (in Hindu Culture) and also offered to Lord Ganesha with deep devotion.


Hibiscus – Natural solution for split ends and hair loss


The right flower to make your wish to have strong and long hair come true is just a few hibiscuses away.

Here are some of the benefits:

You can bring home a hibiscus plant and grow it with utmost care and nourishment. Boil a flower or two in coconut oil and heat the flower till it loses its juice. This oil can be applied half an hour before taking bath for best results.

Take a couple of flowers, squeeze them as much as you can till you get the juice out of the flowers. Natural scalp and hair care recipe is ready. You can wash your hair thirty to forty minutes after the application.

Planting a Hibiscus plant may not be always possible or even bringing the flowers to follow these tips. Hence we recommend you to try Kerala Ayurveda Limited’s Kesini Oil that contains hibiscus as one of its major active ingredients and also the goodness of other authentic ayurvedic ingredients best suited for your hair.

So comb your hair the way you want. No need to worry about bad hair style due to split ends of the hair. Hibiscus is here to repair those crooked split ends and pave way for healthy bouncy hair.


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