A lot of us are faced with hair drops, split ends, damaged hair, dandruff, lice, frizz, dry hair, oily scalp, and so many other hair issues.
When we start treating these at home, we limit ourselves to a few mass-market hair oils, hair packs, or hair masks.
Hibiscus can greatly impact your hair’s health due to its high content of vitamin C, amino acids, vitamin A, and alpha-hydroxy acids.
- 18-20 sun-dried hibiscus flowers
- 5-8 hibiscus leaves
- 3 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel
- A hand full of fresh neem leaves
- 2 tablespoons of fenugreek
- 500 ml of virgin coconut oil
- 2 tablespoons of castor oil
- 2 teaspoons of camphor powder
- Add 3 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel and 10 hibiscus flowers into the mixer.
- Grind these two ingredients to a very fine paste.
- Place a saucepan on the medium heat on the stove, pour the hibiscus paste you’ve made.
- Cook on medium flame, until the paste, is reduced to half its volume.
- Add coconut oil, castor oil, fenugreek, and powdered camphor one by one.
- Keep cooking the oil for the next 1-2 hours on the lowest heat setting, until all of the moisture content is gone and only oil is in your pan.
- The oil color should start changing its color.
- Simply add all the left-over hibiscus flowers when your oil is prepared. Stir the oil once in a while.
- Now just teat the leaves of the neem and the hibiscus into small parts.
- Add it to the oil too.
- Now leave your aloe-hibiscus-neem hair oil let it rest for the next two hours and then strain it into a clean and dry glass container.
- Split the hair into a small parting and apply the oil generously to the scalp.
- When you’re done rubbing all the oils on the scalp, using the finger pads, you can then rub the scalp.
It improves the circulation of the micro blood, too.
- Twice a week, use the hibiscus hair oil.
Therefore, it’s suggested you can keep the oil overnight, add the oil at night.
- Gently massage it on the scalp and hair, and hair ends. It fits all hairstyles.
This hair oil can be used for people who have hair issues too.
Neem oil is known for being effective in treating body and skin infections.
The rich antibacterial activity helps to combat infections in the hair and scalp.
This recipe for hibiscus hair oil is the best remedy for the treatment of itchy, smelly, irritated scalp, and hair.
Hibiscus hair oil is very helpful for hair loss, removal of dandruff, hair regrowth, thickening of hair, and healthy hair.
This homemade hair oil from hibiscus is highly beneficial for hair growth and shows positive hair loss results too.
This hair oil is made with leaves of hibiscus and the flowers of hibiscus.
Such hair oils can also be purchased from the market but when you can, it’s always good to get organic and homemade products.
The benefits of this hair oil are various in a number of ways because it is suitable for hair loss, dandruff treatment, and itchy scalp treatment until the oil is regularly used for scalp and hair massage.
Anyway, it does wonders for your mane once you start to oil your hair regularly.
- Hibiscus supports the development of hair.
- Hibiscus hair oil gives the hair a smooth shine and is highly beneficial.
- This oil extracted from herbal hair makes hair thicker.
- The oil prepares the hair and makes them hydrated.
- The frizz is reduced, and the hair becomes smoother.
- This hair oil is perfect for treating dandruff, too.
- This also stops white hairs from being premature.
- When scratching happens in the scalp this oil provides relief too.