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8 benefits when you use Hibiscus for your Skin and hair:
Here is 8 benefits of hibiscus you probably had no idea about.
#1) Cleansing: Hibiscus has natural surfactants called as saponins that help in cleansing your skin in a natural way.
#2) Preventive: The ‘Botox Plant’: With a magical way of increasing skin elasticity, it’s no wonder Hibiscus is nicknamed the ‘Botox plant’. One of the most powerful anti-aging plants hibiscus also; gives a stunning natural youth-boost. While inhibiting the destructive activity of the enzyme elastase, which is responsible for breaking down skin elastin, Hibiscus actively battles the aging process by firming and lifting your skin.
#3) Anti-aging: Since Hibiscus is rich in anti-oxidants that help in reversing the damage caused by UV rays, dust, pollutants, and diseases, etc. on your skin.
#4) Exfoliation: The organic AHA’s or alpha hydroxyl acid in Hibiscus helps in cell turnover producing new ones and the shedding of dead skin cells similar to a scrub.
#5) Evens skin tone: One of the most visible signs of skin aging is hyperpigmentation or age spots. While this can occur for a number of different reasons, including ultraviolet radiation exposure, excess melanin production, and genetics. Thanks to the gentle exfoliating effect of the organic acids found in the plant, like citric acid and malic acid, Hibiscus helps to obtain a more even looking skin tone.
#6) Wound Healing: Several studies prove that extracts from Hibiscus promote healing of the wound.
#7) Anti-bacterial: Hibiscus has anti-bacterial properties along with promoting healing it aids in prevent infection if applied to wounds.
#8) Intense moisture boost
Hibiscus has an amazing naturally high mucilage content, a sticky substance produced by plants that help with the storage of water and food. This high mucilage content Hibiscus holds, enhances the skin’s ability to retain moisture, a key factor in retaining a youthful complexion, as no one has ever looked great with dry skin. The naturally rich moisture properties of Hibiscus help skin stay hydrated, soft and supple for longer, keeping dry, dull skin at bay. Mucilage makes a fantastic natural moisturizer that is gentle enough even for sensitive skin.
#9) Hair growth: Lastly, Various studies have shown that the leaves of the Hibiscus plant have more hair growth promoting action than the flowers.
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