5. Deep conditioner:
As seen in this article, there are many ways of using hibiscus for hair growth. One such way is when you are able to make your roots stronger. How?
Just make a paste of 8 hibiscus flowers with water
Apply it to a clean scalp and leave for 1 hour.
The effect is the same as deep conditioning from an expensive salon.
Rid yourself off the dirt accumulated in the hair by using hibiscus leaves. Grind ½ cup of hibiscus leaves to form a thick paste, then massage your hair with it and leave for 3 minutes before washing off.
Hibiscus leaves are an excellent remedy for dandruff.
All you need to do is soak 1 tbsp. of fenugreek seeds overnight.
Next grind a handful of hibiscus leaves, the soaked fenugreek seeds and buttermilk together to form a paste and apply to your scalp.
8. Controls itchiness:
If you have a dry scalp then hibiscus oils might help.
Boil a pot with half-filled water, mix some hibiscus flowers, neem leaves and fenugreek seeds to it and let the water evaporate a bit.
Cool the mixture and then filter it through a sieve.
Use the residue filter on your hair.
Then rinse your hair with shampoo.
9. Preserves natural lustre:
Make a paste of 1 whole lime, few hibiscus flowers and henna leaves. Apply this mixture onto the scalp and leave for 30 to 45 minutes before washing off.
10. Stronger hair:
For stronger, thicker and manageable hair, use a mask of hibiscus with curd.
Simply make a paste with few hibiscus leaves and add 4tbsp curd to it.
Smear it over your scalp and let it rest for 1 hour.
Wash off with shampoo
Also, check out 3 essential hair oil recipes to improve hair health and get stronger hair here.
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