DIY: How to use flower hair mask!


Pollution in the environment and lack of healthy nutritive diet leads to not so healthy hair.

Hair care is important and it’s better if it comes from the natural source of ingredients.

In my search for good hair care products I went to an organic store near my home and got my hands on “Hibiscus Powder”.

Hibiscus flowerHibiscus or “gudhal” is considered very beneficial. This is due to the great nutritional values of hibiscus leaves and flower.

Hair masks made from this herbal element are accepted to be colossally powerful. Such masks are viewed as appropriate for both oily and dry hair. It is likewise known to help control hair fall because of calcium, riboflavin, phosphorous and vitamin C.

Hibiscus is one of the most renowned herbs used for hair growth. It has gained popularity because of its ability to stimulate hair growth even from dormant hair follicles in bald patches. The flower is an efficient remedy to put a stop to hair fall, encourage regrowth, and prevent premature graying. 


Hibiscus powder has many good effects on hair and some suggestions of use are as follows:

  • Mix 2 tbsp of hibiscus powder in water and make a paste of it. The consistency should be as of heena pack (check in the pictures above).
  • Apply this paste on the damp cleaned scalp and let it rest for 15-20 min’s.
  • Give a normal rinse to your hair and voila!!

Benefits of hibiscus powder:

  • Healthy and strong roots
  • Removes dandruff
  • Take care of spilt ends
  • Promotes hair growth
  • Thicker hair
  • Makes hair bouncier, and
  • Combat hair loss

You can see the bounce in my hair in the pic above!!!

The hairs feel great when they dry and the lingering fragrance of the hibiscus leaves makes me feel good.

If you’ve tried this hair mask then lets celebrate the healthy hairs together 🙂

If not then do try this easy and quick coffee-break hair mask at your home and enjoy the bounce on your crown.





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