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Hibiscus Hair Mask for Hairfall: DIY
Today I will be sharing a DIY hair mask which I have been using for quite some time for hairfall. It is summer and I face a severe hairfall due to dust and pollution. We all know how good hibiscus is for hair and how well it can treat hairfall. Not only its leaves but also the flower is very beneficial in reducing hairfall. This DIY is a simple 3-step process.
Things you will need:
• Red hibiscus flower
• Rosemary EO ( you can choose lavender or ylang ylang too)
• Clean bowl/spoon
Step 1: To make the hibiscus powder, take some flowers and dry them in the sun for 2 days without allowing moisture to ingress. Once the flower dries the crush the flower petals and then further grind them to make a fine powder.
Step 2: Now take 3 big tablespoon of yogurt in a clean bowl and add 1 tablespoon of hibiscus powder. You will see the powder releasing pink color. Now add 3-4 drops of rosemary EO.
Step 3: Mix everything well and keep it aside for a minute till the hibiscus powder releases its color and makes the mixture slight pink in color. Now the mixture is ready to use.
This mask is something I swear to when it comes to hairfall as hibiscus helps in reducing hairfall, yogurt provides nourishment to your lifeless hair and rosemary promotes hair growth and strengthens them.
Trust me it is very effective. Use it twice in a week and you will notice a nice shine and fullness in your hair.
P.S: If you do not have essential oils, you can use any other hair oil like coconut, olive or almond.
Hope this was helpful!! Until next time stay beautiful.
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