Hibiscus sabdariffa (Hibiscus flower), Cocos nucifera (Coconut oil), Olea europaea (Olive oil),
Hibiscus oil is a greatly beneficial oil to be used on, cuts, bruises, and wounds. It helps to cure them in no time and does not harm the skin in any way and has no side-effects if applied on bruises or cuts directly.
Hibiscus oil is rich in Vitamin C and A, both vitamins helps to nourish the skin and increases the recovery time. Also, Vitamin C is used on acne as well, as it helps in brighten and lighten the skin by fading the blemishes and acne. And this oil has anti-bacterial properties that promote healing with no chances of getting infected.
Hibiscus benefits are many and one of the most amazing benefits of hibiscus is that it helps to make you look younger.
Hibiscus oil stimulates hair growth and revitalizes the scalp by promoting blood circulation in the head.
Hibiscus oil holds Alpha Hydroxy Acids also known as AHA, which helps in exfoliation of the skin. It holds the natural acids that help to nourish and exfoliate the skin. Also, applying hibiscus oil on any part of the body sheds the dead skin cells and works as a scrub to that area
Hibiscus flower holds surfactants also known as saponins that help to cleanse the skin deeply in a natural way. The organic acids and natural saponins present in hibiscus oil promote cleansing and help to shed the dead skin cells, making the skin deeply clean. Thus, hibiscus oil can be used as a natural cleanser and can be applied directly to the skin.
Apply a small amount of it on the upper part of your inner arm. If you are sensitive to any of the ingredients, a reaction such as reddening, burning, itching, or other irritation, should occur within twenty-four hours of application, discontinue and seek medical help immediately