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Poudre de Soin Capillaire d'Hibiscus - Phitofilos

Hibiscus Hair Care Powder - Phitofilos

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Hibiscus plant powder is a treatment powder known to strengthen, give shine and reduce hair loss. Ideal in the mixtures of vegetable dyes, its application will leave a mahogany color to your hair.

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What are the benefits of hibiscus powder?

The 100% natural plant powder is made from dried hibiscus flowers. Hibiscus is known to strengthen hair, make it shiny and stimulate its growth. You can combine it with henna to obtain red and mahogany tones and to illuminate the highlights.

Ideal for hair care, hibiscus powder can be used as a hair mask to leave on before your shampoo. It limits hair loss, makes hair soft and manageable and gives it strength and shine.

Hibiscus powder is also an excellent coloring agent, it can give mahogany highlights when left on long enough.

You can also mix it with the henna of your choice to get different shades like cherry or chestnut, depending on your natural hair color of course.

Hibiscus powder alone is not enough coverage for white hair. If you want to intensify the color of the powder you have to mix it with other hair care powders or vegetable coloring powders. Depending on your hair's base color and your preferences, the mixtures will result in shades ranging from pink to dark red, copper and plum colors.

How to use the natural hibiscus powder ?


    Mix the desired amount of hibiscus powder with very hot water to form a paste.
    Once your paste is creamy. You can mix it with other ayurvedic powders like amla or neem or natural henna to use it as a natural hair color.
    On clean hair, apply the hair mask you just prepared.
    Cover with cellophane or a shower cap and leave on for a few hours.
    Finally, rinse your hair thoroughly with clear water.


Ingredients (INCI)

Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Powder

Contents of the Hibiscus powder

100 gr

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