Hibiscus Oil For Skin
- How to make hibiscus oil for skin? The answer is it is one of the natural oils richest in vitamin E, in face care to avoid ageing and the signs of ageing.
- Its unique antioxidant content enables an anti-ageing and firming cure suitable for mature and fragile skin.
- Its regular application will preserve the elasticity of the tissue and will delay the formation of fine lines.
- Hibiscus vegetable oil is a beautiful youth treatment capable of avoiding deep wrinkles, marked dark spots, and cracks.
- It fights against sagging skin and provides better resistance to tension. Hence we also recommend it in anti-stretch mark treatment.
Benefits of Hibiscus oil for skin
- Delays skin ageing and smoothes fine lines.
- Nourishes dry and damaged skin
- Reduces dark spots & stretch marks
- Restores elasticity and tone to the skin
- Soothes the skin after sun exposure
- Nourishes and coats the skin fibre
- Brings shine and strength to the face cells
- Hibiscus oil is the softening and softening treatment par excellence. It soothes and repairs dehydrated and damaged skin.
- Hibiscus oil contains high levels of unsaturated fatty acids: omega six and omega nine fatty acids, which are essential constituents for the skin.
- They act for the deep hydration of the skin and guarantee the outer layer’s protection against external attacks.
- These active ingredients are excellent regenerating agents and quickly repair cracked, scaly tissue with slight unsightly stains.
Extraction of Hibiscus vegetable oil
- Hibiscus vegetable oil is obtained by cold pressing the seeds present in the fruit of the plant.
- Without chemical treatment or excessive heat, the oil resulting from this traditional process is of high quality.
- It is full of a maximum of natural active substances from which we favour in beauty care.
- We see this vegetable oil to be virgin and pure because it retains all its properties and, above all, does not contain any chemical activity.
Preparation of hibiscus oil for skin – Nourishing and Regenerating
- Hibiscus oil is both regenerating and nourishing for the skin and hair. It is a real beauty ally!
- We should not add any additives, chemicals, perfumes, or dyes.
- Each of the hibiscus oils has its properties and represents in itself a nourishing and regenerating treatment.
- 1 litre of oil
- 100 g of dried hibiscus flowers
Preparation of the oil:
- Firstly, boil the oil.
- Secondly, put the hibiscus flowers in the oil and let boil for 20 minutes.
- Then, let cool and filter.
- Lastly, add the castor oil as optional or an additional ingredient of your choice, and it’s ready!
- You can drink hot or cold, or even slightly iced: place your oil in the freezer for one hour while the ice begins to form, but without making an ice cube, it’s very refreshing!
- You can store it in a cool, dry, and ventilated place, far from a source of heat and protected from light.
- Firstly, in case of contact with the eyes, rinse them for several minutes, keeping the eyelids apart.
- Secondly, if swallowed, rinse mouth.