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Health Benefits of Hibiscus Tea

 From enjoying tea while chit-chatting or enjoying it through window panes looking at the downpour, tea has the power to uplift your mood. It is magical and there is a wide variety of tea. One such type is hibiscus tea which is beneficial for our skin as well as for our hair. Hibiscus tea is referred to as a botox herb, which is a flower that is loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that aid your skin in keeping it young and beautiful.

1.Boosts Collagen Production

Hibiscus is rich in vitamin C and helps in boosting collagen production. Collagen is a protein in the skin that keeps your skin radiant and youthful. Hibiscus is loaded with antioxidants known as myricetin and it helps in reducing the degeneration of collagen and naturally increases the production of collagen.

2.Hydrates Skin

Hibiscus tea is consumed as a detox to flush your body and keep you hydrated. It hydrates your skin and aids the nutrients to stay in the skin, thereby providing nutrients and moisture. It keeps your skin supple and soft and aids in better transmission of blood to the skin.

3.keeps your skin firm

Hibiscus contains astringent properties that tighten the pores of your skin and keeps excess sebum production in check. As hibiscus is high in vitamin C, it boosts the production of collagen and tightens the pores of the skin. 

Exfoliates The Skin

Hibiscus contain AHA (Alpha-Hydroxy Acids) which reduces hyperpigmentation and is high in citric acid and malic acid which clears the dead skin cells from your skin while stabilizing the natural level of oils. It is known to be a natural exfoliator and cleanser. Also, it contains natural surfactants that clear your pores and do not clog them.

5.Strengthens Hair

Hibiscus tea is packed with amino acids which strengthen hair. It contains nutrients that are crucial for hair growth. Drinking hibiscus tea improves the quality of your hair and makes it shiny. It also strengthens hair roots. 

6.Nourishes Hair

Hibiscus nourishes your hair and keeps the moisture intact. It has hair-softening properties and keeps frizzy hair at bay. It is high in mucilage that conditions your hair and builds up the elasticity of the hair. It keeps your hair silky and shiny.

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Hibiscus juice reduces dandruff as it is high in antioxidants like vitamin A, C and alpha hydroxy acids which is beneficial in exfoliating the scalp. It also contains astringent properties which stabilize the oil production on the scalp and reduce dandruff.

8.Keeps  Grey Hair Away

Hibiscus is rich in antioxidants and vitamins which are important for the production of melanin, which gives hair its natural colour. According to Ayurveda and Science, hibiscus acts as a natural dye for grey hair. The extract of hibiscus juice provides a crimson colour to your grey hair and gives a dark shine.

Final Thoughts

Hibiscus is not just a flower but it is also packed with many health benefits and
can do wonders for your skin and hair. So the next time you brew tea, add a
hibiscus flower to it to reap its health benefits.

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