Why hibiscus tea has to be part of your beauty routine

Why hibiscus tea has to be part of your beauty routine

This herbal tea has many beneficial and cosmetic properties: let’s find out what it is and why it is good for our body!

Hibiscus tea is made with the flower of this plant. It is also called roselle, but it has different names according to the Country you go. This red drink is a great ally of our beauty and health.

It is rich in anti-inflammatory and digestive properties and vitamin C. It is extraordinary against constipation and flu. In case of cold, sore throat, cough or flu, it is higly recommended. However, not everyone knows hibiscus tea is also perfect for our skin. Let’s find out everything about is cosmetic properties!

Hibiscus tea: cosmetic properties

This herbal tea is amazing for our health and skin. It is rich in antioxidants, so it is perfect to eliminate free radicals and slowing skin aging down. In this way, wrinkles and aging signs will appear later in time.

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That’s not all! This tea can make your skin soft, elastic and shiny. Moreover, it is rich in soothing properties, therefore it is highly recommended for people with a sensitive skin or in case of inflammations.

There are a lot of products which use hibiscus tea as an ingredient, for example its pure oil. You can use it to improve your hair look and to make it softer and healthier. You can either make a compress for your skin or hair, or you can drink it as a herbal tea, both hot or cold. It tastes quite bitter, but you could sweeten it with vanilla or cinnamon. You can also use it as a completely natural henna to dye your hair!

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ultimo aggiornamento: 21-03-2019

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