Natural Hibiscus Shampoo – Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo

by maria updated June 16, 2014

Natural Hibiscus Shampoo - Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo: Hibiscus Shampoo. One of the best gifts to mankind is Hibiscus. Hibiscus Plant is a must in all houses. I am gonna share this wonderful Natural Hibiscus Shampoo - Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo. This Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo is easy to make. If you aplly this Natural Hibiscus Shampoo - Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo on a regular basis can create wonders for your hair.

God has gifted us with abundance. One of the best gifts to mankind is Hibiscus. Hibiscus Plant is a must in all houses. I am gonna share this wonderful Natural Hibiscus Shampoo – Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo. This Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo is easy to make. If you apply this Natural Hibiscus Shampoo – Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo on a regular basis .It would create wonders for your hair.

We all spend thousands of money on shampoos without knowing what it consists of. Here I am sharing with you this Natural Hibiscus Shampoo – Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo. This shampoo is 100% natural and will give you amazing results. One needs to be patient to see the outcome.

Hibiscus has great properties to repair, heal hair. Its amazing for Hair care. If used Hibiscus regularly will promote hair growth, stop premature graying, darken your hair and acts as a great conditioner. Most of the Asian Ladies have made Hibiscus as a part of their daily life.

So what are you waiting for ! lets move ahead to note down the Ingredients Required for this Natural Hibiscus Shampoo – Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo

Ingredients:

  • 6 to 8 Hibiscus Leaves
  • 3 to 4 Tulsi leaves
  • 2 Hibiscus flowers
  • 3 tbsp Green Gram Flour ( Green whole Mung Daal Flour)
  • 1 tbsp Coconut Or Olive Oil
  • 1 cup Water

Method:

  • Pluck Hibiscus leaves, Tulsi Leaves along with the Hibiscus Flowers. If it’s not grown in your house. You can buy these from market.
  • Now add the Green Gram Flour in it. Grind them into a paste with water.
  • Once the liquid is loose and a bit frothy your shampoo is ready. Just add 1 tbsp Hair Oil and mix well.

Natural Hibiscus Shampoo - Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo

  • Ensure you use this shampoo fresh. Please don’t refrigerate this Natural Hibiscus Shampoo – Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo. Use it immediately after making this Shampoo.
  • Rinse hair and apply this natural shampoo. Just the way you use your other shampoos. Be gentle don’t scrub your hair with a lot of force.Leave it for 5 mins. Now wash this with water.
  • Pat your head gently with towel. Once your hair is dried. Comb it gently.
  • On Regular use you will notice shiny black hair naturally. Thanks to Mother nature for giving us such wonderful plant.
  • See your hair silky shiny with a great fall. You can try this homemade shampoo once in a week minimum to get good result.
  • Use this Natural Hibiscus Shampoo – Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo once in a week for optimum results.

Tip:

  1. The consistency of shampoo should be fluid and loose
  2. Don’t refrigerate this Hair Shampoo

Natural Hibiscus Shampoo - Homemade Hibiscus Shampoo



{ 22 comments… read them below or add one }

nidhi June 17, 2014 at 8:19 pm

Hey hi Maria! It’s a lovely post on the bounties of hibiscus…To sum up I’d say its Informative+Intriguing+Interesting( three I’s) :) just one query:- Can I add aloe vera juice instead of green gram flour as aloe vera would add more softness to one’s tresses?

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maria June 17, 2014 at 8:57 pm

Yes you could add aloevera juice too :) thanks for your positive words.

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pramod May 20, 2014 at 11:24 pm

Hi Maria,

I bought hibiscus shampoo from BSP Yercaud which is no expiry (they mentioned). Hibiscus shampoo will get spoil? Please let me know, is it safe to use BSP product?

Thanks in advance

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maria May 22, 2014 at 1:33 pm

Pramod I have no knowledge about BSP products I am sorry about it.

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Dan May 5, 2014 at 3:13 am

Thanks, Maria. This is a fantastic recipe. Just wondering, are there any variations on this recipe, perhaps with other ayurvedic shampoo ingredients?

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sushma chawra August 19, 2012 at 3:12 pm

maria your all recipes are too good and easy to cook thanks

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sunita December 1, 2011 at 11:32 am

hi maria

thanks so much for yr quick reply 2morrow will be the date for this hisbiscus shampoo lets see i will update you just wanted to say that i have seen all your recipes and you have managed to answer all the queries maybe one line or one page and its really appreciable for doing that.gr8 keep it up
take care

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maria December 1, 2011 at 12:58 pm

Hey Sunita,

Do try the shampoo and lemme know your results. Thanks a ton :) take care of yourself too.

Love,
Maria

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SAJDA December 1, 2011 at 8:26 am

HELLO beautiful creations of recipes may it be for hungry pangs or lusturious hair, very informative only one question i dont get hibiscus leaves but i do get flowers so what will be the substitutes for it and i have long hair till my waist will this quantity be sufficient. thanks for yr reply in advance

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maria December 1, 2011 at 9:32 am

Thanks a ton Sajda! You could take take about 10 to 12 hibiscus flowers along with tulsi Or rose leaves for long hair. Yeah for one time wash it would be sufficient you could mix rita powder for some lather.

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SUNITA November 30, 2011 at 10:42 am

can i make it previous night to use this the nest morning and keep it in normal temperature not in fridge.

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maria November 30, 2011 at 3:12 pm

Hi Sunita,

You could make previous day but squeeze some lime juice in it. It’s advisable you keep in the fridge and thaw it an hour before using. Because of humidity it can spoil.

Cheers!
Maria

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Sumit Chaudhuri July 3, 2011 at 9:19 am

Saw your Aloe vera face pack…I have dozens of pots where aloe vera grows in abundance… I have smeared the transparent raw gel on my face….and had rinsed off after 15 minutes….

But I will surely try the pack which you have recommended….

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maria July 3, 2011 at 11:14 am

Hey Sumit,

Thanks for spending time here great to know you have so many pots pass me some :)…. Also you could use my pack Or even applying plain aloevera is great for your skin.

Love,
Maria

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shagufta May 16, 2011 at 6:29 pm

hi very nice receipe for shampoo. but does it clean d hair i mean d dust dirt etc. can v use shampoo other cosmetics in week days and this on sunday

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maria May 17, 2011 at 5:59 am

Hi Shagufta,

You can add extracts of Ritha Or Ritha Powder for lather. You can even soak whole Ritha in water overnight. Mix this water with hibiscus shampoo and apply to your hair. Ritha gives lather also cleans your hair. We all are so used to using shampoos so it will take some time for you to develop habit using hibiscus shampoo. The more you use the better the results. You can also use this once a week and once shampoo. It’s entirely up to you.

Love,
Maria

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Anane Priscilla June 14, 2014 at 9:29 pm

Hy am in Ghana, and i love the recipe but i have a problem with the ingredents to make the natural habiscus shampol. I can only get the habiscus leaves and flower and the aloevera too. But the remaining ones i wount get them.What can i do about it.

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maria June 16, 2014 at 3:42 pm

Anane use basil leaves, olive oil ad chickpea flour instead. Hope this helps you.

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priti May 16, 2011 at 6:46 am

hey..it’s really nice to read these articles..i like it

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maria May 16, 2011 at 7:54 am

Hey Priti,

Firstly thanks for reading my blog. I am glad you liked the content…Thanks a ton and keep reading them.

Love,
Maria

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Jacquline January 21, 2011 at 5:29 pm

Hey brilliant website I am proud of you, very informative

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maria January 21, 2011 at 6:03 pm

Hey Jack,

Thanks for your views. I am glad you found my site informative!

Love,
Maria

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