While the drizzles turn to downpours and the rhythmic rain increases its pace, taking care of yourself can be tougher than usual. You may dance to the tune of monsoon, but it is not just rain that falls this season. Your hair is one of the many casualties of this weather and beautiful singsong. From falling to losing its strength, from dandruff to dampness, the side effects are many.
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, the glorious tropical flower, also known as the Kingof Hair Care, comes to the rescue. Called by many names like Japa Pushpa (in Hindi), Dasavala (in Kannada), GolapaPhula (in Bengali), Cemparutti (in Tamil), and Mandara (in Telugu), its benefits are many too. With countless healing properties, that nourish and strengthen the hair, it is also famous for reducing blood pressure and heart diseases, to boost the immune system. "Its natural pigments help in increasing skin elasticity, smoothening skin tone and leaving a radiant glow." Altogether, its multiple advantages, make it worthy of the royal title it holds.
Travel the distance from dull to healthy hair with the power of Hibiscus:
From Dullness to Brightness
Due to excess humidity in the air, the hair loses its nourishment and natural shine. This leads to dryness and hair fall. The fall happens not just in strands but even in lumps sometimes, leaving the hair frizzy and weak.
Revive your hair and nourish in back to its original shine with the natural goodness of Hibiscus. It brings back the glow, adds the much-needed bounce to hair and makes it monsoon ready.
From Humidity to Health
The damp weather causes the hair to remain moist for longer than necessary. This acts as an ideal playground for dandruff to grow. The microbes present in hair thrive in the damp or wet conditions, and aggravate the damage caused by dandruff further. This leads to a dry and itchy scalp,causing long-term damage to hair.
Hibiscus, a floral antidote, prevents the dryness and restores moisture to treat the itchy scalp and leave hair nourished and soft.
From Chemical to Natural
Shampooing the hair too much with chemical products can cause excessive damage to hair by stripping the hair of natural oils and making it dry and brittle over time. In monsoons, the irritation and dryness are further magnified because of the pollutants present in rain water. Together, these chemicals weaken the roots and cause more harm than good.
The healing properties in Hibiscus, cleanse without stripping the hair and scalp of its natural oils. It works on the hair and scalp inside out to make hair feel smooth and nurtured. Pick a natural chemical free shampoo with the right ingredients that is gentle for everyday use.
With Hair King Hibiscus, give your hair the much-needed calm in an otherwise stormy monsoon.
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