Homemade Hibiscus Hair Oil Recipe, Benefits

homemade hibiscus hair oil Hibiscus hair oil is very good for hair loss, dandruff removal, hair regrowth, making hair thicker and for healthy hair. This homemade hibiscus hair oil is highly beneficial in hair growth and shows good results in hair loss too. This hair oil is made using hibiscus leaves and hibiscus flowers. Such hair oils can also be bought from the market but it is always good to get the organic and homemade products when you can. Benefits of this hair oil are numerous in variety of ways like it is ideal for hair loss, treating dandruff and itchy scalp, once the oil is used regularly to massage the scalp and hair.

Homemade Hibiscus hair oil and How to make Hibiscus hair oil at home: DIY

You will need hibiscus plant flowers and leaves. Make sure that you use fresh flowers or they can be only a day old but not more than that. Take some flowers and hibiscus leaves. Shred the hibiscus flowers and hibiscus leaves into small pieces and then using a grinder. Grind the flowers and leaves. When the extracts are grinded, you will have to take them out. Take one cup of coconut oil and put it into a saucepan. Warm the oil and put the flower extra into this coconut oil. [Read: 10 Home remedies for dry itchy scalp]

Boil both of them well. Keep the flame at low as we need to warm the flowers and oils properly. After this, add few neem leaves, if you are struggling with dandruff to prepare your hibiscus hair oil for dandruff or few pieces of curry leaves, if you’re making a hibiscus hair oil for hair loss. Even if you put both these herbs then too it will be good as it will make this oil more powerful. Once the coconut oil becomes infused with the hibiscus extracts. Put off the flame and let the oil cool down. After some time, Sieve the hair oil in a small bottle. Your Home made hibiscus oil is ready for use.

You can store it and use when you want. It will have a good shelf life but in case you feel that the oil smells bad or the smell has changed, then you can know that it is the time to discard the oil. This will not happen commonly as mostly the hair oil will finish soon than it gets stale. It is good to make the hibiscus hair oil in small quantities like with just a cup of coconut oil. [Read: Natural tips for premature grey hair]

Benefits of Homemade Hibiscus hair oil and its uses for hair

  • Hibiscus promotes hair growth.
  • Hibiscus hair oil is highly beneficial in giving a smooth shine to the hair.
  • This herbal hair oil makes hair thicker.
  • It conditions the hair and hydrates them.
  • It reduces the frizz and hair appears softer.
  • This hair oil is also great for dandruff treatment.
  • It also prevents premature white hairs.
  • When there is itching in the scalp then too this oil gives relief.

How to use this homemade hibiscus hair oil

Use this hibiscus hair oil twice a week. It is suggested that you should keep the oil overnight therefore, apply the oil at night. Massage it gently on the scalp and on the hair, hair ends. It is suitable for all hair type. This hair oil can be used by men too who are suffering from hair problems. Do read out tips on getting thicker hair with home remedies.

About Niesha

Hi, I am Niesha Jeenwal. A beauty blogger, who's been in Blogging world for the past 3.5 years and started my first blog Indianbeautyforever.com which is an Indian makeup and beauty blog while Tips and Beauty.com is mostly dedicated to natural ways and treatments to achieve good skin, hair and health. :) Allow me 2-3 days to reply to your mails or comments. xoxo

22 comments

  1. Is it possible to make d oil if the flowers n leaves r 3-4days old?

  2. yes, it you can.

  3. Can we add fresh aloeveera gel with the oil

  4. Yes Sameeta, you can. This will boost up the efficiency and give hydration further.

  5. Thanks lot God bless

  6. My skin is acne prone it’s has lot of big pores on my chicks any home remedy which can make them appear small pls
    Also for acne and anti tan pack

  7. Hi Sameeta,
    large pores can only be shrunk temporarily thus you can apply some cucumber juice or apply multani mitti pack which shows good results. This si also an anti tan pack. Or you can also apply papaya juice which is known to take away the skin tanning

    For acne try applying tea tree oil on the acne at night.

  8. So so helpful thanks lot
    God bless u

  9. God bless u too dear!!

  10. Hi ,
    I made this oil about few days ago and last night when I was applying it it smelled bad though i left some in my hair.Does this mean it went stale and will it harm my hair which I used overnight?

  11. Yes, that means the oil has gone bad. You can make this again. My oil lasted for 7 days during winters. I think if the quantity is more then storing the oil in refrigerator will be good. And when you have to use that just take some and warm it up in a microwave for better absorption. But make sure to store in a wide mouthed container so that even when the coconut oil solidifies, you can easy use a spoon to atke out the oil.

  12. Don’t worry, just for one time use when you felt the oil had gone bad, it will not harm the hair.

  13. Thanks a ton for your reply, it was really helpful:)

  14. Hello Niesha,

    I am 27 & i am really worried of my hair turning into white so soon.
    Initially they were very few but now it spreads rapidly. I am worried let me any medicine or home made therapy. I would be grateful.

  15. Hi Dev,

    I can understand that and white hair problem is getting very common these days. I will advise you to take fruit juices daily and also apply this oil 3 times in a day. Here is the recipe.

    Boil 15-20 curry leaves in half cup of cobnut oil and warm it till the curry leaves get dark in color, then let this cool down and apply this at night. wash with shampoo in the morning. This oil can be used upto 7-8 days since the quantity it is prepared is not much.
    Hope this helps you.

  16. Can U please mention the quantity of flowers and leavings with ML of oil.. ?
    also please let me know whether Neem leafs and curry leafs should be grined with with earlier paste.. ?
    Thank you so much…. stay blessed… 🙂

  17. Can U please mention the quantity of flowers and leavings with ML of oil.. ?
    also please let me know whether Neem leafs and curry leafs should be grined with with earlier paste.. ?
    Thank you so much…. stay blessed… 🙂 🙂

  18. Hi Aliya,

    You can put 2-3 flowers in 1/2 cup of coconut oil. Then you can also put the neem and curry leaves so that when you boil the oil then everything will get boiled.

    Hope that helps you!! 🙂

  19. Can we leave the residue in the oil instead of straining. Is it mandatory to strain the oil..

  20. Yes, sure, but the residue often get tangled in the hair that is why we strain. else that is your choice

  21. Hi I read this receipe today..a day before I made hibiscus oil I took 12 flowers of hibiscus nd 1 tea spoon rai nd 1 bottle parachute nd I juz put them on gas for 4-5 minutes is it beneficial??