Color/Scent: Medium to Dark Pink/Light berry scent
Extraction: Certified Organic Vegetable Glycerin
Part of the plant used: Hybiscus Flowers
Shelf Life: 1 year AP
Suggested concentration use: 1-10 %
The magical flower
Many cultures have hibiscus tea regularly made from the flowers and served both hot and cold. Dried hibiscus flowers is edible. The flower ca n be used as garnishing, in salads or food food coloring.
Hibiscus flowers have moisturizing and anti-aging properties.
Organic acids such citric acid and malic acid found in Hibiscus helps to speed up cell turnover, resulting in a more even looking skin tone.
Rich in antioxidants anthocyanocides proven to help fight skin damaging free radicals, anthocyanocides also have slightly astringent properties, helping to reduce the appearance of large pores for a smoother complexion and its an anti-inflammatory effect and can help to soothe inflamed skin an excellent ingredient to be used in products intended address very sensitive skin.
Increasing skin elasticity with the ability to inhibit the activity of the enzyme elastase, which is responsible for breaking down our skin’s elastin.
Organic Hibiscus sabdariffa (Hybiscus) flowers - Often called “botox plant’ hibiscus restores skin's elasticity to give a stunning natural youth-boost. With the incredible ability to inhibit the activity of the enzyme elastase, which is responsible for breaking down our skin’s precious elastin, Hibiscus actively combats the aging process by firming and lifting your skin..
NOTE: Anthocyanins, responsible for the color of red, purple, or blue, darker of lighter depending on their pH (acid or alkali) around the molecule. The anthocyanin turns bright pink in acids, reddish-purple in neutral solutions and green in alkaline or basic solutions. Therefore, the color of your final product will be determined by the PH of it.