Hello drop-dead gorgeous ladies 🙂 I am back with another new post – Etheric Hibiscus Powder Review. In Indian hair care routines, hibiscus flowers have been relied upon since times immemorial for improving one’s appearance in a natural way. From effectively covering greys to conditiioning one’s mane, from imparting lustre to giving your hair a new lease of life, hibiscus is a wondrous ingredient for cosseting one’s tresses 🙂 Hibiscus is enriched with lots of benefits for your crowning glory. It combats hair fall, adds sheen, nourishes your hair’s roots, and also supports hair growth.
Having used Etheric’s rose petals powder before for skin care and emerging really contented with the same, today I will be reviewing Etheric Hibiscus Powder. I have been using this powder for over three months and here goes my review of the same. Read on my Etheric Hibiscus Powder Review to find how it fared for me 🙂
Price of Etheric Hibiscus Powder : Rs.150/- for 100 g
Directions for use : Mix with the base ingredient to form a smooth paste. Apply evenly and wash off with cold water.
Ingredients : Natural dried powder of hibiscus flowers
Shelf life : 1 year
Color : Dark red bordering on brown.
Smell : There is no significant or noteworthy aroma. That said, it isn’t gross or unpleasant.
What Etheric Hibiscus Powder claims
An ancient Indian traditional herb to encourage hair growth and discourage split ends. It prevents greying of hair, thickens hair and is good on roots.
My experience with Etheric Hibiscus Powder
Packed in a sealed, plastic packet, Etheric Hibiscus powder is sturdy. Since the package is sealed really well, so you can be assured that the product must have not been tampered with during delivery 🙂 However, once opened, you to necessarily transfer the contents to a clean container. Overall, it is not up to the mark in terms of packaging.
It is finely powdered so it is a cakewalk to mix it with whatever base ingredient you want to be it- yogurt, water or anything else 🙂 I have been using this consistently for over three months by mixing a heaped tablespoon of it with water. I keep it on my scalp as well as hair for about an hour and wash off with ample cold water. Removal is again a cakewalk 🙂
The result is glossy, lustrous and velvety soft hair and you cannot resist the temptation stroke your hands down your mane. It is, in my opinion, suitable for all hair types and the results will definitely be forthcoming within a few weeks if not within the first time 🙂 Also, I have black tresses the color of which I am unwilling to alter, and even after using Etheric Hibiscus Powder for over 3 months, my hair hasn’t changed in color. Maybe when used with other more potent ingredients like- beetroot juice, it can impart a red tone.
Etheric Hibiscus powder imparts shine, lustre, and softness to one’s mane. It even cleanses one’s scalp effectively. I think it is suitable for all hair types and the best part is that your hair is naturally treated. So, you aren’t bombarding your sclap with an overarching amount of toxic chemicals.
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Good about Etheric Hibiscus Powder
- Natural solution
- Softens hair
- Imparts an enviable gloss/shine
- Manufactured by Devodhyog which is an enterprise that provides employment to people with special needs. There’s a sense of satisfaction one derives when you support such a noble and benevolent initiative.
- Effective hair cleanser
- Beneficial for long-term utilisation
Bad about Etheric Hibiscus Powder
- Limited availability. It can be bought only online at present. Also, COD (Cash on Delivery) option isn’t available.
- A little less quantity for the price being paid.
Availability : Online
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4.5/5
Good product…will try it in summers….nicely reviewed dear….
Thank you Pallavi 🙂 Hope you have a pleasant experience with it!
Great review, dear… I am planning to get a hibiscus powder. Which one do you think is better? Etheric or Banjara’s?
Thanks Archana 🙂 I’ll suggest Etheric Hibiscus powder because it has ONLY hibiscus flowers (dried and finely powdered) as its ingredient whereas Banjaras hibiscus powder mentions its key ingredients so that leaves open the room for addition of some kind of preservatives no matter how mild they may be 🙂 The only reason why Etheric shouldn’t be preferred is because it is slightly more expensive than Banjaras (etheric costs Rs 150/- per 100 g whereas Banjaras costs Rs 90/- per 100 g) but that’s not a huge difference. At least you’re getting 100% organic stuff for those Rs 60/- extra. That’s why I’d suggest Etheric 🙂 Do share your results once you try it.