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Hibiscus sabdariffa

  • History

    The flowers of Hibiscus sabdariffa are used to make a drink whose name differs from one country to another. It can be called Flor de Jamaica, karkade or bissap (tropical America and Sub-Saharan Africa). In many African countries, it is considered the national drink, and it can also be served as a tea, hence its name "Egyptian red tea".

  • Location

    Hibiscus sabdariffa flowers used in extract come from Egypt and Ghana

  • Cosmetic actions

    Renowned for their softening and protective properties, hibiscus flowers, combined with the beneficial effects of marine ingredients, are excellent for the skin and hair. Their moisturizing properties also improve skin suppleness and add shine to the hair.

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