Hibiscus flowers

Hibiscus flowers at Coeur de Beauté natural cosmetics with natural fruit acids What are hibiscus flowers?

Hibiscus, also known as marshmallow (Hibiscus), is a genus of plants within the mallow family (Malvaceae). These impressive plants are characterized by their huge flowers in bright colors and their long flowering period. They can be found in all tropical and subtropical regions of the world and like to thrive on the banks of streams and in forests.
The hibiscus flowers and calyxes contain many ingredients with effective properties. These include fruit acid, malic acid, tartaric acid, citric acid, anthocyanins, flavonoids, phytosterols and pectin.
The high vitamin C content in hibiscus is particularly noteworthy. Vitamin C has strong antioxidant properties and is essential for the production of collagen and the formation of cartilage and bone tissue.

The effect on your skin:

cream with white tea from Coeur de Beauté With a variety of herbal active ingredients, hibiscus can improve skin elasticity and flexibility as well as tighten and firm - similar to a natural Botox treatment. The high concentration of natural acids in hibiscus, such as citric acid, malic acid, ascorbic acid and hibiscus acid, also supports the balancing and lightening of age spots and pigmentation disorders. These acids also have anti-inflammatory and clarifying properties, which means they can be effective in preventing pimples and irritations.