Hibiscus Skin & Hair Cream Bath

Hibiscus flowers hold divine energy of unity, togetherness, peace and happiness. Our skin symbolically represents our sensitivity and our sensitives to life are expressed here. The way we use our mind influences how we are touched by the situation and how we respond or in some cases react to them. Our skin is the book that tells our living story of what is happening within our life on the inside as well as within our life situation we are currently within. The hibiscus flower repairs the imbalances that are occurring which are restricting us from being in alignment with our centre. The hibiscus reminds us that we are all on our most deepest level are belonging together and we are each apart of the same creation and from the same source. Drawing from the healing power of this flower and using it within our regime of self care on our body and senses,  we can honour our touch on life and how life touches us through our skin  and nurture our spirit and mind.

Below you will find an easy recipe for a traditionally beautiful skin & hair cream bath specific for harmony and peace through living oneness from our current INDAH Living program.  For more on how to Spring Clean Through Your Own Skin Click here


·       5 fresh hibiscus flowers, leaves included

·       Coconut oil

·       Optional: 3 tulsi leaves


·       1
Chop the flowers and leaves. 
You may use a grinder or mixer to crush it. The consistency need not be pasty. Add more flowers as necessary until you get ½ cup of the crushed flowers.

·       2
Heat the cut herbs in a pan.

·       3
Stir in coconut oil on low heat.

·       4
When the mixture starts to smoke, add 3 tulsi leaves.

·       5
Turn off heat and filter out the oil. 
Store in bottle or container.

Directions for Use:

·       Massage into scalp.

·       Leave on for 10 minutes, then rinse.

·       Apply weekly for best results.

Honour your essence. Give yourself love. 

Offer yourself nurture. Take time to care

From Heart, Through Earth




Author & Photography: Randall Simpson