Rosemary Hair Treatment

Rosemary Hair Treatment

By Aniela M / April 4, 2019

Try a rosemary hair treatment rinse to stimulate hair growth and leave it shinier than ever!

Rosemary is an herbal culinary staple bringing lots of yummy life to a variety of dishes. It is a sturdy plant that can grow pretty much anywhere that it’s planted and has been used medicinally for centuries in the Mediterranean where it is native too. It is high in iron and calcium and contains essential flavonoids and tannins that all in aid in a variety of body and health issues. Rosemary has been found to improve memory and protect the brain from degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's, and has been found to offer relief from joint and muscle pain. And, as for a beauty buddy, rosemary has long been used to relieve dandruff, promote hair growth and prevent premature balding! And at the the very least it will leave hair happy and shiny 🙂

Rosemary Hair Treatment Recipe

rosemary hair rinse

What You Need:

To make a rosemary hair rinse is super easy and only requires water and rosemary in one of three forms, fresh rosemary sprigs, dried rosemary leaves or rosemary essential oil.

If using fresh or dried rosemary: Using a medium-sized saucepan, first bring 2 cups of water to a boil on the stove then turn off the heat and throw 5-10 fresh sprigs in the water and allow to steep for 30-45 minutes, or until the water has cooled to room temperature. Pour the rosemary tonic into whatever container you want to safely use in the shower and you’re ready to go.

If using rosemary essential oil: Simply combine 2 cups of distilled water with 25 drops of rosemary oil in a plastic bottle and shake until well combined and you’re all set.

To Use:

After washing hair as normal, pour the tonic over entire head and hair and massage thoroughly into the scalp and down through hair strands. Allow to sit for 3-5 minutes then rinse with cool water which will help to seal the hair cuticle. If you enjoy the aroma of rosemary, you don’t need to rinse at all, just allow to your hair to air dry after using.

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Can I add a bit of apple vinegar to the rosemary rinse or do it as a before or after rosemary treatment separately

Anonymous

Oh thank you.!!
I love the smell of rosemary and to have a great way to use Rosemary in my hair is a gift .
Now I know how. !

Anonymous

Great I want to try this !


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