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We know rosemary well in our kitchens, this aromatic plant that flavors our dishes and allows us to create delicious herbal teas, but did you know that rosemary is also the ally of our hair? This aromatic evergreen shrub is just as easy to care for in the garden as it is useful at home. It is, for example, anti-infective, healing, detoxifying, endocrine balancing, expectorant and skin regenerator…
What are the virtues of rosemary?
Rosemary is a Mediterranean plant that was already used in ancient Greece. In herbal medicine, it is known to have many health benefits such as: stimulating, anti-stress, sleep aid, anti-inflammatory or even the fight against gastrointestinal disorders. This multifunctional plant deserves all our attention as it has many qualities. Rosemary can be harvested all year round, except during the frost period. Cut a few branches in the evening or in the morning dew so as not to “stress” it. Prefer young twigs for their more concentrated fragrance.
What are the benefits of rosemary for hair?
Rosemary essential oil is a nugget for dull and tired hair. It contains compounds with anti-inflammatory properties and improves circulation to the scalp.
In addition to stimulating and fortifying the hair fiber, rosemary brings strength and shine to the hair. It is also a natural antiseptic which allows it to act on the scalp; by soothing and preventing itching to fight against dandruff. Rosemary essential oil is particularly recommended for oily hair.
However, it is also important to note that using pure rosemary oil can be irritating to the skin and it is best to dilute it in a carrier oil before applying it to the scalp.
How to use roman for hair?
With a few simple and effective ingredients, such as rosemary and water, you can obtain a multifunction spray: growth stimulator, anti-itching and anti-dandruff. The dream for people who suffer from dandruff or itching in general. Nothing could be easier than making your own rosemary spray, all you need is a nice bunch of herb and add it to a cup of boiled water. Leave to infuse for 6 hours then pour the mixture into a spray. You can spray your homemade lotion every day on your hair to boost their growth.
Another is simple to make yourself: rosemary rinse water. It will rebalance the PH and sebum of your scalp and help close the cuticles. You just need to infuse 30 to 50 g of rosemary leaves in 1 liter of water. Once the infusion has cooled, add 4 tablespoons of cider vinegar then use your water to rinse your hair and make it shine intensely.
Also remember to offer an oil bath to your hair. As with all essential oils, rosemary must be diluted in a neutral oil such as coconut, argan, avocado or olive oil to be used safely. Add a few drops to an oil and then massage into the scalp to stimulate circulation.
To do this, spread the chosen oil evenly over all of your hair, wrap in a warm, damp towel and leave on overnight.
You can also add about 10 drops of rosemary essential oil to the bottle of your usual shampoo and then shake it well before use.
How to use rosemary oil in your hair routine?
Here are three types of cures to adopt:
- Scalp treatment: Part the hair into 4 parts to expose the scalp. Apply a small amount of oil to scalp, massage in with fingertips and comb through to ends of hair. Leave on and style as desired.
- Daily use: Apply a small amount to scalp and comb through to ends.
- Treatment for split ends: Apply oil to the ends of the hair, place a plastic cap on the head and leave for 10 minutes. Rinse and shampoo.
Finally, you will find on the market shampoos, masks and gentle hair care products formulated with rosemary to strengthen weakened hair. Combined with vegetable oils and aloe vera, rosemary will reveal all its benefits.
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