Rosemary Essential oil- an effective hair treatment for:
dry, oily or hair loss.
Rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis) is a woody plant with fragrant, needle-like leaves and flowers. It belongs to the mint family (lamiaceae) and is native to the Mediterranean region.
While rosemary oil is typically used in perfumes and foods due to its pleasant scent and unique flavour, its benefits also extend to medicine.
For decades, cultures around the word have used rosemary oil to treat inflammatory conditions ranging from arthritis to asthma to nerve inflammation. And more recently, studies are demonstrating that rosemary oil may help slow, stop, or even reverse pattern hair loss.
The question is… if we start using rosemary oil, how much hair regrowth can we expect?
Rosemary plants contain a volatile oil which can be extracted using a process known as steam distillation. This volatile oil (rosemary oil) contains a number of bioactive antioxidants – rosmarinic acid, carnosic acid, ethanolic acid, 1,8-cineole, and camphor (to name only a few). And fortunately for us, these specific compounds within rosemary oil have a variety of pro-hair effects.
In fact, when applied topically, rosemary oil may…
Rosemary oil’s hair regrowth effects may drastically enhance if combined with mechanical stimulation exercises like massaging. So if you’re going to use rosemary oil, you should probably use it in conjunction with mechanical stimulation.
Application:Apply and massage rosemary essential oil infused coconut oil into your hair and scalp. Leave over night with your head wrapped in a towel. Wash the next morning with conditioner, then shampoo and conditioner again.