Have been doing Rosemary rinse for a couple of washes and I’m hooked. I do use rosemary infused oil too sometime, if you wanna make yours, here is how to.
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Let’s talk rosemary rinse. Have you tried it before? Would you wanna try? If you’ve used it before, did your hair like it or nah? Note; A healthy and consistent hair routine alongside growth stimulating herbs/ products is essential for growth and length retention, no one product will do that for your hair.
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We are talking about using rosemary water as a rinse and a hair mist too. Rosemary water is basically rosemary and water cooked together. Rosemary has been used on hair for ages to stimulate growth and help reduce hair loss. So, if you are having crazy hair loss, may be you should give it a try and be sure to try a patch test to see if your skin may react to it.
Everything you should know about Rosemary Rinse for Hair.
Benefits of Rosemary.
- Rosemary is known to improve blood circulation in the scalp that stimulates growth of healthy hair.
- Restores and enhances your hair’s natural shine.
- Has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that help sooth itchy scalp and treat dandruff. Rosemary oil works for my occassional itchy scalp.
- Rosemary is known to strengthen the hair shafts and strong hair means less breakage.
- Moisturizes and nourishes the hair. You can use rosemary water as a hair mist/ curl refresher to re-moisturize.
How to make and use Rosemary rinse for hair growth
What you need.
- Handful of rosemary leaves, can be fresh or dry. I use fresh leaves
- Spray bottle.
Directions and Use.
- Boil the amount of water you need. Well, I don’t measure this.
- Add rosemary leaves to the boiling water and let it simmer for a couple of minutes to infuse the good rosemary nutrients.
- Once infused, remove the pan from heat and let the water cool.
- Strain the rosemary leaves. If using as a rinse, pour the water into a bowl and use it to rinse. I do rosemary rinses after shampooing right before applying the deep conditioner.
- If using as a hair mist, add it to a spray bottle to remoisturize.
Rosemary hair products.
Product Promise, “MIELLE Rosemary Mint Organics Infused with Biotin and Encourages Growth Hair Products for Stronger and Healthier Hair and Styling Bundle Set 5 PCS.”
Product Promise, “Our Strengthening Hair Oil repairs dry and damaged hair to improve overall hair strength and growth. Its expertly blended formula provides intense moisture and shine, while its infusion of Biotin encourages healthy hair growth.”
Product Promise, “Rosemary Hair and Skin Oil features the revitalizing scent of Rosemary and is made with Castor, Avocado, and Olive Oils to deeply moisturize the skin and hair.”
Product Promise, “Infused with Rosemary & Peppermint. Rosemary purifies and restores hair leaving it extremely soft and more manageable and peppermint – an aroma-therapeutic scent invigorates and calms the senses, while simultaneously treating the scalp. Immediately revitalizes dry, brittle hair & Scalp.”
Difeel Rosemary and Mint Strengthening Leave-In Conditioning Spray with Biotin.
Product Promise, ” Helps promote healthy, natural hair growth while strengthening dry, damaged hair while invigorating your scalp. Leaves hair stronger, fuller, and thicker while promoting growth, manageability, and shine. Helps fight frizz and tame fly-aways.”
Have you done Rosemary rinse before?