Are you also suffering from hair-related problems like hair loss, dandruff, and premature graying of hair? So don’t worry, rosemary oil is an effective remedy for all these problems. You must have heard about rosemary oil, its use has increased in recent times.
Rosemary oil is used in the preparation of various types of cosmetics. Because it is very beneficial for skin and hair. Rosemary is a shrub with pointed leaves and fragrant pink and purple flowers. This herb is mostly grown in the Mediterranean region. You know, it has been used in medicine for centuries.
Do you know how rosemary oil is great for hair?
Rosemary oil has anti-inflammatory properties. This property of rosemary promotes nerve growth and blood circulation. As a result, rosemary oil regulates blood circulation in the scalp properly, which is helpful for hair care.
The carnosic acid in rosemary can rejuvenate your scalp nerves. Apart from promoting hair growth, it is effective in treating problems like dandruff, and dry and itchy scalp. Its use for hair prevents premature graying of hair.
How to make rosemary oil for hair?
Here’s how to make rosemary oil for your hair:
1/2 cup fresh rosemary leaves
1 cup carrier oil (such as olive oil, coconut oil, or jojoba oil)
Method of making:
First, wash rosemary leaves properly in water. Dry with a clean towel. Crush the rosemary leaves using a mortar and pestle or by finely chopping them. Heat the carrier oil in a small saucepan over low heat. Add the crushed rosemary leaves to the warm oil and stir well.
Then boil the mixture on low heat for about 10 minutes. Turn off the gas flame and let the oil cool. Transfer it to a strained, clean, airtight container and store it in a cool, dark place. To use rosemary oil on your hair, massage a small amount into your scalp and hair and leave it on for at least 30 minutes or overnight. You can use this as a hair mask once a week or as often as needed.
How To Dilute Rosemary Oil For Hair
To dilute you will need rosemary oil, a carrier oil (such as olive oil, coconut oil, or jojoba oil), a small bowl, and measuring spoons.
First, decide how much-diluted rosemary oil you need. Use 1-2 drops of rosemary oil for every tablespoon of carrier oil. Pour the carrier oil into a small bowl or container. Add the correct amount of rosemary essential oil to the carrier oil based on the ratio you have chosen.
Using a spoon, mix the two oils well until they are completely combined. Gently massage the diluted rosemary oil into your hair and scalp.
Before you use this oil on your head first do a patch test on your body. if you get any problems like irritations then stop using this oil on your scalp and hair.