Is Rosemary water good for the hair?
Rosemary water has many benefits for hair health. Studies show it can increase hair growth rate and amount. It's also great for treating hair loss, hydrating the scalp, and relieving itchiness. This matters because rosemary water is a natural way to improve hair health.
How to make the Rosemary water using the hair blend:
Making rosemary water usually requires a few ingredients and a trip to the grocery store - but in this recipe, you can skip the line and use our already-blended Rosemary Water Hair Blend. It's an incredibly easy DIY hair treatment. This simplicity makes it accessible to anyone wanting to improve their hair. Simply add the botanicals from the bag to fresh (distilled or filtered water), simmer for 30 minutes & let steep to get the full benefits from the herbs. Let it cool & strain it into a glass jar or bottle and store it in the fridge for 2 - 3 weeks.
Is Rosemary water safe to use on all hair types?
Rosemary water is suitable for all hair types and can be used as often as desired. It's a natural, chemical-free hair rinse. The Rosemary water hair blend is made using only 4 natural ingredients, no additives and no preservatives, it is also fragrance-free (trust me you won't need any, the rosemary & lavender are beautiful aromatics by themselves) This versatility makes it widely usable for different people.
How to use the Rosemary water on your hair and scalp:
To use, spray rosemary water onto dry or wet hair, then brush through. It can also be applied as a rinse and left on for a few minutes before washing out. If you're spaying it and leaving it in overnight, make sure to wear a hair towel to avoid staining.
Consistency is key. It can take up to 3 to 6 months of regular use to notice results.
Can I use rosemary water along with oral or topical medications for hair loss?
*Although it is only made with natural herbs, If someone is already using an oral or applied medication for hair loss such as Minoxidil or other medicated products, it is best to consult with a physician beforehand.
*If you're pregnant or breastfeeding, It is also best to consult with a physician beforehand. Those with sensitive skin or with allergies should patch test rosemary on a small part of their skin, before applying it fully to their scalp.