Rosemary oil: miraculous for your hair (and more!)
Rosemary is a shrub with purple, blue-white or white flowers, pleasant fragrance and a slightly bitter taste. It has been known since antiquity for its beneficial properties, while it was an integral element of the Greek and Roman diet. Nowadays, its tender stems and leaves are used in cooking due to their aromatic properties, while rosemary oil (extracted by cold pressing) is a fine, natural cosmetic oil with highly beneficial properties.
4 unique rosemary oil benefits for hair
First, rosemary oil is ideal for hair care, since:
It stimulates microcirculation on the scalp and strengthens follicles, thus increasing hair growth rate. This property renders it ideal and efficacious for hair loss
Thanks to its antifungal properties, it is used as a gentle and effectual means of treating dandruff.
Effectively contributes to the treatment of dry skin, while relieving itchy scalp.
It is also ideal for oily hair, as it cleanses deeply and contributes to the regulation of sebum secretion.
How to use it:
Add a few drops of MACROVITA Rosemary Oil to your shampoo, shake the bottle well and use it every time you wash your hair.
Alternatively, apply a sufficient amount of rosemary oil to your scalp, massaging gently, and leave it on for at least half an hour before rinsing off.
Face & body benefits
In addition to its multiple, beneficial properties for healthy hair, rosemary oil contributes to effective face and body care as well, since:
Its antibacterial action and sebum-regulating properties make it ideal for the treatment ofpimples or acne.
Thanks to its antioxidant action, it fights against free radicals, responsible for premature aging, effectively contributing to the protection of the facial epidermis.
It contains natural astringent properties, which enhance skin’s texture and tonicity, while it reduces puffiness by improving circulation.
Massaging with rosemary oil improves blood circulation and helps in the elimination of toxins, while its systematic use provides the optimal care for areas with cellulite and localized fat.
It has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties and is often used by sports medicine physicians mainly for massaging athletes with strained or injured muscles.
Women who suffer from period pain can get relieved by massaging gently or applying a few drops of rosemary oil to a warm cloth, which will be placed low on the abdomen.