How to Use Rosemary for Treating Hair Loss
Rosemary essential oil is a natural way to stimulate hair growth and hair health. Follow these simple tips for more lustrous locks.
There can be many reasons why we suffer from hair loss – whether it is thinning hair or more severe loss such as alopecia. It can have a profound effect on some people’s confidence. Generally alopecia is more common in men, but there can be many contributory factors including hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, skin conditions, chronic stress, certain medications and thyroid issues. Of course ageing and genetics also have a role to play.
However the good news is that rosemary essential oil has been used in many cultures to promote a healthy head of hair.
Rosemary oil is distilled from the leaves of the herb rosemary; it has a pleasant minty-balsamic smell. According to “The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils,” rosemary oil is“stimulating, a tonic, restorative, antiseptic, carminative, digestive, analgesic, antioxidant, antimicrobial and astringent.”
simply applying as per the suggestions below, the scalp becomes stimulated which increase the blood circulation which improves the health and thickness of hair follicles.
Follow these simple remedies at home for a thicker head of hair.
DAILY SCALP MASSAGE:
Add two drops of rosemary essential oil to one ounce of carrier oil such as jojoba oil or coconut oil. Massage into the scalp for three minutes before rinsing well. If you do this daily it will stimulate the scalp.