Hair Growth Diaries: The 411 On Rosemary Oil

There are so many reasons why a woman might want hair growth tips. It could be a case of thinning edges, growing hair back after a “bad” haircut, or just wanting waist length tresses. Whatever the reason, rosemary might be the right hair remedy for you.

But first, let’s start with debunking the huge hair myth that your hair is completely dead…it is not. Whenever one strand of your hair has any kind of movement, that movement sends a signal to the hair follicle which sends and receives nerve impulses to the brain. So, your brain gets signals for everything that is happening to your hair. Now that you know that your strands are not dead and are very much alive, it is time to treat your hair with TLC. Brush your hair gently and with special care and try not to ever be rough. And believe it or not your hair has a tolerance level. When there is too much combing, brushing, blow drying, weaves, braids, ponytails and various other hair changes it can take a toll and your hair will breakdown. So, if it’s hair growth you are wanting, take it easy for about two months and wear a simple loose protective style like a messy high bun.

Rosemary oil helps with hair growth by stimulating your hair follicles. It can help detox the scalp because of its antibacterial properties and can assist with inflammation and dandruff too. Before using it, you may want to check in with your doctor to get their feedback first, especially if you are already taking any medications. It may be wise to also do a patch test on a small piece of skin first to see if any irritation occurs.

Rosemary Oil Steps

#1 Take two tablespoons of grapeseed oil (carrier oil) in a glass jar mason jar and add 5 drops of rosemary oil and mix together.

#2 Part your hair into four sections and start applying it to your scalp.

#3 Gently massage for two minutes then leave on for 15 minutes with a luke warm towel on your head to help promote absorption. Then rinse out.

#4 Do this treatment two times a week until you get your desired results.

#5 Keep a healthy hair journal so you can not only track your process and growth but any other things like if you have days when your hair is extra dry or filled with moisture. This way you can see on paper what’s working and what isn’t.

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