Essential Oil Profile
Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis
Country of Origin:Spain
Extraction Method: Steam distillation of the branches, leaves, and crowning flowers and buds
Scent Profile: Fresh, herbaceous, sweet, slightly medicinal
THERAPEUTIC PROPERTIES / HEALTH BENEFITS
Rosemary is most commonly used for healing and purification, as well as for stimulation of the brain, improving memory and mental clarity.
|Sharpens the mind||Treats Alzheimer’s disease|
|Boosts immune system||Relieves pain|
|Cures itchy insect bites|
ROSEMARY IN SKIN CARE
Rejuvenates skin: Rosemary rehydrates and tones matured skin, removing wrinkles and making the skin firm and healthy looking.
Treat acne: By massaging your face with Rosemary oil, you can improve the complexion of the skin, lighten dark spots and erase blemishes on the skin. Its powerful antiseptic properties is effective for treating acne and oily skin too.
How to use for face care
Add one drop of essential oil to one dollop of your face cream or lotion and apply every two days. Do not be tempted to add more oil. Higher doses do not work better than regular applications.
How to use for body care
Use no more than 4 to 5 drops for every 5ml of body lotion or carrier oil. Apply the mixture all over skin and pat dry or allow full absorption.
ROSEMARY IN HAIR CARE
Hair growth: Rosemary is well known for its ability to promote hair growth by stimulating hair follicles, thus dilating blood vessels and enabling new hair growth.
Darkens hair: Without the use of chemicals, Rosemary can also darken your hair naturally – useful for greying hairs. As a conditioner, Rosemary also makes the hair soft and manageable after each shower.
HOW TO USE
– In a nebuliser
– In an oil burner
– In baths or inhalation
BLENDS WELL WITH
Rosemary blends well with Frankincense, Lavender, Peppermint and Eucalyptus.
Rosemary may cause issues for users with high blood pressure, epilepsy or are pregnant. Avoid excessive use of this oil and keep out of reach from children.