Rosemary Oil – Antiseptic Hair Support

Rosemary oil

Rosemary or Rosmarinus Officinalis is not just an aromatic herb; it is also one of the most powerful herbs and essential oil.

Rosemary is being used in a lot of hair products due to its antiseptic properties.

As an Essential Oil for Hair Growth, Rosemary Oil, when applied to the scalp, stimulates hair growth. It is believed that it can prevent baldness, slows the greying process, and is also used to treat dry scalp and dandruff.Mixed with other essential oils, it has some remarkable results, like an increase in rapid hair growth, promotes healing of the scalp, and improves the ability of hair to resist traction and a decrease in hair loss after shampooing.

It stimulates the cells and dilates the blood vessels. This, in turn, leads to improved circulation to the scalp which enhances hair growth.It has anti-inflammatory properties, analgesic properties and high nutritional value which make it an excellent ingredient for healthy hair follicles and inflamed scalp soothing


Aroma Oil with anti-septic and anti-inflammatory properties.

You can add the oil to your shampoo or conditioner and use it on a daily basis. Daily massage your hair with rosemary oil to stimulate blood circulation and new hair growth. You can also mix it with other essential oils and use it as a hot oil massage treatment as well for your hair and scalp.

Rosemary Nutritional Facts per 100mg

Nutrients Mg Percentage
Folates 109 µg 27%
Niacin 0.912 mg 6%
Pantothenic Acid 0.804 mg 16%
Pyridoxine 0.336 mg 26%
Riboflavin 0.152 mg 12%
Thiamin 0.036 mg 3%
Vitamin A 2924 IU 97%
Vitamin C 21.8 mg 36%
Sodium 26 mg 2%
Potassium 668 mg 14%
Calcium 317 mg 32%
Copper 0.301 mg 33%
Iron 6.65 mg 83%
Magnesium 91 mg 23%
Manganese 0.960 mg 42%
Zinc 0.93 mg 8.5%