Rosemary Essential Oil 101
Rosemary is a member of two scent families, herbal and woodsy, which makes it incredibly grounding. On its own, Rosemary has quite a distinctly minty aroma, but blended with oils like Lavender or Lemon, it adds a subtle note of depth and comfort.
You probably know it best as an herb used in cooking—roasted chicken comes to mind—or as a garnish for citrusy cocktails, but its oil form has so many uses outside the kitchen. In fact, we’re big fans of keeping it in the shower or on the bathroom counter.
How we use it
- Full brow treatment: after washing and moisturizing your face, dab 1 drop of Rosemary into your brows to stimulate the hair follicles.
- Diffuser blend: Rosemary can help with memory retention and focus, so put 5 drops into a diffuser with 5 drops of Peppermint and 8 drops of Eucalyptus to get in the zone.
- Thicker hair hack: add 5 drops to your shampoo or conditioner, or massage the oil directly on your scalp, for stronger, thicker locks.
Blends well with
Cedarwood, Lavender, Lemon.