For thousands of years, rosemary oil has been used to heal and soothe the scalp. The natural essential oil is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, making it an effective remedy for many skin and scalp conditions. But how exactly can rosemary oil help repair your scalp and encourage hair regrowth? What does it mean for an essential oil to be rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties?
Antioxidants: Compounds found in natural foods and products that have the ability to neutralize free radicals, which are unstable molecules known to cause stress and damage within the body. When your hair follicles are damaged, antioxidants can help increase circulation and strengthen.
Anti-inflammatory properties: Inflammation can prevent new hair follicles from growing. When you think about it, if you have damaged, wrinkly, tattered skin on your scalp - you cannot regrow your hair from this surface! It would be like trying to grow a flower in damaged soil.
Non-diluted rosemary oil is surprisingly good for your scalp, as long as it is used in moderation. It can be used to treat dryness, itchiness, dandruff, flaking and other issues related to a sensitive scalp. However, when using undiluted rosemary oil directly on the skin it’s important to remember that a little goes a long way – too much can cause irritation or even an allergic reaction. For this reason, it’s important to mix rosemary oil with carrier oils such as jojoba or almond before applying to the affected area. This is why, in our Vigor Roots Root22Serum, we balance the perfect amount of natural and essential ingredients to pair together to reduce scalp damage and promote regrowth.
Rosemary Oil may just be the answer you were looking for when searching for a natural remedy against scalp problems and lack of hair growth. Packed with potent compounds that naturally combat inflammation and microbial infections while promoting cell regeneration makes it well worth adding into any haircare routine. The key is to use it safely - make sure it's mixed properly with carrier oils first before applying directly onto the scalp!