Rosemary Hydrosol

Rosemary Hydrosol is distilled is exceptionally aromatic. It is useful in many skin and hair care products. It can be used as part of the water phase in formulations or diluted for use in a spray for skin or hair. Rosemary is the herb of remembrance-fresh, green, balsamic Rosemary. The herb contains constituents that are anti-microbial and analgesic and it has a variety of traditional uses.

Rosemary hydrosol is a mental and physical stimulant that provides a wonderful "pick me up" feeling. Studies show that it is a strong antioxidant, a mild diuretic and it has circulatory stimulation properties. Rosemary hydrosol is revitalizing, refreshing and encourages circulation. It revitalizes the skin and is a very useful toner for normal to oily skin. Spritz your face for acne problems or just refresh a room with this lovely fresh scent.

Rosemary hydrosol is a great add-on after you have shampooed. It has a stimulating effect on the hair follicles and is reported to help keep your color vibrant. This hydrosol promotes healthy, shiny hair. Apply to hair but don't rinse.

Rosemary Hydrosol is obtained in the course of Hydro distillation of leaves and flowers of Rosemary. These Leaves and flowers are detached from Rosmarinus officinalis plant that is native of Mediterranean region and belong to Lamiales order of Lamiaceae botanical family. Rosemary hydrosol is clear to amber or green in color with distinctive and typical odor similar to that of original plant. It has delightful, sweet and herbaceous aroma. Rosemary Hydrosol is one of the most stimulating floral waters and easily blends with thyme, cedar wood, oregano, marjoram, cinnamon, lavender, pine and basil. It is also water soluble and has shelf life of 1 year.

Benefit & Uses: Rosemary hydrosol can be used as a refreshing tonic, stimulating spray, morning bath and aftershave for any skin type. It restores skin elasticity and minimizes sagging. With its mild, pleasant scent, Rosemary hydrosol is an excellent toner for normal to oily skin. It can help revitalize tired skin and feet, as well as improve mental alertness and restore energy. Rosemary is also useful in treating blemishes and acne. Combined with Cedar wood, it is useful for stopping hair loss and can make the hair soft and shiny. Used with Goldenrod, it makes a perfect treatment for seborrhea or dandruff. It can also be added to shampoos or conditioners, or used as an undiluted scalp tonic in between rinses.

It can be useful for treating internal respiratory conditions particularly where there is mucus and congestion. Take one or two teaspoons at a time up to ten times a day to help loosen phlegm in the lungs and sinuses. As a hot compress it also helps to disinfect and speed up pus drainage in ear infections. It should be used around the ear area not inside. Its antimicrobial action makes it a good choice for calming skin irritations such as pimples and boils. Use the hydrosol in steam formation or hot compress to draw out impurities and decongest blocked pores. Its clarifying properties make it useful as a toner for oily, dull skin.


It is also a wonderful leave-in conditioner for dark hair. Like its essential oil counterpart, Regular use of rosemary hydrosol helps in stimulating follicles and increasing circulation to the scalp and is therefore effective in helping hair grow longer and stronger. It is also believed that Rosemary oil helps retard premature thinning and graying, and soothes and conditions the scalp. Hence it is an excellent tonic for bald people. Rosemary essential oil is also beneficial for dry and flaky scalps. Regular massage of scalp with rosemary oil nourishes the scalp and removes dandruff. This herb is a purifying and antiseptic agent that cleanses the hair follicles of any build up and helps normalize greasy hair. It also adds sheen to the hair.


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