HAIR CARE TIP 35
Rosemary Oil-Part II
Now, because there was two ways to use this product (in an oil and in a rinse), I went out and bought dried Rosemary leaves from the spices’ section of my local grocery store and made the oil myself.
I added two cups of Rosemary Oil, and 6-7 tablespoons of dried Rosemary. The reason we are using dried rosemary is I read somewhere that it can spoil, and since I was making my own oil I didn’t want that to happen.
You have to double boil it (if you don’t know what that means, what you do it place a pot of water on the stove and then a glass boil that doesn’t perfectly fit or sink on top on the water and pour the oil in, then when the water starts to boil and the oil is hot, you add the rosemary leaves to it and you let it sit there for about 10-20 minutes. Then without straining the rosemary leaves, you let the glass bowl with the oil sit for two weeks, then strain out the leaves and put it in a bottle).
I apply it to my hair once or twice a week and my hair fall has reduced drastically. When I apply it to my hair, I don’t coat my hair with it completely, I just use between 5-10 drops, rub it onto my finger tips and massage my scalp for a couple minutes. It won’t make your hair extremely oily unless you use TONS of it.
You can also make this a hot oil treatment and coat your hair with it completely, or add a few drops into your shampoo and conditioner.
Now Part 3!