Naturally beautiful with Rosemary

Rosemary is an herb that promotes digestion and blood flow. In addition, the herb is stimulating, invigorating for over-tiredness, strengthens the nerves and is ideal for treating rheumatism or another skin condition because of its healing properties. Here I give you tips for using rosemary essential oil and rosemary infusions in your beauty routine.


Tired legs/Poor blood flow

To improve blood flow in your legs, mix three to five drops of rosemary essential oil with a base oil such as almond oil and massage your legs with it.

Stiff muscles

You can give stiff muscles a boost by adding a few drops of essential oils to your bath water. The recipe:

  • three drops of lavender oil,
  • three drops of chamomile oil,
  • two drops of lemongrass oil,
  • two drops of rosemary oil.

Note: Rosemary has a stimulating effect, so do not use this bath before going to sleep.
You can also massage your sore muscles with a mixture of three tablespoons of nut oil and eight drops of rosemary oil.

Burns and inflammation

You can treat burns and inflammation with a compress of lukewarm water and four drops of rosemary essential oil.


Cleansing mask

  • Make an extract by pouring 75ml of boiled water onto one tablespoon of dried rosemary leaves and letting it steep for three hours.
  • Mix one and a half tablespoons of the rosemary extract with three tablespoons of kaolin and two teaspoons of glycerol.
  • Apply the mixture to your cleansed skin.
  • Leave on for twenty minutes.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water.


Eye pampering

If you suffer from tired eyes, treat them to an eye compress.

  • Make an infusion of two tablespoons of dried rosemary.
  • Dab two cotton balls in the decoction.
  • Leave the cotton pads on the eyes for fifteen minutes.



Dry hair

To revive your dry hair, mix a few drops of rosemary essential oil into your shampoo before washing your hair.

Combat hair loss and dandruff

Rosemary makes your hair shine and prevents dandruff and hair loss. To benefit from these properties, add a decoction of rosemary to your shampoo.

Shine for dark hair

To give your hair extra shine, you can use a decoction of rosemary as a final rinse. You can also give your hair a mask for a few minutes by massaging a mixture of equal parts apple cider vinegar, cider and water mixed with a few drops of rosemary oil into your hair and allowing it to absorb.

Scalp stimulation

  • Mix three drops of rosemary essential oil with two tablespoons of almond or olive oil.
  • Massage the mixture into your scalp.
  • Let it work for fifteen minutes.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water.



Cold hands

If you suffer from poor blood circulation in your hands, massage them daily with a mixture of three drops of rosemary essential oil and one tablespoon of almond oil.


Swollen ankles

You can soothe swollen ankles by mixing five to seven drops of rosemary essential oil in a tablespoon of St. John’s wort oil and massaging the painful ankles with it.
Warning: Do not use rosemary during pregnancy, breastfeeding, high blood pressure and epileptic seizures.

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