Organic Rosemary Oil


NaturevibeUK

3T-D8BJ-L8VK

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Regular price £8.48
What's Inside? Rosemary is described as a woody, perennial herb that can become a bushy shrub. The leaves are evergreen and needlelike in shape, and they produce the essential oil that gives rosemary its characteristic scent. They are dark green on the upper side, and the underside has a dense covering of short, white, woolly hairs. Benefits? Rosemary is...
What's Inside?
  • Rosemary is described as a woody, perennial herb that can become a bushy shrub.
  • The leaves are evergreen and needlelike in shape, and they produce the essential oil that gives rosemary its characteristic scent.
  • They are dark green on the upper side, and the underside has a dense covering of short, white, woolly hairs.

Benefits?

  • Rosemary is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which are thought to help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation.
  • Laboratory studies have shown rosemary to be rich in antioxidants, which play an important role in neutralizing harmful particles called free radicals.

Uses?

  • Rosemary oil is gentle and can be applied to the skin when mixed with a carrier oil.
  • Use can add a few drops of the same to your moisturizing creams as well.
  • If you're applying a yoghurt face mask for acne-prone skin, you can add a couple of drops to the mask mix.
What's Inside?
  • Rosemary is described as a woody, perennial herb that can become a bushy shrub.
  • The leaves are evergreen and needlelike in shape, and they produce the essential oil that gives rosemary its characteristic scent.
  • They are dark green on the upper side, and the underside has a dense covering of short, white, woolly hairs.

Benefits?

  • Rosemary is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which are thought to help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation.
  • Laboratory studies have shown rosemary to be rich in antioxidants, which play an important role in neutralizing harmful particles called free radicals.

Uses?

  • Rosemary oil is gentle and can be applied to the skin when mixed with a carrier oil.
  • Use can add a few drops of the same to your moisturizing creams as well.
  • If you're applying a yoghurt face mask for acne-prone skin, you can add a couple of drops to the mask mix.
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