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Moroccan Rosemary Essential Oil

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Rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis)
Morocco - steam distillation

This high quality essential oil is sourced from the Guercif Region of Morocco, we have found this to be the most authentic smelling rosemary essential oil.  

For hair:

  • stimulate hair growth 
  • improves most scalp problems
  • treats dandruff and seborrhea
  • nourishes the scalp
  • keeps hair looking healthy and shiny.

Other uses:

  • Rosemary is credited as stimulating and warming actions
  • can be used in numerous skin care products
  • has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties
  • to balance intense emotions and control mood swings
  • counters depression
  • uplifting
  • assist in managing stress

Quantity 10ml

Caution: Should not be used when pregnant, with epilepsy, high blood pressure, or by children. Must be diluted in a carrier oil. 


10 Reviews

  • Dull to Semi-Shine African Natural Hair

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Mar 2016

    Right now I give this a four star because I only used it for two days. My hair is dry from the henna/indigo application, but I will continue to use the product and write a review after using it for a month. It appears to give a shine, but stay tuned.

  • The Best!

    Posted by Shaun Hardy on 22nd Nov 2014

    I use it in my hair spritz bottles and sometimes I put it in my Jamaican Blk Castor Oil bottle. Thank you!

  • Good for hair and headaches too!

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Aug 2013

    I love the way that my hair shines and my head feels so refreshed. I also noticed that since I started using it I haven't had my usual sinus headaches. Is my new favorite product.

  • Sucks for you pharmaceutical industry

    Posted by Umm 'Abdullah on 26th Apr 2013

    I put this stuff in my hair and I honestly do not remember what it did because I was so focused on what happened to me when I rubbed it on my decolete' and inner wrists - talk about calming down and and de-stressing! I felt so good and grateful.

    There are three things a woman is never prepared for in life: The loss of her mother, The loss of her husband (be it death or divorce), and the loss of a child - let's just say that very recently I became 2 out of 3 ( and back to back too.

    By the permission of The One who created this oil, this oil has been really beneficial in helping me with postpartum positivity and the will to move on from the things that come our way that we cannot change walhamdulillah.

    It's not a magic oil and it cannot "do the trick" by itself but it certainly does help without the effects of making you sick or silly like combinations from the pharmaceutical industry are rumored to. I hate to be the one to blast depression pills but with all those recalls and the fact that they get paid off of exploiting your prolonged misery...well, that ought to be enough to turn you to a natural cure. Don't use this oil while pregnant or breastfeeding.It's powerful and not fit for children. Do use it to stop getting on your husband's nerves and to aid you in being all-around good company.
    It does have a cooling sensation that may keep you awake for a while, it's not a sedative, rather an eye opener, however it is relaxing enough to eventually help carry you to sleep.

  • balancing

    Posted by Mary Jo on 20th Aug 2012

    I use this for my face and hair. I can say it does help me calm down if I'm upset about something! I'm not sure about the physical affects on my skin and hair yet because I've not used it very long. It has a clean, almost medicinal smell.

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