Rosemary Hair Rinse

Make an herbal leave-in conditioner with this rosemary infusion.

By Michelle Schoffro Cook


July/ August 2017

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This rosemary hair rinse makes a great leave-in conditioner.

Photo by Natasha Banegas; Adobe Stock

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This is a great natural hair rinse/leave-in conditioner for all hair types. If you’re interested in promoting hair growth, apply the tonic to the scalp daily for at least a couple of months. Simply pour over your scalp and leave it in your hair as it dries, or spritz clean, towel-dried hair daily, ensuring that you spritz the scalp.

1 quart water
Two or three 6-inch sprigs fresh rosemary

1. In a pot, bring water to a boil. Turn off heat, add rosemary. Cover with a lid. Allow to sit for 20 minutes.

2. Allow liquid to cool, then remove rosemary and pour into a bottle. Store hair tonic in the fridge for up to a week.

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