All-Natural Leave in Conditioner Spray- Rosemary Treatment

Hey everyone! Today we are taking a look at rosemary. You probably heard of it- right? It is a natural herb use for cooking and through out history as for medical purposes. But did you know you can also use it for healthy hair?

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On my youtube channel I like to share lots of natural DIY’s for hair and skin. I seriously follow doing these and I see the best results. Although I love makeup and store bought hair products, nothing beats all natural remedies, especially for the hair.

All natural leave in conditioner spray using rosemary!

I have been using this treatment for about 2 years now. I always spray it on my roots and scalp after washing my hair. It leaves it feeling fresh and has helped my scalp with dryness and flakiness.

Rosemary also improves blood circulation which helps to stimulate hair growth. It works as a natural agent in helping hair grown longer and stronger.

You can either use rosemary essential oil or the rosemary leaves themselves. In the video I show you how to use it straight from the rosemary leaves.

Check out the video down below.

For the rosemary (plant) you will need about 4-5 leaves of rosemary. Boil 2 cups or more of water with the rosemary in it. Then remove from heat and let it sit until cool. When it sits, it will turn a dark color (THIS IS GOOD!). It’s almost like a tea.. well actually you can drink it as a tea. haha! Then transfer it into a spray bottle.

The essential oil works just as fine. Just boil about 2 cups of water and add about 10 drops of the essential oil. Let it cool and then transfer it to a spray bottle.

** Important- When you transfer the rosemary conditioner into a spray bottle- make sure you store it in frig. Keep it in frig, this will help it last longer and keep it fresher. plus it feels better when you spray it.

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What is your favorite all natural hair treatment?

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Aloe Vera Uses !

Aloe Vera is a seriously magical plant. If there is one thing that is great for the skin it is aloe vera. I was so surprise of the results one night when I applied an all natural, fresh aloe vera mask that I made to my neck. On my neck I had these stubborn eczema patches, I applied the mask to the effected spots and let it dry. Once I rinsed it off, the eczema patches were soothed and non-itchy. The next week the eczema patches were calm, the redness went down and the effected skin healed from dryness. Of course, with any natural treatment you have to be consistent but I think it’s totally worth it.

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Like you may know, aloe vera is great for sunburns as well. But even if you don’t have a sunburn.. after a long day in the sun, it is great just to rub some aloe vera on the skin. I personally love using aloe vera ice cubes after a long hot day at the beach.. AHHH! Using fresh aloe vera straight from the plant is so good because it does not have any other chemicals or ingredients added.

See how to make them in the video down below!

What is your fave way to use Aloe Vera?

DIY Aloe Vera Scalp Treatment

Aloe Vera is anti-septic, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial. Which means it works well for soothing the skin on the scalp from itchiness, dryness and flakiness.

Benefits of using aloe vera on scalp and hair:

  • soothes skin
  • cleans hair pores
  • prevents hair loss
  • refreshes scalp

I used avocado oil for my scalp treatment. But you can leave the aloe vera plain or add any natural oil you like. If you want a really refreshing treatment to the scalp, try adding a few drops of tea tree oil!

What is your favorite DIY hair treatment?