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Have you ever tried rosemary water? Rosemary water is extremely nourishing to hair and linked to hair growth.  Rosemary contains a unique oil that reduces hair loss, enhances hair growth, and improves scalp health.

And making it quite simple. Whether you pick fresh rosemary from your herb garden or buy it from the grocery store, I’ll show you how you can craft rosemary water in a few simple steps.

rosemary water bottle spray next to rosemary

Reasons to Try Rosemary Water

There are so many reasons why you should make rosemary water. Here are just a few:

  • Support and promote healthy hair growth.
  • Scalp hydration
  • Nourishing on the skin
  • All-natural and nontoxic

Ingredients

empty spray bottle and rosemary

How to Make Rosemary Water

Here’s a step-by-step guide to brewing your cup of rosemary water:

  1. Start by bringing 3 cups of water to a boil in a pot.
  2. Place 2-3 rosemary sprigs in the pot of boiling water.
  3. Boil for 5 minutes, then turn off the stove.
  4. Place the rosemary water in a teapot or a heat-resistant container.
kettle with rosemary tea
  1. Let the water cool. Once cooled, pour the rosemary-infused water into your favorite spray bottle.
rosemary water in spray bottle

And that’s it.

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Using Rosemary Water

Rosemary water is super easy to use. Once you have the rosemary water bottled, it’s simply a matter of spraying it on your hair. You can apply it to wet or dry hair—the choice is yours.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I spray rosemary water on my hair every day?

For best results, spraying your hair with rosemary water 2-3 times a week is recommended. However, there is no harm in use as a daily spritz on your hair.

How do you make rosemary hair growth spray?

It’s simple. To create this mixture, you need only rosemary sprigs, water, and a pot.

How long does homemade rosemary water last?

There is no specific expiration date for homemade rosemary water, but it is generally recommended that it be used within 4-6 weeks.

How often should I use rosemary water for hair growth?

You can use it as a spritz or hair refresher a couple of times a week on your hair.

Can I boil rosemary leaves and drink?

Yes, you can boil rosemary leaves and treat the resulting water as tea. It’s best to add your rosemary to water in a pot, and once it begins to boil, turn off the stove.

Is it possible to make rosemary water from dried rosemary leaves?

Yes, you can make rosemary water from dried rosemary. You can use 2 teaspoon of dried rosemary to achieve the same results.

rosemary water bottle spray next to rosemary

How to Make Rosemary Water for Hair

Experience nourished hair and promote growth. Rosemary's unique oil reduces hair loss and improves scalp health. Follow a few easy steps to craft your rosemary water.
5 from 3 votes

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Start by bringing 3 cups of water to a boil in a pot.
  • Place 2-3 rosemary sprigs in the pot of boiling water.
  • Boil for 5 minutes, then turn off the stove.
  • Place the rosemary water in a teapot or a heat-resistant container.
  • Let the water cool. Once cooled, pour the rosemary-infused water into your favorite spray bottle.
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12 Comments

    1. Thank you very much for sharing I need this as of last year all my hair fall out and I heard rosemary water can help my hair.iam going to try it but iam seventy I hope it helps my hair once again thank you for sharing.

  1. 5 stars
    Rosemary water has become my saving grace. My scalp is very sensitive to oils. And due to a lack of knowledge and bad advice I used products containing just that. Causing terrible breakouts and hair loss.
    Using Rosemary keep my hair hydrated, moist and healthy.
    Thank you for sharing this with the thousands it can help.
    Tracy

  2. 5 stars
    I added some orange essential oil to mine and it smells wonderful!! This is a good recipe a little rosemary esp when dried goes a long way!

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