Rosemary essential oil

Scientific name: Rosmarinus officinalis oil
Classification: Essential oil

Draining, antiseptic and dermopurifying.

Tales from nature

Rosmarinus officinalis, better known as rosmarino, is an evergreen shrub belonging to the Labiate family. It is present in almost the whole world, it prefers mild climates. It was used in funeral rites in ancient Rome to purify the air and remove spirits.

Famous is the myth of Princess Leucote told in Ovid's metamorphosis: it is said that the princess of Persia was killed by his father for having fallen in love with God Apollo, who illuminated his grave with a ray of sunshine to give her new life in the form of rosemary .

From the plant the essential oil is extracted, widely used in cosmetics in the treatments for the skin, thanks to its dermopurifying, astringent, toning and deodorant properties. It also has antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral and pesticide virtues.


It stimulates blood circulation, therefore the oxygenation of the scalp. It has draining, antiseptic, dermopurifying and astringent properties capable of purifying the skin from excess sebum and impurities and toxins.

It is widely used to combat and prevent episodes of occasional or persistent dandruff. It is also effective thanks to its effects on hair growth.

It has significant anti -inflammatory effects to soothe the itching of the scalp and its antifungal properties can help prevent dandruff. Like any oil, rosemary also increases the softness and shine of the hair.

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