If hair loss is a problem, consider adding these essential oils:

3 drops Rosemary
5 drops Lavender
4 drops Cypress
4 drops Clary Sage


4 drops Rosemary
5 drops Lavender
5 drops Sandalwood

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary has traditionally been used for stimulating the mind, enhancing mental clarity, supporting skin disorders, and stimulating healthy hair growth. Many find its warming qualities beneficial for joint support. 

DIY Hair Rinse with Rosemary Essential Oil

and Herbal Apple Cider Vinegar

A great treatment for your scalp and hair is using unfiltered apple cider vinegar. This vinegar can help prevent hair-loss, cleanses your hair and it gives more body and luster for your hair. It also helps with an itchy scalp and dandruff. It destroys any bacteria or fungi that clogs your hairs follicles.

Using this vinegar, packed with alpha-hydroxy acid, you will be able to remove any buildups from your styling products. It will provide proper pH balance and great hair quality. This method stimulates hair growth and gives it a healthy shine, along with nourishing the scalp.

For added benefit, you can easily make a Conditioning Herbal Vinegar Rinse.

Adding a few drops of Rosemary oil also supports the scalp and promotes blood circulation in tiny blood capillaries. 

Directions according to different hair types:
Combine water, apple cider vinegar, and 3 to 5 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil

- Curly, thick or long hair – combine 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar and 1 quart of warm water. Use once every two weeks.
- Straight, fine, thin or short hair – combine 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and 1 cup of warm water. Use once a week.
- Chemically straightened or treated hair – combine 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar and 2 cups of warm water. Use once a month.
- Naturally kinky or thick hair – combine 1 cup of apple cider vinegar and 3 cups of warm water. Use every six to eight weeks.

DISCLAIMER: This information provides benefits and uses of essential oils based on personal experiences and/or information detailed in medical/academic journals or other publications.  This information is not to be interpreted as medical advice meant for diagnosing illness or injured condition of the body or for prescriptive purposes and is in no way intended as a substitute for personal judgment or medical counseling.  Statements and ideas contained herein have not been evaluated or approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Anyone with a disease, illness, injury or medical condition should consult a qualified health care professional.  Readers are encouraged to consult their health care provider prior to beginning any cleanse, diet, detoxification program, or any supplement regiment.


Do It Yourself Hair Rinse