Benefits of rosemary for the skin

 Benefits of rosemary for the skin

Rosemary is widely used in the preparation of foods and is also used as a type of medicinal herb that treats many health problems.

Rosemary is widely used in the preparation of foods and is also used as a type of medicinal herb that treats many health problems.

rosemary (rosemary)

Rosemary is a perennial aromatic herb. The leaves of this herb are similar to pine leaves. Rosemary leaves are usually used to flavor foods and meats. This herb grows in warm areas and is present in a small percentage in cold areas, and is characterized by its ability to withstand drought and lack of water for long periods, and rosemary leaves are permanent. 

Green, pointed, narrow, and long, white on the bottom and green on the top, covered with short and dense hairs. 

It blooms in the summer and spring, as it needs a moderate and warm climate. It can bloom in the off-season if it grows in a warm atmosphere, and it is called late flowering.

Benefits of rosemary for the skin

Rejuvenation of skin cells by massaging the skin with rosemary oil to unify its color and increase its hydration safely and naturally.

It maintains the health of the skin and increases its beauty, especially in the area under the eyes, as it treats damaged skin tissues, prevents wrinkles, tightens the skin, and reduces the effects of spots and scars.

It treats acne very effectively because it contains antibacterial and sterile properties, gets rid of the excess fat secreted by the skin, and thus gets rid of oily skin problems by massaging the skin with rosemary oil.

It removes impurities from the skin and lightens areas with dark spots.

It fights aging and signs of aging, as it is rich in antioxidants that reduce the speed of the signs of aging, restore the skin’s youth, and get rid of sagging, and rosemary helps to tighten the skin, cell growth, and rid the skin of fine lines, as it strengthens the capillaries.

It reduces skin sensitivity and inflammation because it contains medicinal properties. It is considered a useful treatment for chronic skin problems such as psoriasis, eczema, and skin infections, because it is rich in anti-inflammatory substances that reduce skin inflammation, irritation, and swelling, and also contributes to the treatment of burns.

Rosemary mixture for skin

Rosemary recipe to fight acne

Put 3/4 cup of water in a saucepan, then add 1 sprig of rosemary and 1 tablespoon of black peppercorns (whole and unground).

Put the pot on a low heat and leave until the mixture begins to boil, then remove the pot from the heat and leave until the mixture cools.

Pour the mixture into an empty, clean, sterilized container and add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.

A small amount of the mixture is placed on the areas where acne spreads. In addition, this recipe reduces inflammation.

Rosemary mask to nourish the skin

Put 1 cup of yogurt in a deep bowl.

Add 5 to 10 drops of rosemary essential oil to the yogurt.

Add 1 tablespoon of natural honey to the previous ingredients, then add 1 teaspoon of jojoba oil.

Mix all ingredients well until the mixture is completely homogeneous.

The mask is applied to the face and left for 30 minutes, then the face is rinsed with lukewarm water. The same recipe can be used to nourish the hair, increase its density and moisture, and rid it of multiple problems.

Rosemary recipe to lighten and whiten the skin

This recipe is used to rid the skin of dark spots and scars and helps to unify its color. It is also highly effective in whitening and lightening the skin. To make the recipe, the following steps can be followed:

Mix an equal amount of natural (not manufactured) rose water with rosemary flower oil, add a small amount of cornstarch to the mixture and stir well until it becomes cohesive and easy to spread on the skin.

The mixture is applied to the skin and left until it dries completely.

Rinse the skin with lukewarm water and dry it with a clean towel.

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