The cooling spritz that THICKENS UP THINNING HAIR

More than half of women over 50 report that their hair grows more sparse every year. One of my favorite fixes: rosemary! This fragrant herb has been hailed for centuries for its ability to nourish hair follicles, soothe the scalp and stimulate growth. To get the benefits, try this simple mixture: Add 4 Tbs. of dried rosemary to 4 cups of boiled water, then let steep for 40 minutes, strain, and add 4 Tbs. of apple cider vinegar. Store in the fridge and spritz once or twice a week onto the scalp after shampooing.

Courtesy of Ann Louise

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3 Comments

  1. Betsy

    How easy! I have rosemary growing in my yard.

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  2. Cheryl

    My husband’s hair is thinning. I’m going to make this for him to try.

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  3. Nancy

    I hope this helps. I’ve been losing my hair since menopause, 3 years ago.

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