Sam I Am wrote:can you get rosemary oil that doesn't smell like rosemary? i cook with that shit and although it smells appetizing to me, not really the eau de pafum pour homme that I would pick every day.
another stupid question --- i don't know how to use either.... you use it like shampoo or is it 'a little dab will do ya' here and there?
I guess you could try what's suggested in this little trial here https://about-essential-oils.blogspot.c ... h.html?m=0
Remember though, you should dilute rosemary oil in a carrier oil before massaging it into your scalp. A 5% rosemary essential oil mix (which is about 5 drops in 5mL of carrier oil) should be sufficient.
Or more specifically mixed with the other oils that show benefit:
2 drops of thyme, 3 drops of rosemary, 3 drops of lavender and 2 drops of cedarwood essential oils in 3 mL of jojoba and 20 mL of grapeseed oils.
About 44% of patients in the essential oils group experienced significant improvement in hair growth versus 15% in the control group. And one patient in particular experienced incredible results.
The study also pointed out that the essential oils had no significant adverse effects and could be considered as a safer alternative for hair growth treatments.
Everywhere keeps on saying that the rosemary oil needs to be mixed with a carrier. Then it can be massaged into the scalp or added to shampoo. If you are worried about the smell maybe you can just use it before bed or do you mean you personally don't like the smell?
This product seems to contain the rosemary and some others,https://www.amazon.com/Hair-Stimulant-G ... op?ie=UTF8