Rosemary, Rosemary, quite contrary...how does your garden grow? Okay, that's not how the nursery rhyme actually goes, but Rosemary is quite a magnificent herb.
Rosemary is one of those herbs with a thousand uses. It's extremely hardy and therefore easy to grow and maintain inside or out. The woodsy-citrus-like fragrance of rosemary has graced gardens, kitchens, and apothecaries throughout the world and is related to mint, resembles lavender, with flat pine needles brushed with silver.
For centuries, one of the most common medicinal uses for rosemary has involved improving memory and not just for the flavor it adds to food. This herb, especially the flower tops, contains antibacterial and antioxidant rosmarinic acid, plus several essential oils that are known to have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties.
Rosemary contains powerful vitamins and minerals, which contain free radical-zapping antioxidant properties and vision protection, not too mention, maintaining healthy skin and mucus membranes. The vitamin C content in Rosemary, which is mostly renowned for fighting infection, synthesizes collagen, the protein required for optimal blood vessels, organs, skin, and bones.
Rosemary was believed to grow only in the gardens of the elite, during Medieval times. It was also used by sixteenth century Europeans in the heads of walking sticks to ward off the plague. But, you can use our Rosemary Goat Milk Soap to ward off dry, flaky skin and make it smooth and silky, instead.
With soothing ingredients of 100% pure natural oils such as Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Sustainable Palm Oil, Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Organic Cocoa Butter and Vitamin E Oil, you will be sure to hydrate every part of your skin. Fresh goat milk is added to give the bar that rich lather and creaminess, along with it's moisturizing properties. Our skin conditioning soaps can be used for hands, face, body and shaving.
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