Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Oil

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What it does: antioxidant, soothing, antimicrobial/antibacterial, surfactant/cleansing                  

Also called: sage oil                   

The science

Sage is a perennial, evergreen herb with a lot of varieties. It is scientifically called Salvia, from the Latin word “salvere,” which translates to “to be saved.” This herb belongs to the mint (Lamiaceae) family, similar to rosemary, oregano, basil, lavender and thyme.

The plant has woody stems and dusty greyish-green oval leaves with velveteen, small, hair-like projections. 

Benefits for your hair

Promotes hair growth 

Sage oil is notorious for its ability to stimulate hair growth and prevent hair loss. It also rejuvenates and strengthens the hair follicles.

Restores shine to hair

This ingredient can impart a healthy glow to the hair, making it appear shiny. 

Enhances hair texture 

The use of sage can help improve hair texture, making it soft and manageable.


Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Oil is an excellent essential oil which promotes hair growth, enhances hair texture and brings shine. 

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