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1860 Rosemary Hair Pomade

1860 Rosemary Hair Pomade

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Rosemary Pomatum
Soft Pomade
Glass Container

This pomatum is a soft pomade. It doesn't have any wax in it. This is an original 1860 recipe and is scented with Rosemary which was a popular herb to use in various toiletries. Historically it was used in a lot of healing ointments as well. With flowers and herbs having symbols and secret languages attributed to them, Rosemary was said to promote prudence, common sense, and self-assurance. It was also said to aid in easing headaches. I can see why rosemary was chosen when you think of the ideology of women at that time.

Castor Oil is the answer to many hair problems like hair thinning, dry scalp, hair loss, split ends, etc. It contains vital nutrients like vitamin E, minerals, and proteins which work wonderfully for exceptional hair growth. It works by nourishing the scalp and strengthening the roots. Castor oil possesses anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and antiviral properties, so it is the perfect remedy to tackle scalp infections, dandruff, and issues like bald patches and itchy scalp. It reduces split ends and Serves as a natural conditioner and moisturizer. Therefore this pomatum will bring back your shiny and thick hair with its exceptional moisturizing and conditioning properties this pomatum recipe is perfect for the 1860's. They knew what they were doing in the 1860's. This is the perfect pomatum for your Civil War hair.

This soft pomatum is to be used in setting your hair, styling, and for smoothing.
Ingredients: Castor Oil, Lard, Rosemary Oil

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