||Spiky sprigs of rosemary
aren't uncommon to kitchens—its distinctive flavor lends
itself perfectly to meats, potatoes, breads, and soups, and
it even makes a handsome garnish. But this herb is more than
just a culinary ingredient.
Rosemary grows wild on the Mediterranean coast and is cultivated
worldwide for botanical uses in cosmetics and other beauty
products. Officially known as Rosmarinus officinalis, this
member of the mint family acts as a natural astringent to
invigorate the skin. In addition, rosemary's antioxidant
properties help fight free radicals, which is why it is
featured in DHC Tocophero E Cream, an intensive moisturizer
that helps you combat the visible signs of aging in a creamy,
vitamin-rich blend that your complexion will appreciate
as pure indulgence.