Chamomile has been used as herbal medicine for ages. Today, chamomile extract is gaining traction in the cosmetics industry for its soothing and healing properties that work wonders on dry, damaged, or matured skin. It’s also celebrated for reducing inflammation and breakouts.
– Conventional Product
INCI: Glycerin, Water, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract
Extraction Method: Hydrodistillation can be achieved by one of the two methods: Clevenger distillation – the material to be extracted is immersed in water, which is then boiled. Steam distillation – steam passes through a bed of the material to be extracted
Color: deep golden green
Odor: Warm, herbaceous, and coumarinic, with fruity (in particular apple) and sweet tobacco undertones and animalic nuances
• Chamomile in the form of an aqueous extract has been frequently used as a mild sedative to calm nerves and reduce anxiety, to treat hysteria, nightmares, insomnia and other sleep problems
• An antioxidant that binds to certain receptors in your brain that may promote sleepiness and reduce insomnia, or the chronic inability to sleep
• Anti-inflammation and pain relief for conditions like back pain, neuralgia, or arthritis.
• Promoting sleep and easing skin conditions like eczema or rashes.
• Chamomile tea works as a skin bleaching agent when used topically. It naturally lightens your complexion and gives you a healthy glow. When applied consistently for 2–3 weeks, chamomile tea can tighten pores, soften skin, and fade spots and acne scars.
• Chamomile tea could help end your war with frequent acne break out too. Chamomile tea helps fade spots, eliminate acne scars and fight breakouts, if used topically, due to its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties
• Chamomile is great for treating hair and scalp problems. Its antimicrobial properties help eliminate scalp infections and hair lice. Plus, its anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties help alleviate the scalp irritation, itching, and flaking caused by dandruff.
• Chamomile’s mild antiseptic properties, along with its antibacterial and antifungal properties, make it an excellent choice for treating minor cuts and wounds. Not only does it sanitize the injured skin, but it also helps it heal faster. In one study, chamomile fared better than corticosteroids in promoting wound repair.