To Chamomile or To Not Chamomile?
Chamomile Essential Oil. This is a popular oil used the world over; commonly used essential oils are Roman and German Chamomile. Flowering plat with feathery leaves and simple daisy like flowers; Chamomile Essential Oil is known for its gentle soothing properties. A versatile oil that adds a subtle touch to any formulation; used to soothe skin, inflammation, as a mild pain reliever and even in teas. This plant is related to the annoying Ragweed, it is therefore advised that those who are allergic to Ragweed and other pollens should use this product with caution.
Given this, Chamomile can help to soothe and repair the skins layers are aggravated from conditions such as Eczema, Chicken Pox or Rashes. Chamomile has in some cases provided results equal to that of Hydrocortisone. Help to heal scars and wounds because it can promote faster tissue regeneration than corticosteroids. You can use this multi functional essential oil as a natural astringent to help unclog your skins pores. Most commonly Chamomile is know for it's addition to teas. Chamomile helps to calm irritability, nervousness, tension headaches and more that result of a calm and restful nights sleep.
How to create you own Chamomile Facial Toner Recipe:
50 ml Mineral Water
5 ml Witch Hazel
2 ml Chamomile Oil
1 ml Lavender Oil
Mix ingredients together in a spray bottle. Always shake to mix the solution before spraying on your face. No more need for stinging alcohol on your face. Nature can be a positive way to give your skin the healing benefits it needs.
Wishing you a Miracle Day!