Chamomile, I wont say is very well known, but it gained a lot of popularity over a period of time when its uses and benefits came to fore. It is a wonderfully mild and pure floral water that is used for a number of purposes.
The natural Chamomile water ensures natural protection and care for sensitive skin. Prevents against moisture loss, relieves the irritation and calms after sunburn. Freshens and nourishes the hair.
Floral Water is mild enough to apply directly to your skin, bath or sauna. In addition Floral Water has endless uses as a base to create your own products such as: after shave, bath raves, body spritzers, deodorants, facial toners/cleansers, hair care products, linen sprays, moisturizers, room/car fresheners, soaps and insect repellents.
Chamomile Floral Water when used on its own, or in Aromatherapy products is said to be helpful with the following conditions – acne, arthritis, psoriasis, sprains, stress, insect bites, inflamed joints and tendons. Chamomile Floral Water is best known for soothing irritated and inflamed skin.
Soothing and Relaxing. Ideal as a facial or hair toner and for soothing irritated skin. Roman Chamomile floral water is so mild it is ideal for use on babies. It can be added to bath water or used as a calming bedding / pillow spray. Also good for homemade wipes for babies and young children as it is gentle on the hands, face and sore bottoms.
Chamomile oil has many properties namely -
Chamomile oil has proven to be helpful in treating burns and skin inflammations as well as dermatitis. Chamomile oil also has emollient properties, and is recommended for use in facial care for acne, dry and super-sensitive skin.
It is used widely in skincare and is said to be an good all-in-one make up remover, skin cleanser and toner. It can be used on all skin types, however, if you have dry skin it is best to mix it with Lavender floral water for long term use.
This floral water can also be used as a wonderful calmer for pets in stressful situations. It can be sprayed on or around them when going to the vets, in thunder storms or when they are frightened.
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