Chamomile has been used for centuries to cure a wide range of ailments. This unassuming flower is used to make chamomile tea, oil, and lotions that can help you relax, reduce pain, and fight the signs of ageing.
Chamomile-based essential oils are popular in aromatherapy, as they can help to create a calming and restorative atmosphere. Chamomile tea works similarly to help you get a better night’s rest.
Chamomile-infused shower and bath products can also provide calming effects while nourishing your skin at the same time. Chamomile's soothing properties also make it suitable for most skin types, and its anti-inflammatory properties help to relieve inflamed skin and reduce the symptoms of conditions like psoriasis and eczema. Chamomile's restorative properties also mean it is often used for treating sore skin after hair removal treatments.
Chamomile is also an antioxidant which means it reduces the harmful effects of free radicals and encourages cell regeneration, for younger-looking skin. Chamomile is also known for its antibacterial properties, which can reduce acne and the appearance of blemishes over time as well as promoting the faster healing of wounds.
Isn't it amazing what a simple little flower can do for you?