Chamomile in the service of skin care

Although chamomile is a plant that we mostly associate with stomach problems because the tea made from it is very effective when it comes to digestive problems, this does not mean that we cannot use it for other purposes. Chamomile is a great natural skin care product, and today we’re talking about exactly that.

As we have already said, people have been using chamomile for centuries for various problems such as an upset stomach, insomnia, cramps, irritations caused by colds, but due to its powerful therapeutic properties, this plant is a great natural choice for keeping the skin beautiful and healthy. Today we reveal to you several ways in which you can use chamomile for these purposes as well. Some of them you must have heard of, but some will surely be a revelation to you.


It helps in the treatment of acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes and other skin irritations. Throughout history, people have used chamomile for various skin conditions, and today it is mainly used through various creams and is very effective because it brings almost instant relief. Research has shown that chamomile has strong anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial properties because it has essential oils and flavonoids that reach the deep layers of the skin.

Accelerates wound healing. According to the same research, chamomile can be used very effectively to treat open, dry wounds and thus speed up their healing. Among the group of respondents, as many as 61 percent of them felt relief much faster after using chamomile-based products.

It hydrates the skin and slows down the aging process. Wrinkles and wrinkles are something we all have to deal with sooner or later, but if you use chamomile regularly it will definitely be later because this herb has been proven to slow down the aging process. Chamomile contains a component called levomenol, which has very strong anti-inflammatory properties and hydrates the skin, which is proven to delay the appearance of wrinkles, improve the elasticity and texture of the skin.


It helps to get rid of dark circles around the eyes and puffiness. All of you must have tried putting tea bags on your eyes at least once to get rid of tiredness, visible dark circles and puffiness. Although many swear that black and green tea are the most effective for these purposes, we advise you to try chamomile and you will certainly not regret it. So just brew some chamomile tea, let the bag cool a little and lay it on your tired eyes. Hold for 10-15 minutes, then moisturize the skin with a suitable cream.

Refreshes the complexion for a natural glow. Although there is no scientific proof for this, people have been using chamomile for this purpose for centuries and many generations have confirmed its effectiveness. Chamomile is a powerful antioxidant, cleanses and tones the skin, and has a fairly strong anti-aging effect. If you don’t believe just try it, it can’t hurt you anyway.

You can use chamomile dried, in the form of tea in creams, essential oils and tinctures. If you have any skin problems, try products that contain this plant. Before applying the cream to a larger area of ​​the skin, be sure to test it on the inside of the joint, if there is no reaction, then use it like any other product. If you have certain doubts about the use of chamomile, consult your dermatologist.

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