Redness, acne, blemishes with skin irritation eczema, and rosacea? The solution for all is ‘chamomile’.
Chamomile, also referred to as Babune ka Phal in Hindi and has a satisfactory reputation for healing, and with good reason. It is prepared from dried flowers and it brings an oasis of calm and tranquility. Chamomile tea contains Chamazulene, an aromatic chemical compound that possesses anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antispasmodic properties.
It is an ancient medicinal herb containing natural rasayan which helps reduce inflammation, which soothes acne and rashes. Chamomile is also used as a natural skin bleach. It lightens the complexion and also gives you the glow you've always wanted.
Not just the glow, chamomile plants could help you with frequent acne break out and fade away the spots, eliminate acne scars, and fight breakouts. It also has healing ingredients that help reduce under-eye dark circles. Like, apply some chilled chamomile tea bags on eyes to fight swelling and dark circles. It reduces puffiness and will find an instant difference in the way your eyes look and feel and if you're suffering from cold then chamomile tea works like a magic.
You can also inhale chamomile tea to ease congestion and sore throat which helps your skin to glow.
There are two types of chamomile herbs commonly used in skincare.
The Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum Nobile) and the German Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) are both aromatic herbs often used interchangeably. They have anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial properties.
They’re used in medicine as mild tranquilizers or sedatives. Chamomile is such a Great Plant For Skin Care because it contains a lot of active ingredients like Bisabolol, Chamazulene and Apigenin that act on the skin and help it heal.
All three of the main active ingredients in chamomile have potent antioxidative power. This means that chamomile can balance free radicals and prevent oxidative stress.