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The same anti-inflammatory properties, which make chamomile useful for various bodily and psychological ailments, bring about many of the chamomile skin care benefits. It’s also a valuable antioxidant whilst also being very mildly astringent. This makes it an excellent choice for skincare. 

Redness and irritation, or dull and inflamed skin can be an indication that there’s underlying inflammation. Chamomile, applied as a toner for example, will help to reduce skin inflammation. It feels good but it also helps tackle the cause of the redness.

Chamomile can help to treat an active acne breakout, reducing bacteria and cleansing the skin, whilst also preventing future breakouts. Its antibacterial properties make it a particularly important natural ingredient in acne-fighting skincare products. 

Not only will the sleep benefits of chamomile help to prevent dark circles betraying that you burned the midnight oil, chamomile in your skincare routine will help to lighten this under eye area whilst also reducing the tell-tale puffiness.

Handmade with Chamomile

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