Chamomile may improve the quality and softness of your hair, soothe your scalp giving a nice, relaxed feeling as well as reduce or prevent dandruff.
Chamomile is also said to help reduce acne and rashes but also works as a wonderful moisturiser, its strong fragrance acts as an antidepressant, Additionally, the oil may help improve your stomach and kidney functions.
Botanical Name: Anthemis nobilis
Uses: This oil contains calming properties, can contribute to easing irritability and reduce stress levels. Can relieve PMS and allergies such as itchy skin and dermatitis. A great alternative to Lavender
Chamomile Essential Oil DrawingOrigin: England
Description: The oil is extracted from the hairy stems of a low growing flower
(like a daisy)
Consistency: A watery viscosity
Aromatic Scent: Fruity and sweet scent with a hint of apple
Note: Middle to Top, Provides multiple aroma notes during use. Mainly Sweet Apple scent. Top note of herbaceous and then as warmed it provides a middle sweeter aroma
It is best to dilute essential oil in a carrier oil (i.e. Sweet Almond, Grapeseed, even supermarket Olive Oil) if you intend to prepare a massage oil. Don’t use essential oils neat onto your skin. Start with 1% essential oil to 99% carrier and increase essential oil until you have desired aroma strength.
Alternatively, use only 4 drops of each oil on a tissue, in the bath or dripped onto a radiator or sink. The oils will evaporate naturally and so you can also remove the cap and place on a high shelf (away from children and pets), to diffuse fragrance into a room.
We suggest using your oil within 12 months of purchase. Some will last longer and some scents mature with age.