Chamomile for oily acne prone skin
Chamomile is a herb that comes from a flowering plant from the daisy family. Both the fresh and dried flowers of chamomile have been used to create teas for centuries to cure a number of health problems. The active ingredient in chamomile essential oil is known as bisabolol, which has a number of anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. Please note you can experience immediate results, but the best results are seen after an extended period.
Skin irritations and acne: Chamomile tea, in its unsweetened form, can be used to soothe skin irritations and bee stings, it is also applied on the skin to treat acne. To apply simply boil tea bags and rug boiled bags over the entire area you want treated. It’s best to treat use this treatment at night, leave on while you sleep and rinse throughly in the morning. As an added benefit chamomile can also help to relax your body and mind to help you sleep.
Also is great to drink as it helps cure acne by removing toxins and cleaning Sebaceous and Eccrine glands through sweating.
Lightening Skin: For lightening the skin tone, Chamomile is beneficial. Bring two quarts of water to boil with 2 chamomile tea bags in it. Then place the face above the steaming pot of chamomile tea. The tea can also to be added to bath water for easier treatment of the entire body.
To buy Chamomile: Most major supermarkets carry chamomile tea with all the other teas.
Few Words of Caution: If you have an adverse reaction to chamomile please discontinue ! It should be avoided if someone has allergies with it or with any other member of Ragweed Family, to which Camomile belongs.
Also see green tea for acne, you can drink it or apply it as well.
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