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Chamomile Facial Wash Tea Recipes and Instructions

Pliny describes the plant as having the aroma of ‘ apples or quinces’ and comes from the Greek word "Chamomaela" meaning "ground apple." In Spain it has been known for centuries as Mantazilla or ‘Little Apple’ and is used for flavoring the light sherry which bears its name.

For your face, its’ emollient and anti-inflamatory properties soften and soothe your skin. This is especially helpful during dry winter months where your face is exposed to harsh weather. Chamomile is included in CALM Soy Milk & Rose Hips Facial Cleanser & Chamomile Calendula Facial Toner and it’s very gentle on your skin. Try Chamomile tea for its' amazing healing, anti-oxidant, cleansing and moisturizing properties to heal your skin.

To soothe winter skin, here are the easy instructions for a Chamomile Tea Facial. Best done at night because Chamomile tea makes you sleepy.

CALM Natural DIY Beauty Recipes

Wash your face, Add 1 tablespoon of dried Chamomile Flowers + 2 cups of Water, Boil water and Steep flowers for 10 minutes, strain out flowers and pour yourself a cup of tea. (If you don't have easy access to flowers then use 1 tea bag of 100% Chamomile Tea.) Place a wash cloth in the remainder to soak up the tepid liquid (please do not apply hot) and then apply to your face for 5-15 minutes. Your skin should feel soft and ready for sleep.

Placing cooled down chamomile tea bags under the eyes can help reducing under-eye dark circles and eye puffiness. It also soothes your tired eyes.

Tip: If consumed on a regular basis, chamomile tea nourishes and moisturizes your skin from deep inside.

Don’t want to go through all the fuss making your own DIY Beauty product?
Try our Calendula with products like CALM Calendula Chamomile Facial Toner which will help stimulate the production of collagen and help your skin be refreshed and vibrant.