When it comes to chamomile, Roman Chamomile Essential Oil tends to hog all of the attention while it’s lesser known counterpart, German Chamomile plays the wall-flower. While Roman Chamomile does boast a sweeter, more apple-like aroma that perfumers tend to prefer, German Chamomile Essential Oil has it’s own virtues.
Five Reasons to LOVE German Chamomile Essential Oil
- German Chamomile Essential Oil is packed with a natural chemical called azulene. Azulene is a potent anti-inflammatory agent, making German Chamomile a superior ingredient for soothing irritated skin. Try adding this powerful essential oil to moisturizing facial oils, oil cleansers, and facial masks.
- The presence of azulene also gives German Chamomile Essential Oil it’s remarkable blue color.
- German Chamomile Essential Oil has a green, herbaceous aroma that is quite different from that of Roman Chamomile. This deeper scent works well with brighter aromas such as citrus or lavender.
- The strong anti-inflammatory properties of German Chamomile Essential Oil make it an ideal addition to soothing massage oils, after-sun skin soothers, and formulations made for sensitive skin types.
- Our German Chamomile Essential Oil is on sale for a limited time at the amazing discount of 30% off! Shop now to take advantage of this offer.
Five Recipes to Use for German Chamomile Essential Oil
The following recipes are ideal for this wonderful ingredient. Try swapping out the essential oils called for in each recipe for German Chamomile Essential Oil to add it’s exceptional anti-inflammatory benefits.
- Honey Chamomile Sugar Scrub
- Chamomile Bath Powder
- Manuka Honey & Banana Facial Mask
- Rock Rose & Chamomile Body Wash
- Cooling Cucumber & Mint Body Oil