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Chamomile | Styling Cream Key Ingredient Series

Styling Cream's key ingredients series; transform your hairstyling product to a hair styling treatment—Jojoba Oil, Soy Protein, Green Tea, Lavender, Chamomile, Vitamin B5, Vitamin E. 

Benefits of Chamomile Oil known for its nerve soothing properties nourish the hair and scalp.

It's effective on dry and brittle hair and retains the moisture level and strengthens the hair from within, leaving behind soft and strong hair fiber.

Chamomile is an effective natural solution for 

  • Hair lice and dandruff
  • Soothes and hydrates the irritated scalp
  • Eases the associated irritation and itching.

Brighten up your colored hair, instantly giving your hair a lovely shine. Chamomile tea is a natural hair lightener, achieve lighter hair or highlights by applying the brew to your scalp, simply rinse your hair with cold chamomile tea in the shower.

"More than one million cups per day."

Essential oils of chamomile are used extensively in cosmetics and aromatherapy. A study in human volunteers demonstrated that chamomile flavonoids and essential oils penetrate below the skin surface into the deeper skin layers (37). This is important for their use as topical antiphlogistic (anti-inflammatory) agents. 

Eczema: Topical applications of chamomile are moderately effective in the treatment of atopic eczema (50). It was found to be about 60% as effective as 0.25% hydrocortisone cream (51).

In a partially double-blind, randomized study carried out as a half-side comparison, Kamillosan(R) cream was compared with 0.5% hydrocortisone cream and a placebo consisting only of vehicle cream in patients suffering from medium-degree atopic eczema (52). After 2 weeks of treatment, Kamillosan(R) cream showed a slight superiority over 0.5% hydrocortisone and a marginal difference compared to placebo. Further research is needed to evaluate the usefulness of topical chamomile in managing eczema.

Chamomile is listed on the FDA's GRAS (generally recognized as safe) list. Some reports of allergic reactions to chamomile may be due to contamination of chamomile by "dog chamomile," a highly allergenic and bad-tasting plant of similar appearance. Evidence of cross-reactivity of chamomile with other drugs is not well documented, and further study of this issue is needed before reaching conclusions. Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing women, or liver or kidney disease has not been established. However, there have not been any credible reports of toxicity caused by this common beverage tea.

References:
Chamomile Oil — Essential For Inflammation, Pain, Cancer ....
(PDF) Chamomile: A herbal medicine of the past with a .... 
Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Chamomile | FoundHealth.
EBSCO - therapy.epnet.com.
 

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