After the busy holidays and frantic pace, now is a good time to take care of ourselves. With this amazing New Year’s Recovery Chamomile Healing Balm, you can practice some much needed self-care! This chamomile-infused healing balm is packed with soothing coconut oil along with therapeutic essential oils. As a result, this balm is great for skin that is in need of a little extra TLC. It calms dry and irritated skin, alleviates redness, rehydrates dry skin, relieves itchy skin. And bonus – it’s gentle and refreshing because of the natural scent of calendula and chamomile.
Coconut Oil: Coconut Oil is antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal.
Vitamin E: Moisturizes skin, heals wounds, prevents skin cancer, reduces itchy skin, treats eczema and psoriasis.
Sea Buckthorn Oil: This oil has whole Vitamin C which is great for anti-aging, and skin elasticity. Sea Buckhorn oil also is a potent source of Omega 7, which supports cellular regeneration.
Blue Chamomile Essential Oil: This oil is anti-inflammatory and rich in flavonoids. It is also antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, and cicatrisant.
Vetiver Essential Oil: Vetiver oil is anti-septic, tonic, anti-spasmodic, and anti-inflammatory. It also is used as an aphrodisiac, as it can be stimulating and warming. This oil also is immune-stimulating as a cicatrisant, vulnerary, detoxifying, strengthening, replenishing oil.
Rose Essential Oil: Helps skin heal from scars by moisturizing it, fighting inflammation, relieving stress, and promoting circulation, so it is the perfect oil to include in this recipe.
Calendula Flower: Anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, moisturizer, antioxidant, antimicrobial, and rich in vitamin C and E.
Chamomile Healing Balm Uses
- For use on scars
- Dry skin
- Calms Eczema
- Calms Psoriasis
- Use as a deep conditioning scalp and hair treatment
¼ cup of Coconut Oil
1 tsp of topical Vitamin E
1 dropper of Sea Buckthorn Oil
3 drops of Blue Chamomile Essential Oil
4 drops of Vetiver Essential Oil
3 drops of Rose Essential Oil
1 tsp of Calendula Flower (dried)
Combine ingredients in a bowl. Store chamomile healing balm in a small, sealed container in the fridge so that you can enjoy it later. This is perfect for the dry winter months, but you can use this balm all year as a soothing skin regimen.
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