DIY Chamomile Tea Recipe for Skin and Hair

Chamomile tea is filled with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties which makes it useful for your hair and skin, the use of chamomile tea is not limited to the skin and hair but you can also use them to improve your health, and treatment of common illness like cold, insomnia, and sore throat.

Chamomile tea brings about soothing and calm relieve when you drink them, this makes it one of the most widely drink tea that reduces anxiety and calms you down. Due to the presence of bisabolol in chamomile which is responsible for the anti-inflammatory properties and anti-bacterial properties, chamomile tea can be used on skin and hair to improve and enhance your beauty.
In this post, I am going to show you how to prepare chamomile tea recipe at home and how to use them to your skin and hair. This simple and easy to prepare home recipes are free from dangerous chemicals and toxins that can cause serious damage to your skin and hair if you use them on your skin and hair and when you stop using them on your skin and hair.
The benefit of chamomile tea for skin and hair includes:

How to Prepare Chamomile Tea for Skin and Hair.
  • Before using this recipe on your skin and hair, always test it on a small patch of skin to check if you are sensitive to the ingredients in the recipes or not, if you discover that you are sensitive to one or two ingredients, replace or remove the ingredients.

Chamomile Tea for Skin
This recipe is good for your skin because of the presence of anti-inflammatory properties, anti-microbial properties, and deep penetrating powers which make it useful for treating acne, exfoliating skin, fade dark spot and slowing down the aging process of the skin.
  • Chamomile oil or chamomile tea
  • Aloe vera gel
  • Tea tree oil
  • Lavender oil
  • Coconut oil

  • Pour 2 teaspoon chamomile oil in a small bowl and add 4 teaspoons of aloe vera gel, 4 drops of tea tree oil, 4 drops of lavender oil, and 4 drops of coconut oil to the bowl.
  • Mix the mixture together with a spoon and pour the mixture into a bottle.
  • Cover the bottle with a cap and store it in a cool and dry place.
  • Apply the oil to your face and use your finger to gently massage the oil on your face.
  • Leave the face mask on your face for 5 – 10 minutes and wash it off with water.
  • Pat your face dry with a soft towel; you can repeat the process twice in a week.

Chamomile Tea for Hair
Using this recipe on your hair would help strengthen the hair thereby preventing premature failing off of hair, and also makes your hair shiny and glossy.
  • 1 chamomile tea bag
  • 10 drops of lavender oil
  • 4 drops of freshly  squeezed lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon of jojoba oil
  • 5 tablespoon of liquid castile soap
  • Shampoo bottle

  • Add 1 tea bag of chamomile tea in a cup containing hot water and wait for 20 minutes for it to brewing thoroughly.
  • Let it cool down completely, discard the chamomile tea bag, and pour the tea into a shampoo bottle.
  • Add 5 tablespoon of liquid castile soap, 1 teaspoon of jojoba oil, 4 drops of freshly squeeze lemon juice and 10 drops of lavender oil inside the shampoo bottle.
  • Shake the shampoo bottle, the resulting soap is your chamomile tea shampoo that you will use on your hair, store it in a cool and dry place.
  • Wet your hair with water and apply the shampoo to your wet hair and scalp.
  • Ensure that the shampoo reaches all the necessary area by using your finger to massage and spread the shampoo to another part of your hair. It will help in removing the dirt, sebum, and impurities that blocked the scalp.
  • Wash it off after three to five minutes with lukewarm water thoroughly.

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