New Formula! Chamomile Extract: Chamomile Extract is used as an anti-inflammatory and also as a mild sedative. Use it in sleepy-time cream, night time baths or pulse point formulas. On the skin, it helps to reduce redness and is soothing on inflamed skin. This product is lip safe at a usage rate of .5-3%.
Ingredients: Botanical Name: Caprylic Triglyceride, Chamomilla Rectita (Matricaria) Flower ExtractCommon Name: Fractionated Coconut Oil, Chamomile Extract
Should this be added to the cools down phase or oil phase for lotion? Thanks
Is there suppose to be any sort of scent? No chamomile scent? My extract had no sort of scent and this is coming from a flower...
I was just wondering what the usage rate is for lotion, body butter, body oil, ect. I see the lip usage rate but I know body is usually higher. Thank you
How would I add this into a soap recipe? I want to make a plain baby soap with the healing properties of chamomile and was hoping to use this!
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Lucy! Our Chamomile Extract would be a wonderful additive for a plain baby soap! Just add a small amount of the extract at trace. I would start with Chamomile Extract at about 5% of the recipe.
Can this product be incorporated into a Balm? I'm hearing that extracts wont mix well with oils. So in a oil based balm, what would adding and extract do for the final product?
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Amir! You can use this extract in a balm. We recommend a usage rate of .5-3% It won’t dramatically change the final product other than adding the soothing properties of Chamomile Extract.
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