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In this article, we will go through the process of making the chamomile extract for skincare.
Chamomile is a well-known herb that has been used for its calming properties for centuries. Did you know that it can also do wonders for your skin? Chamomile extract is a powerful ingredient in skincare products, known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and soothing effects.
The best part? You can easily make your own chamomile extract at home.
- Dried chamomile
- Distilled water
- Vegetable glycerine
- Glass bowl and glass jar
Unit Of Measurement: gram
- 8 grams of dried chamomile= 0.28 ounces
- 30 grams of distilled water = 1.05 ounces
- 70 grams of vegetable glycerine = 2.46 ounces
Steps on How to DIY Chamomile Extract for Skincare
1- Place 8g of dried chamomile in a glass jar
2- Pour 30 grams of distilled water into the jar and mix well
3- Once it is mixed well, add 70 grams of vegetable glycerine into the jar and mix
4- Ensure that the chamomile is fully submerged and soaked
5- Cover the jar and leave it in a closed cabinet for a month
6- Every 2-3 days, shake the jar and assure that the glycerine is coating everything well. Return the jar back to the cabinet and repeat for up to a month
7- After a month, filter out the extract and keep it in a glass container ready to use
8- This extract can last for approximately a year without the need for a preservative. However, if you prefer to add a preservative, ask the shop where you buy it about the quantity to add. In general, you can add 1% of the preservative
For additional information on the benefits of rose extract:
Add Chamomile to Your Skin Care Routine
Video How-To on My Channel | Jinane World
You can see the steps explained in this article in the video below between 6m50s and 9m20s