Dried Chamomile Flowers

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Dried Chamomile Flowers for Soapmaking and Bath Bombs

  • Botanical name: Matricaria recutita
  • Country of origin: Germany
  • Status: organic

Use these dried chamomile flowers as a decorative addition in handmade soaps or when making your own bath bombs. Chamomile flowers naturally have beneficial properties for various skin conditions and will retain its colour in melt and pour soaps.

In hamdmade soap, its properties help to improve the appearance of inflammed-looking skin. It does only have a very mild scent. If you prefer a stronger scented soap, simply add a few drops of chamomile essential oil at trace. Each pack comes packaged in a resealable ziplock standup pouch for smaller packs whilst larger pack sizes are in resealable ziplock bags.

Buy your dried chamomile flowers online from N-essentials Australia today!

WARNING: Not for internal consumption!

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3 Reviews

  • 1
    Dried Chamomile Flowers

    Published by Susanna C on 15th Dec 2020

    the image is nothing like the product I received - no white, yellow or green visible just shades of brown with lots of small brown fibres in the pack, it looks more like a tea mix. Won't be able to use as appearance matters. Disappointing. >>>>> N-essentials: Sorry to hear that you are not satisfied with our dried chamomile flowers. Note that this product is DRIED and unfortunately will not contain colours when freshly picked. Also, images shown are for illustrative purposes as stated on our terms and conditions. We try to represent the images and colours as accurate as possible but may vary due to the different devices used to show the images.

  • 5

    Published by Shante on 14th Jun 2018

    I love this in with my bath salts. Makes them look pretty an smell great

  • 5
    C. Chapman

    Published by C. Chapman on 7th Dec 2017

    I steeped these lovely chamomile flowers along with Calendula flowers purchased from here, in coconut oil. I cheated and did it in my Thermomix, but I also have some in a jar infusing. I’m making a nipple balm and baby wipe solution with it tomorrow for when my baby arrives

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