Gives the puppy bath shampoo emollient properties that sooth and reduce the coat’s dryness and help get rid of rashes.
Chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties and helps to soothe the skin. Chamomile comes from the daisy family and has been used for generations for its medicinal properties. Along with Calendula and Echinacea is commonly used for its skin-calming properties, leaving dry, rough, or sore skin reassuringly soft and soothed. It is rich in terpenoids and flavonoids. It’s also a valuable antioxidant whilst also being very mildly astringent. This makes it an excellent choice for skincare.
More benefits include:
Reducing redness and irritation: Redness and irritation, or dull and inflamed skin can be an indication that there’s underlying inflammation. Chamomile, applied as a toner for example, will help to reduce skin inflammation.
Treating wounds: The mild antiseptic qualities of chamomile, combined with its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, make it ideal for treating facial wounds. If you’ve got open scratches or sores from outbreaks, then a chamomile toner will help to ensure infection doesn’t take root.
Fights against free-radicals: The polyphenols in chamomile help to tackle free radicals, helping to arm the skin against environmental damage, such as from pollution. Using chamomile on the skin brings along powerful antioxidants which help the skin to regenerate.