Being a tremendous medicinal herb, Chamomile has been used in skincare products from centuries. The presence of terpenoids and flavonoids in chamomile makes it a skin-friendly ingredient. More promisingly, chamomile soap consists of essential oils that help make your skin smoother and flawless.
Wondering how does this natural soap actually work for treating your skin issues? Well, the flavonoids and essential oils present in chamomile penetrate beneath the surface of the skin into the deeper skin layers. This is how they work as topical anti-inflammatory agents.
- Eliminate pimples
- Fights and heals acne
- Treats skin-related issues (eczema and psoriasis)
- Have hypoallergenic ingredients
- Recommended for sensitive
- Face and body
- All skin types
- Saponified fats
- Olive Oil
- Sea salt
It is declared that the supplied soap bars are natural, manufactured in our soap factory, in Greece. Moreover, the supplied soap bars have never been tested to animals, do not contain tallow fats, harmful chemicals and are paraben-free.
At SapoTerra we have done painstaking research into the possible benefits of our all-natural ingredients. However, we must make this disclaimer: The content and information provided on this website, the blog, videos, pamphlets or other materials (collectively referred to as “Our Site”) are provided by The SapoTerra Website and are for educational purposes only.
Our soaps, shampoos and other products are meant for you and your skin to enjoy. The information provided has been collected from various sources to inform you about the possible benefits of herbs, essential oils, and other natural ingredients.
The information regarding folklore or health-related benefits of certain ingredients is for educational purposes only. While many of the herbs, essential oils and other natural ingredients in our handmade soaps are believed to have healing properties, the information should never be used to self-medicate or treat any form of physical or mental disease or health problem. We do not recommend the use of these products as a substitute for medical care.