When applied topically, chamomile may help to speed wound healing. Studies also show that substances in chamomile can kill viruses and bacteria, treat infections, reduce inflammation, and prevent and treat the growth of ulcers. Often times, chamomile is also used to treat mild skin irritations, including sunburn, rashes, eczema, and sores.
Derived from: Chamomile flower
Speeds wound healing
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Using Chamomile Solution or a 1% Topical Hydrocortisone Ointment in the Management of Peristomal Skin Lesions in Colostomy Patients: Results of a Controlled Clinical Study - 2011
German and Roman Chamomile - 2011
Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science
Practical Uses of Botanicals in Skin Care - 2009
The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology