Chamomile Roman Organic Hydrolat, 200ml

€ 6,70

Roman Chamomile hydrolat (Chamaemelum nobile) is recognized for its antispasmodic, calming and anti-inflammatory properties. This is the number 1 hydrosol for infants and young children; diaper rash, calm and soothe, help with sleeping. It is anti-inflammatory and antiseptic for the skin, therefor very good to use as a tonic for itchiness, rashes and acne. 

The soothing effect on the mind makes it effective for insomnia, stress relief and reducing anxiety, nervousness, and anger.

- Analgesic
- Anti-inflammatory
- Calming, Relaxing
- Antispasmodic

More information

Roman Chamomile hydrosol :
- Latin name: Chamaemelum nobile
- Origin: France
- Distilled part: Flowering tops
- Extraction method: Steam distillation
- Quality: 100% pure & natural, microfiltered, preservative-free
- Cultivation method: Organic farming

*All ingredients come from organic farming.
- Organic home fragrance certified by Ecocert Greenlife - F32600.
- Vegan, non-toxic, 100% natural, synthetic-free
- Not tested on animals

Usage tips

Product for food use and topical use.

Roman Chamomile hydrosol is the number one choice for baby care. You can safely use it right from birth, in bath water, and as a soothing mist for bedding.

When teething starts, add 2-3 drops to a bottle of water to help calm diarrhea and stomach upset.
Rub the gums with diluted chamomile frequently to reduce inflammation, swelling, and pain.

New mothers can use it in a compress or a sitz bath for postpartum relief.

Make your homemade wet wipes with chamomile hydrosol.

To help children sleep, spritz a light mist over the blankets or in the air of the child's room before sleep.

Chamomile is wonderful in skincare. It calms rashes, sensitivities, acne, heat rash, rosacea, and redness. Just spritz your face.

Use it on sunburned skin for reliving and healing.

Use it as a one-in-all makeup remover, skin cleanser, and toner. It's quite astringent and has a very acidic pH, so do not use it singly or long-term on very dry skin.

Chamomile hydrosol calms itching and noninfectious inflammations.

Eye Compress
For puffiness, irritation, and most eye compress use chamomile hydrosol. Soak cotton pads in warm floral water and put on your eyes while relaxing and laying down.

Pets can have great benefits from chamomile, which can reduce stress (before or under travel, after a fight, during a storm, visiting the vet).

Read Suzanne Catty's book "Hydrosols the Next Aromatherapy"

Precautions for use

- Product for food use.
- Keep away from light and heat
- Young children, and pregnant or breastfeeding women, it is imperative to seek the advice of a health professional trained in the use of hydrosols.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid prolonged use.
- Respect the dosages/dilutions in case of mixtures with other vegetable oils and/or essential oils
- Our aromatic hydrosols, also called floral waters, although more concentrated and microfiltered, are preservative-free and therefore more sensitive to temperature variations. To ensure better preservation of your hydrosol, we advise you to keep your bottles tightly closed and in the refrigerator.
- If necessary, this hydrosol can be diluted before use.


100% organic, micro-filtered and preservative-free

Packaging & storage

- Delivered in a blue PET bottle that is 100% recyclable and protects against UVs

- After opening, keep in a cool place and use within 6 months. Contains no preservatives.




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