Add Chamomile to Your Skin Care Routine to Soothe Redness, Fight Acne, and Reduce Signs of Aging 
Chamomile has long been a key ingredient in soothing skin care regiments. Even the ancient Greeks and Egyptians applied crushed chamomile flowers to their skin to treat weather-related redness and dryness.
Hundreds of years later, scientific research has found that the compounds in chamomile likely do make it powerful skin multitasker.
Benefits For Skin: Wound healing, inflammation, redness, eczema, hyperpigmentation, acne, free radical damage
Wound Healing: Essential oils extracted from chamomile reportedly have antimicrobial properties to protect against certain types of bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
Inflammation: Chamomile is often used to help tame skin inflammation from sunburn and rashes. 
Redness: The ancient Greeks were on to something when they applied crushed chamomile to red, irritated skin. 
Soothing Sensitive Skin: Chamomile's anti-inflammatory and healing properties appear to be especially soothing for sensitive skin types.
Hyperpigmentation and Skin Lightening: Hyperpigmentation is when areas of skin are darker than surrounding skin due to overproduction of the hormone melanin. It is usually caused by injury or inflammation to the skin, and it is commonly linked to sun damage, acne, or hormonal changes during pregnancy.
Skin-lightening products with chamomile that treat hyper pigmentation may help.
Chamomile has astringent and brightening properties that, in addition to tightening pores and softening the skin, can fade acne scars and hyperpigmentation when used regularly.
Acne: The same anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-oxidant properties that make chamomile an effective treatment for redness and inflammation may also address acne.
Anti-Aging: Anti-oxidants fight oxidative stress caused by free radicals, which are the natural result of everyday metabolic processes and inflammation. Oxidative stress is linked to fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmantation, and other signs of aging.
Chamomile contains powerful anti-oxidants including polyphenols and phytochemical. When applying to the skin, it may help reduce signs of aging by protecting the skin from free radical damage.
Types: There are two main types of chamomile: German chamomile and Roman chamomile
Drink it: You can get skin and health benefits from drinking chamomile tea, too.
It can provide support by brightening the complexion, reducing acne breakouts, and fading dark spots.
5 Ways Chamomile Tea Benefits Your Health: May improve sleep quality; may promote digestive health; may protect against certain types of cancer; may improve heart health.
You can find chamomile in almost any type of skin care product, including toners, oils, serums, lotions, and peels.
Aloe Toner with Aloe and Chamomile
Pomegranate and Green Tea Toner with Rosewater and Chamomile
Hydra Boost Moisture Masque with Vitamins A, C, E and Chamomile