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Bisabolol -Uses, Benefits, and Side effects

The Anti-Aging Effects Of Bisabolol

The best anti-aging skin care products contain natural ingredients that are proven to provide beneficial effects. Bisabolol is an essential oil extracted from chamomile plant. The chamomile flower is widely used as a soothing tea to encourage calmness and settle stomach aches. The oil extracted from chamomile is used to treat a variety of skin conditions and improve overall skin health and beauty. The chamomile plant is used to make teas, liquids, capsules and tablets. When it comes to skin care chamomile extract is best delivered in cream form. Practical use and studies indicate that chamomile extract offer the following benefits for skin:

Works as a Skin Conditioning Agent

The essential oil extracted from chamomile has been used for hundreds of years to calm the skin and encourage overall health. This ingredient is commonly used in premium quality skin moisturizers like the VIVITÉ line due to the soothing effect it has on skin. It’s pleasant, light floral scent makes it a popular addition as well. Bisabolol has a high concentration of the powerful vitamin derived ingredient Panthenol. Panthenol is commonly used in shampoos, makeup, skin creams for its ability to strengthen roots, enhance sheen, and moisturize.

Encourages Healing

The chamomile extract has a proven anti-inflammatory ability that helps prevent and treat skin irritations. The aforementioned high levels of Panthenol improve hydration and encourage healing in epidermal skin wounds. Pathenol is often used in products that treat sunburn, mild burns, and skin irritations. The healing effects are largely due to its special ability to penetrate the skin. Panthenol’s penetrative ability assists the delivery of other ingredients commonly used in cosmetics, particularly ingredients that are rich in antioxidants.

Encourages Clean Skin

Bisabolol is thought to have anti-microbial properties. Antimicrobial soaps and lotions are commonly used to combat harmful bacteria and fungus growth. Some common antimicrobial products contain chemicals and other harsh ingredients that can dry out skin. In contrast, essential oils with antimicrobial qualities tend to be gentle on the skin and encourage healthy moisture. Evidence suggests that excessive use of antimicrobials can be detrimental; the relatively moderate level of antimicrobials in essential oils makes them a healthy option for protection against bacteria.