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The full-coverage, oil-free formula has long been praised for its ingredients, which include hyaluronic acid, cucumber, and chamomile extracts, and long-wearing properties.
Among the local flora being used for the collaboration are edible violets, lavender, hibiscus, tangerine flower, passion flower, pansies, chamomile, rose elderflower and pollen.
Or ask one of the staff to create a blend for your stay (complimentary for guests) — the lavender, cedarwood, and chamomile blend works wonders for relaxing.
The kits come in three colors, inspired by scraps of produce and spices: indigo, turmeric (made from turmeric and chamomile), and rose (made from hibiscus flowers and sandalwood).
First, the chamomile oatmeal features an incredibly relaxing aroma, which will help Mom unwind in no time, while the oatmeal works to soothe her skin.
Winning the Super Bowl has become a civic chamomile that left the fan base pleasantly relaxed.
Brew one cup of chamomile tea with two tea bags and let cool completely. 2.
Visitors leave their shoes in black fabric bags, sip chamomile tea before tucking in for the night and chat over coffee in the morning.
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Origin and Etymology of chamomile
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of chamomile for English Language Learners
: a plant that has a strong smell and small white and yellow flowers that are often used in making tea and medicine
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