Plant fact sheet

Chamomile

Chamomile

Family

USE IN KLORANE PRODUCTS

Our chamomile is cultivated under the Mediterranean sun using techniques that respect the surrounding ecosystem. The quality of each plant harvested is controlled in accordance with KLORANE Phytofiliereョ specifications. The flowers are picked when they are in full bloom, and are then left to dry naturally in the sun. We concentrate the active agent contained in their petals in the form of an extract, which is then incorporated into KLORANE's illuminating and blonde-enhancing shampoo with chamomile.

PLANT EXTRACT CHARACTERISTICS

Chamomile is a perennial of the Asteraceae family native to Europe. It is traditionally used to give hair blonde highlights. We have chosen to cultivate the Matricaria recutita L. species for its high apigenin content, a plant flavonoid with natural hair lightening properties.

BOTANICAL FACT SHEET

Chamomile is a large, annual and very aromatic plant with glabrous, dark green, twice-pinnate leaves. Its capitula bear white ligulate flowers and yellow tubulate flowers on a single, hollow receptacle with no scales. Extremely common in North Africa and throughout Europe, it thrives in soils with a high salt and sodium content.

TRADITIONAL USES

Chamomile capitula are traditionally used in infusions and in powder form as “bitters and aperients”, and are known to stimulate the digestion. Chamomile is also used for gastrointestinal disorders, to stimulate the appetite, and to treat dermatological problems. In addition, it can be found in cosmetology in shampoos and sun protection gels.

KLORANE Hair

RADIANT COLOR

Chamomile

RADIANT COLOR Blonde Highlighting

RADIANT COLOR COLOUR TREATED Colour protecting

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