The Anti-Inflammatory Skin Ingredient You Need To Know About

Blue tansy’s a little flower that’s native to Morocco. Its nickname is Moroccan chamomile, as it’s from the chamomile family and shares a lot of those properties. It gets that beautiful blue color through the chemical reaction that occurs when they steam distill the flower.

And it ain’t just pretty: The flower has serious powers when it comes to boosting your complexion’s radiance. It’s got antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, so you see it used to calm the skin, reduce heat, and relieve delicate or troubled skin.


  • Combine 1-2 drops of Blue Tansy essential oil with Fractionated Coconut Oil, and apply to your skin daily
  • Also beautiful combined with Frankincense, Sandalwood and Lavender
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