Bisabolol is found in the essential oil of chamomile, a plant that has been used for thousands of years for its known as a medicine for its healing effects. Manzena chamomile is particularly suitable for bisabolol production - its essential oil contains 45 percent bisabolol. The chamomile species originally comes from Spain, but is now also grown in countries such as Germany, France and the USA. Bisabolol is a viscous liquid that has a yellowish color.



Bisabolol has an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect and also has skin-soothing, regenerative and skin-protecting properties Characteristics. Due to its skin-care and anti-inflammatory properties, bisabolol also supports the regeneration of stressed muscles and skin in our products.


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