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What is bisabolol?
It is an active compound that has many properties.
Synthetic bisabolol is less effective than its natural form, called alpha-bisabolol.
It can be found in several plants, including:
- Brazilian candeia tree (vanillosmopsis erythropappa).
- German chamomile.
- Sage (salvia runcinata).
- Bergamot orange.
It is obtained through a process of distillation of essential oil.
Bisabolol is liquid, colorless and slightly perfumed.
How to use it?
For external use only.
This active ingredient is prized by cosmetic brands, which have understood its benefits for sensitive skin.
It is used in :
- After-shave balms.
- Baby milks.
- Moisturizing creams.
- Anti-aging care.
- After-sun care.
- Post-waxing care.
It is effective even at low dosage, i.e. 0.1%.
It goes particularly well with aloe vera.
Bisabolol provides the necessary compounds for damaged cells to repair themselves.
It is particularly appreciated by the skin, the gums and the scalp.
It is known for its effect:
For which disease?
Alpha bisabolol has shown promising results in :
- Skin diseases.
- Bleeding gums.
- Actinic keratosis.
- Atopic dermatitis.
- Damaged skins.
- Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
- Hiatal hernia.
Bisabolol is not recommended in cases of :
In the case of cellular damage, the root cause is often emotional.
It is true that bisabolol can help heal the body.
However, if the emotional wounds are not healed, the disease may return.
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What are the benefits of bisabolol?
Its main benefit is to encourage cells to repair themselves.
It is therefore useful before the cellular reconstruction phase, where bakuchiol can be used.