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Blue Tansy Oil, the Therapeutic Skincare Ingredient

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Naturally found in Morocco and often referred to as “Moroccan chamomile”, blue tansy starts out as a golden yellow flower, but during the distillation process, the antioxidant chamazulene turns it a rich indigo hue.

Blue tansy has several different therapeutic properties that may benefit a variety of different skin types. It’s packed full of antioxidants that help protect and maintain your skin’s natural barrier, and its antibacterial and antihistamine properties allow it to calm redness and prevent new spots, making it a great option for those with acne or inflammation. Additionally, it can calm and moisturize skin, helping those with sensitive or irritated skin. These soothing properties may also specifically provide relief for eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, extreme dryness, or other inflammatory conditions.

Not only is blue tansy great for your skin, but it’s a powerful aromatic and can even act as an effective anti-aging ingredient. It can soothe nervous tension, calm inflammation, and assist in skin cell regeneration, all in one. Blue tansy also has antibacterial and anti-fungal benefits, and its antioxidant content is great for aging skin. Because of its universal benefits, blue tansy is a great ingredient to include as a staple of your skincare routine. 

Relaxation:

Since blue tansy is such a powerful aromatic, it makes it an amazing ingredient to include for holistic healing. It can calm both stressed-out skin as well as a stressed-out mind, which in turn has overall benefits for the body as a whole. Blue tansy has a markedly sweet, herbaceous, and fruity aroma, and inhaling the scent immediately helps you relax. Research also suggests that the scent of blue tansy may help regulate hormonal fluctuations, anxiety, and depression due to its therapeutic effects on stress.

Anti-Inflammatory:

Blue tansy has been shown to be an effective anti-inflammatory ingredient. Two main compounds of blue tansy, sabinene, and camphor, have been shown to be responsible for this. Camphor is an ingredient often found in other medicines due to its antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory characteristics. It is often applied to wounds and injuries, and can even be used to help with coughing. Those with eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, dermatitis, sun damage, and acne can find relief in the flower’s ability to calm skin by reducing heat and neutralizing redness. Blue tansy contains a compound called azulene which heals, soothes, and combats inflammation, which is why it is also helpful in easing sore muscles and joints!

Acne-Prone Skin:

Blue Tansy’s primary constituents, chamazulene, sabinene, and camphor have been found to be effective in soothing, cleansing, and clearing blemished skin. Chamazulene has surface-cleansing properties that interact with enzymes that inflame the skin. Blue tansy oil is naturally light and has a low comedogenic rating, so it is less likely to clog pores than other oils making it ideal for treating acne.

Anti-Microbial:

Blue tansy essential oil has both antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, making it a great natural option for treating minor scrapes, burns, cuts, or insect bites. It is also an anti-fungal and can be used to help treat fungal infections of the skin, nails, or scalp.

Skin-Healing:

Blue tansy oil can help retain and bring moisture to your skin barrier which equals soft and smooth skin, while the compound camphor has been shown to help repair damaged skin.

Antioxidant:

Thanks to the skin regeneration abilities of camphor and the anti-inflammatory properties of sabinene, making blue tansy oil is a powerful anti-aging ingredient! Not only does it help calm inflammation, but it also works to boost skin’s radiance with its high level of antioxidants, making your skin glow and radiant.

Our Blue Tansy Products:

Blue Tansy Oil

Blue Tansy Balm

Magnesium Cream

Russian Cambrian Blue Clay & Blue Tansy Soap

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