Cornflower has skin-soothing properties and is anti-inflammatory, astringent, free radical scavenging and moisturizing. It is used in cosmetic applications as an additive in shampoos for grey hair to achieve a blue shimmer and in skin care preparations for sensitive skin.
The plant is called cornflower because it naturally occurs near field crops, namely corn. Mostly used in bath bombs, bath salts, potpourri and to decorate soap.
Approx 3 cups to the 100 grams
Also used in facial steams and to make infusions for the skin and hair.
Inci Centaurea cyanus
Country of origin: Europe
Cornflower Petals Pesticide Free