Definitions for "Azulene"
Derived from chamomile, it is a soothing and anti-irritation additive.
Deep blue crystalline substance extracted from the essential oil of matricaria and chamomile flowers. It is known for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and soothing effects.
A chamomile extract derived from German chamomile that is used in face and body creams, sunburn remedies, burn ointments, and bath salts. Produces calming and soothing effects and is known to be both anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic. Effective for sensitive skin and Rosacea. Affects skin metabolism, improving regeneration through anti-oxidant activity. Been shown to exhibit dramatic anti-inflammatory effects and significant antioxidant protection.
Azulene is an organic compound whose molecules contain 10 carbons and 8 hydrogens and consist of a five-membered ring fused to a seven-membered ring. It is a monoterpene. It is an isomer of naphthalene but its physical properties are quite different.