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Is fleurs de camomille vegan?

Fleurs de camomille is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fleurs de camomille?

Fleurs de camomille, or chamomile flowers, are a delicate and fragrant ingredient commonly used in teas, skincare products, and culinary applications. These small white and yellow flowers have a subtle, honey-like flavor with hints of apple and earthiness, making them a popular choice for herbal teas and infusions. Chamomile flowers are also known for their calming and soothing properties, making them a popular ingredient in skincare products aimed at reducing inflammation and redness. Whether used in the kitchen or for self-care, fleurs de camomille add a touch of natural elegance to any recipe or routine.

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