Chamomile flowers are a popular ingredient in soapmaking due to their soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. The flowers, which are a member of the daisy family, can be used in both their dried and fresh forms. Chamomile is known to have calming and relaxing effects on the skin, making it an ideal ingredient for soap intended for sensitive skin or for use in a relaxing bath. Additionally, chamomile has antimicrobial properties, which can help to keep the skin clean and clear. When used in soapmaking, chamomile can be added to the soap batter or used as a decorative element on the surface of the soap.