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Anthriscus cerefolium



Chervil is related to the parsley group of plants and, like parsley, is widely used as a seasoning herb in cookery.


Chervil has a cleansing and slight astringent effect on the skin, and the whole herb can be made into an infusion to be used as a skin toner. It is gentle and suitable for sensitive skin.


Make chervil toner fresh and use immediately – if it is to be kept for any length of time, add a few drops of preservative and keep refrigerated.





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