Description: Calendula is a medicinal herb that has been used therapeutically and ceremonially for a long, long time. Most commonly known for its topical use as an infused oil for wounds and skin trauma, the bright orange or yellow flower contains many important constituents for a variety of ailments. It is very calming to the skin and proven to aid in wound healing. Calendula is also used for various women’s ailments, and to treat a number of skin conditions.
The anti-oxidant properties of Calendula can help to decelerate cell degeneration. And antiseptic properties support the body’s natural healing processes. Very gentle and soothing to aid natural healing and skin conditioning. It has been used to treat cuts, skin infections and varicose veins and is also considered helpful for fungal infections including athlete’s foot, thrush, nappy rash, cradle cap, and sore, unsettled stomachs.
– Calendula flower extract
– Olive oil
– Hydrogenated soy oil and medium-chain triglyceride
Uses: Calendula butter is applied to the skin as a massage medium and can also be used as a balm for sore muscles.
• Lotions & Creams
• Bar Soaps
• Hair Conditioners
Storage: Recommended to be stored in a refrigerator to maintain texture.