Product description and ingredients
Calendula officinalis, also known as pot marigold or garden marigold, has been used for centuries to heal wounds and skin irritations. Calendula balm’s anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, astringent, antifungal, antiviral, and immunostimulant properties make it a versatile product to keep in the first-aid kit or home medicine chest. We add olive oil and beeswax to calendula tincture to extend the expiry date so it will not go rancid in 2 years. With a regular use a 100 ml jar will last for quite some time.
- It treats varicose veins.
- It promotes healing of skin wounds after operations.
- It promotes healing of nose scabs.
- It nourishes dry skin, but it suitable for combination skin as well.
- It promotes healing of wounds, hematomas and muscles strains.
- It promotes healing of bedsores.
- It promotes healing of swellings and bumps.
- It is prefect as a facial cream.
- It can serve as a hand cream.
- It successfully soothes raw, peeling lips. It can serve as a lip care.
- As a basis for Swedish bitter compresses, because direct exposure to Swedish bitter can sometimes cause minor reactions.
- The balm melts when we put it on the palm of our hand and warm it with our index finger making clockwise movements. This way beeswax melts perfectly and becomes homogeneous.