CALENDULA ALL PURPOSE CREAM | NATURAL AID |250mL
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CALENDULA ALL PURPOSE CREAM - 250mL
Nature's remarkable recovery cream!
Suitable for newborns to adults.
Live your life without synthetic chemicals and artificial ingredients.
Non-greasy, hydrating, energizing, soothing, nourishing and repairing moisturising organic cream that rebuilds skin’s moisture barrier whilst helping to heal and protect your skin from environmental damage.
**Recommended cream for patients undergoing Radiotherapy treatment. (See testimonials).
- Lovingly crafted with nature's finest organic ingredients
- Beautifully nourishing and hydrating with 69.8% of total ingredients from Organic Farming and remaining from natural origin.
- Hypo-allergenic, so good for the most sensitive skin
Calendula has soothing and healing qualities for:
- Skin irritations
- Skin rashes
- Dry skin
- Cuts and abrasions
- Inflamed skin after radiotherapy
- Wounds after operations
- Bed sores
- Post tattoo
- Postpartum perineal tears
- Cracked nipples -breastfeeding
- Skin scars
- Stretch marks
WHAT IT IS?
Calendula Officinalis (pot marigold) is one of nature’s oldest wound healing herbs known. The flower petals of the Calendula plant are used for medicinal purposes and have since at least the 12th Century. Calendula has high amounts of flavonoids, plant-based antioxidants that protect cells from being damaged by free radicals. Calendula appears to fight inflammation, viruses, and bacteria.
Do not use on very deep cuts since Calendula will form granulation on the surface before the actual underlying tissue has rebuilt.
Source: Calendula | University of Maryland Medical Center http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/calendula#ixzz37ie43UqU
WHAT DOES IT DO?
Calendula contains antimicrobial and skin repairing compounds. It helps wounds heal faster by increasing blood flow and oxygen to the affected area, helping the body to grow new tissue. Calendula also helps prevent dermatitis or skin inflammation in breast cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy.
Source: Calendula | University of Maryland Medical Center