Calendula officinalis L. Maceration of the Marigold (calendula) flowers in a base oil
Skin and nettle allergies
Skin irritation and rash
Dry and/or sensitive skin
Light localized pain
Bites or stings
Composition at a glance: Complex fatty acids, depending on the oil used for the maceration. Known for its anti-inflammatory faradiol esters, antioxidant carotenoids and flavanoids.
Color and texture: Pale and bright yellow oil. Medium absorption; sometimes massaging for longer is needed.
Smell: Discreet and neutral.
Soothe and Nourish
The pytosterols and unsaponifiables contained in Calendula oil make it a particularly good choice for everyone. Calendula is an ally of babies and their sensitive skin, and is often used as a moisturizer for infants.
Safe and easy to use, Calendula oil can be applied on its own, or combined with other soothing essential oils such as Lavender angustofolia or German Chamomile.