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Double Infused Calendula Oil

Regular price $49.99 USD
Regular price $69.99 USD Sale price $49.99 USD
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Calendula oil has antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that might make it useful in healing wounds, soothing eczema, and relieving diaper rash. It's also used as an antiseptic.

In addition to its irresistible orange blossom scent, neroli oil can also be used in skincare. As it is well known to stimulate skin cell regeneration, giving it anti-scarring properties. This makes neroli a fantastic ingredient to rub on stretch marks, dark spots, and scars.

A little history of Calendula

The Calendula, also known as Mary-Bud, Mary-Gold, Pot Marigold, and Poor Man’s Saffron, is one of the oldest of all cultivated flowers. The plant was described in the 3rd Century BC and was an important part of the gardens of 5th Century France. It has been under cultivation for six centuries. The Latin name, Calendae, means the first day of the month.

How it got its name as Mary Gold- One of the many folk tales which enrich the history of this plant describes a beautiful, golden-haired child called Mary-Gold who spent all of her time watching the sun until one day she disappeared and was never found. In the place where she used to sit, there grew a little sun-like flower. The child’s friends proclaimed that the little flower was really Mary-Gold and that she had been turned into a flower.

By the 1800s doctors had realized that the plant, used as a poultice, could stop bleeding. By the time of the Civil War, most doctors carried dried calendula petals in their medical bags to stop bleeding and to promote the healing of wounds.

The name “neroli” came about after the crusaders first brought the brightly-colored bitter orange from Asia to Europe. It was named after Anna Marie Orsini, the 17th century Princess of Nerola, Italy, who used it in her bath as a perfume and to scent her gloves. Anna popularized the use of neroli in beauty, but prior to her, neroli oil was a highly traded commodity used in ancient Egypt, traditional Chinese medicine and even to help fight the plague. The scent is often cited for its use in aromatherapy as it can reduce the levels of cortisol in the brain (monq).

Ingredients

Calendula Oil, Almond Oil, Rosehip Oil

Essential Oil: Neroli

How to Use

For Acne: Wash your face with a cleanser formulated with calendula oil, or apply it directly to a pimple. It will help it heal. Calendula can help increase your skin’s hydration and firmness. So you can go ahead and apply it all over your face

For Chapped Lips: Simply mix a few drops of the oil into an organic lip balm for a moisturizing and nurturing boost.

For Sunburn Relief: Apply it directly to the sunburnt area affected area.

For Minot Bug Bites: Apply calendula oil directly to a bite (if it’s infected go see a doctor). 

For your Hair and Scalp: It can be used to help with dandruff, and give you a much healthier scalp.  Apply a little and massage the oil into your scalp. Allow it to sit for a minimum of 30 minutes then rinse out when ready

Warning

Do not use it on children or if pregnant or nursing. It is for external applications only. Do not use it on infected skin, open wounds, or sores. It is a good idea to try a small patch test before using too much at the start. This small skin test will let you know if you are allergic to any of the herbs in it.

Why are our skin products unique?

What makes our skin products very potent and effective is the unique method of extracting the herbal phytonutrients. This is a costly method not often used. They are hand crafted, made in small batches and do not contain artificial preservatives or fragrances. The soft scent you will experience is pure essential oils and herbs.

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