AVAILABLE IN SM. ROUND SAMPLIER, SM. ROLL ON, LG. ROLL ON. Calendula, commonly known as Marigold, is a plant that was historically referred to as “nature’s first aid” and is known for its traditional uses in treating and dressing minor skin irritations such as cuts and burns. This rich, off-white butter is a sophisticated blend enriched with highly emollient oil, soothing Calendula extract, and hydrogenated vegetable oil, which is deeply hydrating and helps to reduce the appearance of aging.
Common Uses: Calendula Butter® or Massage lotion is a perfect addition to a variety of skin care formulations meant for dry and weathered skin. It can be added to creams and lotions to make them ultra-rich and increase their ability to hydrate the skin. The creamy texture of Calendula Butter exhibits excellent spreadability, making it ideal as a massage butter or moisturizing body butter for mature skin.
- Anal tears (anal fissures). Early research suggests that that applying calendula to the affected area may reduce pain in people with anal tears who do not respond to treatment with sitz baths and the medication nifedipine. Diabetic foot ulcers. Early research shows that using a calendula spray in addition to standard care and hygiene might prevent infection and decrease odor in people with long-term foot ulcer from diabetes. Diaper rash. Some early research suggests that applying a calendula ointment to the skin for 10 days improves diaper rash compared to aloe gel. But other early research shows that applying calendula cream. Peeling lips (exfoliative cheilitis). Early research shows that using calendula ointment for 15 days might help stop peeling lips. Gum inflammation. Early research shows that rinsing the mouth with a specific calendula tincture for 6 months might decrease plaque, gum inflammation, and bleeding by 10% to 18% compared to using water to rinse. Other early research shows that rinsing the mouth with a combination mouthwash containing calendula, rosemary, and ginger for 2 weeks decreases plaque, gum inflammation, and bleeding compared to placebo mouthwash. In fact, it the combination mouthwash seems to work as effectively as chlorhexidine mouthwash. Ear infections (otitis media). Early research shows that applying a specific product that contains mullein, garlic, calendula, and St. John’s wort to the ear for 3 days reduces ear pain in children and teenagers with ear infections. Pressure ulcers. Early research shows that using a specific calendula product might improve the healing of long-term pressure ulcers. Skin inflammation due to radiation therapy (radiation dermatitis). Early research suggests that applying calendula ointment on the skin might reduce radiation dermatitis in people receiving radiation therapy for breast cancer. However, other early research shows that using a calendula cream is no different than petroleum jelly for reducing radiation dermatitis. Thinning of the wall of the vagina (vaginal atrophy). Early research suggests that applying a gel containing calendula, Lactobacillus sporogenes, isoflavones, and lactic acid to the vagina for 4 weeks reduces symptoms of vaginal atrophy such as vaginal itching, burning, dryness, and pain during intercourse. Leg ulcers. Early research shows that applying a calendula ointment to the skin speeds up the healing of leg ulcers caused by poor blood circulation. Wound healing. Early research shows that applying calendula ointment along with routine care does not improve the healing of the surgical cut of the vagina made during childbirth. Cancer. Fever. Hemorrhoids. Muscle spasms. Nosebleeds. Promoting menstruation. Treating mouth and throat soreness. Varicose veins. Other conditions.
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