Last updated on July 28th, 2022 at 01:55 pm
Flowers are perfect for any occasion, and sometimes for no reason at all. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, give your skin a flower it’ll love — Calendula.
Boiron Calendula is made from the homeopathic preparation of its namesake, a type of marigold found in Southern Europe. These vibrant yellow-orange flowers are widely used in beauty products and medicines. The presence of essential oils, saponins, flavonoids, and alkaloids in this plant’s petals are what makes it a great skin healer.
Calendula might be your go-to boo-boo cream, but it has uses far beyond the first aid kit. Here are some smart ways you can integrate it into your daily skincare regimen.
Calendula Cream’s light texture is both soothing and moisturizing. It’s ideal for windburn relief and on dry winter skin.* Try it as a rejuvenating night cream or after exfoliation or cleansing treatments.
If a new pair of snow boots left your feet feeling raw, Calendula Ointment to the rescue! Rub it on cracked heels or blisters to moisturize and protect this sensitive area.*
Getting prepped for a winter getaway? Calendula Gel with its cooling and refreshing sensation feels so good on razor burn, especially along the bikini line.*
For more tips on how to look and feel your best all year round, visit BoironCalendula.com.
*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.