Last updated on July 28th, 2022 at 01:58 pm
Spring is in full effect and for many of us that means time spent jogging, hiking, gardening and a whole host of outdoor activities. These activities can take a toll on our skin from cuts and scrapes to rashes and insect bites. The largest organ of the body can be pushed to the limit this time of year. Fortunately, you can help your body the natural way with Boiron Calendula.
One of the most versatile and economical finds in the first aid aisle, Calendula topicals help relieve many common skin irritations associated with the warmer weather. Calendula is made from the Garden marigold, a flower native to Southern Europe and widely cultivated throughout North America. This bright yellow-orange flower offers more than just good looks. It helps promote the healing of cuts, scrapes, chafing, minor burns and sunburn.*
Available as a cream, gel and ointment, Calendula’s various forms are designed for specific uses. The cream’s moisturizing texture serves well as a rejuvenating night cream and for chafed skin. While the lotion’s fluid, moisturizing formula is ideal for use on sunburned skin and on large areas of dry skin. And for cuts, scrapes and minor burns that require a longer healing time, the ointment’s thicker texture provides prolonged action. Finally, the gel’s cooling effect helps relieve razor burn, brush burns and insect bites.
For more information on Calendula, visit BoironCalendula.com.