Calendula is an annual plant of the Asteraceae family called marigold or port marigold. It is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs in the West, and is mainly used for skin problems and wound healing.
Improving skin irritation
Flavonoids, a major component of calendula petals, have strong antioxidant and sedative properties to help soothe irritated skin.
Helps heal wounds and regenerate skin
It contains Vitamins A, B, D, E, terpenoids, carotenoids, flavonoids, saponins, and beta-carotene to help reduce skin inflammation.
Soft skin texture like petals
It is soft to use and has a high moisturizing power, which is good for skin texture and can be used for all skin types. Men can also use it after shaving.
1. Calendula Officinalis Flower Skincare
As the first step of skincare, moisten the cotton pad with the extract and then adjust the skin texture or put it in a mist container and spray it from time to time.
2. Calendula Officinalis Flower Cream
Mix 5 to 10% in cosmetics (skin, lotion, cream, etc.) in use. (E.g. Moisture Cream 100ml + Calendula Officinalis Flower extract 10ml)
A combination of two or more extracts is possible. (E.g. Calendula Officinalis Flower extract 80% + Centella extract 20%)
3. Calendula Officinalis Flower Pack
Moisten the cotton pad with the extract, and then stick it on the part that needs intensive care (forehead, cheeks, chin, etc.) for 10 minutes.
Helps to restore the skin barrier.