The Benefits of Calendula Extract

The Benefits of Calendula Extract

Calendula - Like a RAE of Sunshine

Pot marigold, common marigold, Mary’s gold, or Scotch marigold are just a few names given to this beautiful botanical flower which is not to be confused with the Marigold flower we see in our garden beds.

Calendula epitomizes many things, such as fire, sunshine, and achievements. In India, the bridal bouquet traditionally includes the calendula flower, and they believe the flower symbolizes passion, creativity, and fertility for the new couple. Calendula, as a herbal remedy, helps support the immune system and fight infection. In addition to treating skin ailments, calendula has traditionally been used for treating infections and fungi. According to research, calendula may help treat rashes such as diaper rash and vaginal yeast infections. Besides its anti-inflammatory properties, calendula is often used for pain relief.

Calendula is Like a RAE of sunshine. It’s yellow/orange in colour and is a flowering plant from the daisy family. The oil extracted from this beautiful flower offers many benefits to our skin.

Since the 12 century, it is believed the Egyptians used the calendula for beautifying and caring for the skin. 

Calendula Extract offers many benefits to our skin. Similar to UV protection as sunscreen (not to replace sunscreen), which is another great reason to incorporate products containing the calendula extract, especially for those more sensitive to the sun.

Calendula extract offers extra great aids such as reducing environmental skin damage from daily exposure to pollutants. Calendula Extract, therefore, has many beneficial healing properties and is suitable for treating redness, problematic skin, sunburns, and dry and maturing skin that supports collagen production.

Try our products that contain Calendula and enjoy the benefits it offers that suit you best!

Forever Young Cleanser – Dry/Sensitive - All Skin types

Luminous Cleanser – Mature Skin

Royal Treatment Moisturizer – Normal – All Skin Types

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