Calendula Herbal Ointment

$14.95

Works great on those rough dry skin problems. Calendula is also excellent for minor burns, scrapes, diaper rash and sensitive skin conditions.

In stock (can be backordered)

Product Description

Cloverleaf Farm’s Organic Calendula Ointment (Calendula officinalis) is the one ointment to have in your natural first aid kit. Calendula ointment works great on those rough dry skin problems. Calendula is also excellent for minor burns, scrapes, cradle cap, diaper rash, and sensitive skin conditions.

Calendula is anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-septic, and has anti-bacterial properties.

Our Calendula ointment contains our own organic calendula oil (calendula herb in almond and apricot oils), beeswax and 100% pure organic lavender essential oil. The essential oil acts as a natural preservative to the ointment.

Product Specifications

Directions/Usage:

If used on wounds, clean area well, and apply every 3-4 hours. For external use only.

Cautions:

Do not use if allergic to daisies. Do not ingest. Use with adult supervision. Will stain fabrics. Will cause surfaces to be slippery. Do not use if allergic to ingredients. Avoid during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Ingredients:

Calendula in almond, apricot oils, beeswax, lavender essential oil.

Additional Information

Weight 0.14 lbs
Dimensions 1.8 x 2 x 2 in
Size

2 oz light blocking jar

Reviews

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    “Your Organic Calendula Ointment was the key to getting rid of my baby’s cradle cap…it was wonderful to see his scalp normal, and know I did it using a natural and organic product.” -Jodi, NH

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    I highly recommend the calendula products to anyone, and especially recommend it to anyone like me who has easily irritated skin and has trouble leaving injuries alone as they heal. It works very well, has never irritated my skin, and smells amazing. Thank you, Cloverleaf Farm!” Erin, Indiana

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    I’ve use the oil right after shaving sensitive areas. I tend to get razor bumps any time I shave, and used to use rubbing alcohol after shaving to reduce the problem. The oil works much better at soothing the skin and preventing the bumps and rash, and it’s wonderful to have a fix that doesn’t sting. E., NH

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