Calendula is an ingredient of interest in the medical researches for skin healing and improvement. To benefit from Calendula properties, the skin should be massaged to promote the absorption. Infused in a cleanser such as the NO FACE Royal Botanical Cleanser, would enable customers to benefit from the Calendula and other floral properties while massaging the skin during face washing.
Calendula has UV protection properties
A 2012 laboratory study found that calendula oil had natural SPF properties. Even though it’s hard to make sunscreen purely out of calendula, its properties make it an ideal ingredient to help the skin against the UV damages.
Calendula for wounds
Calendula might accelerate wound healing. Research in 2013 suggests that using aloe vera or calendula ointment along with standard care sped up episiotomy recovery time.
Calendula for acne
Calendula for eczema
Calendula oil for better skin
Calendula might improve the overall appearance of your skin. One study found that a cream containing calendula extract may promote skin hydration and firmness, but more research is needed.
It’s also speculated that calendula might help treat contact dermatitis, which includes reactions to poison ivy.