The calendula flower, or marigold, is easily cultivated in regions of the Mediterranean, where it blooms from April to early December. Wild calendula can also be found in fields and rural areas. Its seeds are scattered and sown by the wind and must survive extreme cold. The bright yellow or orange calendula flowers are also known for their staining properties. A yellow dye can be obtained by decoction and is often used in the food industry. Calming and gentle, Calendula is a key ingredient in many cosmetics and is especially used in hygiene and baby products.
Topical (Adults and children 2 years and older): Apply to affected area as needed. For all skin types
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms worsen or persist. If pregnant consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Do not use if you are allergic to members of the Asteraceae, Compositae or Daisy family. If hypersensitivity or allergic reaction occurs, discontinue use immediately.