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Calendula—Your Must-Have Medicine to Relieve Irritated Winter Skin

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Every state in the U.S. reported below freezing temperatures yesterday morning, which probably means most of us are suffering from rough, dry or itchy skin right now. To help heal these skin irritations, try Calendula. No first aid kit should be without Calendula officinalis, made from the Garden marigold and used topically for generations to naturally heal skin irritations. Boiron Calendula topicals are available in three paraben-free formulas:

Print- The soothing and moisturizing texture of Calendula Cream is ideal for use on dry or chafed skin.

- The water-based Calendula Lotion works well as a general hand and body lotion; it covers large surfaces such as a rash, sunburn or wind burn.

- Calendula Ointment adheres to your skin longer to promote healing; use it on minor burns, blisters, cracked heels, chapped lips or nasal irritations.

For more information on Calendula, watch our new two-minute video on the uses and benefits of Calendula Cream. Natural is very important to Lydia and her family, so she shares how Calendula has become a staple in their household to help heal all types of skin irritations, including minor cuts, scrapes, and burns, chafing, and sunburn. And before you head to CVS to pick up your own tube of Calendula Cream, don’t forget to click here for your $2 coupon!

Comments (2)

Jessica Briscoesays:

Hi, I just bought a new tube of the Calendula Cream and it lists alcohol while the old tube I had does not. Could you tell me what kind it is- isopropyl, benzyl, ceteryl, etc.?? Thank you!

Boironsays:

Hi Jessica, Calendula Cream does contain a small amount of ethanol, the type of alcohol found in beer and wine. It’s not an added ingredient but is part of the Calendula tincture. Hope that helps!

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