Thyme Heal Calendula Cream contains multiple extractions of Calendula flowers, as well as a synergistic blend of herbs and essential oils that work together to provide potent antiseptic effects as well as swift healing.
Calendula has been traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to aid in wound healing and help relieve skin inflammations and irritations (1-6). Thyme Heal Calendula Cream may be helpful as a topical application for conditions such as:
- Spots and pimples
- Cuts and grazes
- Burns and sunburn
- Skin inflammation and infections
- Open and bleeding wounds
- Sore nipples
- General skin care
Active ingredients are:
Calendula - these pretty garden flowers are one of nature’s best healing plants for skin. Calendula was an official pharmaceutical medicine and is still recognised in countries which continue to approve the sale of herbal medicines as health products. Calendula works at a number of different levels to help skin heal. It greatly reduces bleeding, is a strong agent against skin inflammation, it has an impressive scientifically shown activity against infection by bacteria, fungi and viruses. In addition it stimulates the healing process after skin injury so that healing can occur much more quickly.
Thyme, Tea tree, Rosemary and Lavender oils – all contribute to a broad spectrum antimicrobial action against a range of fungi, bacteria and viruses.
Thyme Heal’s Calendula Cream brings together the great range of healing properties inherent in Calendula flowers and at the same time ensures that injuries to the skin are kept clean and free of infection. Calendula Cream is safe to use on all open or inflamed skin injuries where it provides quick relief from discomfort and accelerates healing. A must for your first aid kit.
Size: 30 grams - Price: NZ$18.50
Size: 60 grams - Price: NZ$32.00
Size: 100 grams - Price: NZ$47.50
Always read the label and use only as directed.
If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.
Stop use if hypersensitivity / allergy occurs (7,8).
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Aqua, Olea europaea (Olive) Oil, Calendula officinalis Flower, Calendula officinalis Flower Oil, emulsifying wax NF, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Triticum vulgare (Wheat) Germ Oil or Natural Vitamin E, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Oil, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea-tree) Oil, Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) Oil, dehydroacetic acid & benzyl alcohol, natural antioxidant.