What is Calendula® Homoeopathic Antiseptic Cream?
Bahola® Calendula Antiseptic Cream is a homeopathic antiseptic formulation that helps to treat superficial burns, cuts, and wounds. Promotes healthy granulation, checks suppuration and prevents the formation of disfiguring scars because of burning, helps to prevent redness, protects the skin from the sun, and has healing and restoring properties. Bahola Calendula Antiseptic Cream is a homeopathic antiseptic formulation that helps to treat superficial burns, cuts, and wounds. The cream comprises Calendula officinalis, a herb that has anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties.
Cuts and scrapes are a part of everyday life, but they can leave your skin sore, uncomfortable, and prone to infection. Next time you get one, reach for Bahola Calendula® Homoeopathic Antiseptic Cream. This first aid topical is available in ointment, cream, and gel formulas that offer soothing, healing relief for your minor wounds and skin abrasions.
If protecting your muscles and internal organs isn’t enough, your skin puts up with a lot. Exposure to sun, wind and cold weather all take a toll on your body’s largest organ. People with dry skin or who spend lots of time outdoors will appreciate the light, moisturizing texture of Calendula Cream.
Bahola Calendula® Homoeopathic Antiseptic Cream is made from its namesake: the garden marigold (Calendula officinalis). A native to Southern Europe and cultivated widely throughout North America, it offers more than its good looks. This healing flower has been used topically for generations to repair damaged and irritated skin naturally.
The recommended frequency of application for a Calendula topical is three times a day.
What is calendula and its health benefits for skin conditions?
Guarding the muscles, bones, and internal organs, the skin is the largest organ of the body, and life can take a toll on this outer covering every day — shaving; exposure to sun, wind, and cold weather; minor burns; cuts and scrapes; rashes, and insect bites, etc. One of the most versatile, frequently needed, and economical finds in a natural products store to help relieve these skin irritations is Calendula.
Calendula is made from its namesake: the garden marigold (Calendula officinalis). A native to Southern Europe and cultivated widely throughout North America, it offers more than its good looks. This flower has healing power. With its bright yellow-orange blossoms, the garden marigold has been applied locally for centuries as a natural healing and soothing substance. Today, it is known that Calendula’s wound-healing properties are due to the presence of essential oils, saponins, flavonoids, and alkaloids. These compounds have been shown to promote healing.
Homeopathic preparations of the flower have been used for generations to speed the healing process. One of the most popular homeopathic medicines worldwide, this medicine cabinet staple should be stocked everywhere, including in first aid kits, travel toiletry bags, the kitchen, the nursery, and cosmetic surgeon offices.