Part of the plant: Flower
HistoryThe calendula flower follows the movement of the sun, opening and closing its petals according to its position and its light. This traditional plant has drawn its resources from the Mediterranean basin for a long time. It has been used since Antiquity for its cosmetic, medicinal and culinary virtues and, above all as a dye.
BenefitsCalendula, or "marigold", is commonly used to soothe and heal skin conditions, such as redness, irritations, grazes, or insect bites. Its soothing and, above all, regenerating properties make this flower the ideal moisturising* treatment. * hydrates the upper layers of the epidermis.
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