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Calendula oil—Calendula officinalis
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size
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Calendula oil—Calendula officinalis
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size

Calendula oil with anti-inflammatory and healing properties, it is suitable for problematic skin, eczema and psoriasis, sensitive, oily and baby skin. It is rich in flavonoids, carotenoids, lecithin and unsaturated fatty acids.



Its properties

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Healing

  • Emollient

  • Soothing


Why we formulated it
Calendula oil is edible and has anti-inflammatory action. Its healing and emollient properties make it ideal to treat dry and damaged skin as it soothes skin irritations that are caused by cold air and abrupt temperature changes. In addition, it helps wounds and cuts heal faster, it is suitable to treat problematic skin, such as that with eczema. Calendula oil is soothing and ideal for sensitive or oily skin. Its properties make it ideal to treat baby skin and to relieve rashes and redness.



How to use

  • Massage it onto damp skin after cleansing.

  • Use it to moisturize youthful or acne-prone skin.

  • Apply it topically onto the dry areas of your face and body.

  • Use it as baby oil.

  • Apply it topically on wounds, insect bites and cuts to help them heal faster.



You do not have to take any precautions during its use.


Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.


The Physis Laboratory natural oils are packaged in certified, airtight, dark-colored vials with safety caps to ensure the quality of the oil.


Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging.



It is made of
Calendula oil is prepared by dissolving the flowers of the Calendula officinalis plant in organic Olive oil.


Formulated with
Calendula officinalis extract, Olea europaea fruit oil


Formulated WITHOUT
Preservatives, Chemical additives, Artificial Dyes, Fragrance, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), Mineral oil



  1. Della Loggia, Roberto, et al. "The role of triterpenoids in the topical anti-inflammatory activity of Calendula officinalis flowers." Planta medica 60.06 (1994): 516-520.

  2. Zitterl-Eglseer, K., et al. "Anti-oedematous activities of the main triterpendiol esters of marigold (Calendula officinalis L.)." Journal of ethnopharmacology 57.2 (1997): 139-144.

  3. Muley, B. P., S. S. Khadabadi, and N. B. Banarase. "Phytochemical constituents and pharmacological activities of Calendula officinalis Linn (Asteraceae): a review." Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 8.5 (2009).


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