Calendula is one of the most beneficial herbs you can use for various ailments. This anti-fungal, antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory herb has been used for tea or tincture to reduce inflammation of the digestive system. It has also been used as a lotion, salve, ointment herbal bath to treat skin issues such as burn, inflammation, cuts, scrapes, bruises, bee stings, minor wounds, diaper rashes, conjunctivitis, eczema, athlete’s foot and acne, among others.
I’ve found a great recipe from FrugallySustainable that uses calendula-infused oil and Calendula-infused distilled water as basic ingredients to make an extraordinary calendula lotion. Aside from calendula-infused oil and Calendula-infused distilled water, it also make use the powerful health benefits of beeswax, vegetable glycerin, witch hazel, and have an option to use grapefruit seed extract and lavender essential oils.
The end product of this calendula lotion recipe can be used to moisturize the skin, heal skin ailments and other disorders. And the good thing of this is, this lotion recipe is cost-effective than buying commercial one.
If you would like to start making your own calendula lotion today, check out the link below to see the exact guide and tips on using it for effective results.