Product details:Calendula oil, 100% pure, natural
Country of origin:Guangxi,China
Method of extraction:Infused
Part of the plant used:Flowers
Crop season:All Year
Constituents:Triterpene saponins (oleanolic acid glycosides), triterpene alcohols (α-, β-amyrins, faradiol), and flavonoids (quercetin and isorhamnetin).
Calendula oil or Marigold oil is made by infusing the flowers in a carrier oil (such as olive oil or coconut oil). Native to Asia, Western Europe, and the Mediterranean, the oil has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that are beneficial for the skin.
How Calendula Oil Is Extracted?
Manufacturers make the calendula oil by taking dried calendula petals or flowers and infusing them in one of a number of oils, such as jojoba or olive. There are a few different specific approaches here; generally, the longer you leave the flowers to sit in the oil, the more effective the extraction process will be. However, if you’re making your own oil and you’re not willing to wait several weeks for it, you might prefer a quicker option.
Benefits of Pure Marigold Flower Oil
1. Calendula oil may heal the skin from minor burns and injuries and regenerates new skin cells.
2. Many skin ailments are associated with inflammation, and calendula oil may promote healing by reducing inflammation.
3. Calendula oil may slow premature aging and wrinkles, and it will make your skin glow.
4.Calendula oil may hydrate the skin and locks in moisture to reduce dry skin.