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Calendula (Calendula officinalis) or commonly known as Pot Marigold. These beautiful sunny yellow and bright orange flowers are a powerful herbal ally. Considered both an annual and perennial depending on the region in which this beautiful flower is grown. The whole fresh plant is typically used for tinctures where the ray petals or whole flower head are typically dried and used in an array of ways from internal healing to external healing.

Calendula is known to be gentle and hydrating with cleansing and detoxifying properties. Calendula is packed full of antioxidants that boosts collagen production & skin hydration. Calendula has also been found to promote cell regeneration while reducing external inflammation. Because Calendula has so many wonderful healing properties for the skin we here at Copper Crescent Botanicals we use Calendula in a variety of our product lines. One of our most popular products is our Solar Infused Calendula Facial Toner. This toner was made with the intention to aid with maturing skin by toning and tightening the skin while promoting new cell growth to combat fine lines while removing free radicals and environmental stressors from the skin’s surface.

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