Nelsons Calendula Cream

There are some products no family bathroom cabinet should be without and the product I’m featuring today is definitely one of those essentials.

Nelsons Calendula Cream (30g, RRP £5.39)* is a multipurpose cream which has been carefully prepared using the purest extracts from the Calendula (Marigold) plant, along with protective Beeswax and nourishing Shea Butter. Due to its exceptional mix of antioxidants Calendula is famed for its multiple skin conditioning properties and it has been used for generations to nurture and restore healthy skin, so it is perfect ingredient for soothing and hydrating dry, rough, chapped or flaky skin and helping to gently repair broken or damaged skin.

The cream is non-greasy, lightweight and rapidly-absorbed making it suitable for even the most sensitive and delicate skin on the face, hands and body. So whether its soothing a baby’s nappy rash, my husbands razor burn, or my chapped hands Nelsons Calendula Cream is the go-to product!

With skin complaints and allergies on the increase many people are becoming concerned about what their products contain, especially if they are planning to use them on their young children and baby’s delicate skin. Rest assured Nelsons Calendula Cream doesn’t contain any artificial colours, fragrances, preservatives, alcohol or mineral oil, so it is highly unlikely to cause any adverse reactions, even on highly sensitive or broken skin. It is therefore a great choice in the treatment of eczema.

Nelsons has been making homeopathic remedies since 1860 and is still a family owned business, so your skin couldn’t be a safer, more knowledgeable hands. Every bathroom cabinet should have a tube of Calendula Cream to treat skin irritations, rashes, grazes or dryness!

You will find Nelsons Calendula Cream in Holland & Barrett stores and most well known pharmacies.

*PR Sample

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