To Use: Apply liberally to the burned or sunburned area, If burns are severe seek medical attention.
Ingredients: Lavender, St John’s Wort, Calendula, and Echinacea infused olive oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E, Lavender essential oil.
Lavender: Most commonly known for its fragrance and its effects on the body. The fragrance is calming, relaxing and balancing – physically and mentally. Lavender does wonders to keep the skin looking young and supple. It’s also known as a long-time remedy that’s soothing to minor skin irritations and has been used for thousands of years to naturally treat burns. Lavender oil removes the sting and heat from the burn and can help prevent the skin’s blistering.
St John’s Wort: St. John’s wort oil is an amazing home remedy for minor burns. It soothes the pain caused by burns and accelerates the healing process. This can often prevent blistering of the skin and minimize or eliminate scaring. The trick is to apply it to the burn right after you burn yourself. St. John’s wort oil is anti-inflammatory, so it reduces the redness and inflammation that can contribute to a scar helping to reduce the scarring.
Calendula: Is widely used in this capacity because of its soothing anti-inflammatory and vulnerary (tissue healing) qualities. Calendula is an external remedy for practically every manner of skin complaints: rashes, stings, wounds, burns, sunburns, abrasions, swellings, eczema, acne, etc… Calendula has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being a strong antiseptic and astringent. Calendula is used in salves to treat minor skin problems, such as rashes, diaper rash, minor burns, acne, and eczema. The herb stimulates the production of collagen at wound sites and minimizes scarring.
Echinacea (E.purpurea): Echinacea contains flavonoids and polysaccharides that help stimulate the body’s immune system. The benefits of Echinacea have been known to man for more than 400 years. Originating in the plains of North America, Echinacea was used in various ways by the indigenous Indians, from external applications on wounds, burns, and poisonous bites. Echinacea wasn’t introduced to Europe until the 20th century, but today it is widely cultivated for its beneficial health properties found in herbal supplements worldwide. One of the properties it has is wounds, skin regeneration and skin infections which makes it great for helping in healing burns.
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