Organic Calendula Oil


A symbol of softness, the Calendula (aka Marigold) Oil is recognised for its anti-inflammatory, soothing, nourishing and repairing benefits. This non-comedogenic oil can be used to soothe sensitive or inflamed skin, as well as to relieve sunburn.

Refills or purchases by volume are available at both our Beauty Kitchen @ Lavender, as well as Provision Shop @ Joo Chiat.


This Calendula Oil has been produced by a month-long infusion of Organic Marigold flowers in a base of organic Sunflower oil.

Heals woundsTopical application of Calendula helps to keep wounds clean and encourage the growth of new tissue

Hydrates and Nourishes Skin - Rich in Vitamin E, this oil nourishes and repairs dry, irritated and inflamed skin conditions. 

Slows signs of ageing - Protect against oxidative stress with its rich composition of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds 

Skin Type

Ideal for all skin types, even newborns. Especially beneficial for dry, sensitive, irritated and sunburnt skin. 


Suitable for daily use on as a body massage oil. 

As a body moisturiser: Apply generously all over the body, concentrating on the dry areas of the skin such as nail cuticles, elbows, legs and heels of the feet. 

As a facial supplement: Add 1 - 2 drops into your moisturiser and apply onto your face and neck. 

Our Source

Our Calendula Macerated Oil is certified organic (Cosmos Organic) and 100% natural. This product is obtained by maceration of the flowers in organic Sunflower oil. 

This carrier oil does not contain any added fragrances nor essential oils, and is safe for use during pregnancy. 

Comedogenic Rating

Comedogenic Rating: 0

The comedogenic rating simply measures how likely a facial oil will clog your pores. It ranges from 0 (little or no chance of clogging) to 5 (rich and high likelihood of clogging). Anyone who is acne-prone should avoid highly comedogenic oils, while those with drier skin types will need the extra richness from oils towards the middle of the scale to bring moisture to their skin barrier. 

As with all products you are using for the first time, it is advisable to do a patch test to check for allergies.

  1. Apply a small amount of oil into the inside of your forearm.
  2. Cover the area with a bandage and leave it alone.
  3. Check the area again in 24 hours. If you don’t see any redness, swelling, or other irritation, the product should be safe to use. You may now add the oil to your routine.

Organic Helianthus Annuus (SunflowerSeed Oil, Organic Calendula Officinalis (Marigold) Flowers. 

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