UNLOCK THE POWER OF PRANA WITH FUSHI FRESH-PRESSED® OILS
In Ayurveda, Prana represents life-force energy and we infuse that philosophy into our products by only using organic oils from this season’s harvest. By using only the freshest ingredients, they maintain their highest prana and life-energy.
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our fresh-pressed® process
Our first step is to ethically source the purest, biodynamically grown ingredients, ensuring they possess maximum potency
To ensure we use the freshest ingredients, we only select from this season’s harvest guaranteeing that nothing is older than three months.
To preserve the precious nutrients, we freshly cold-press the seeds, nuts, and kernels to produce 100% pure and unrefined oil.
Our pure oils are freshly hand-blended and bottled in our London workshop without using any additives or preservatives.
To protect our Fresh-Pressed® oils from any light damage, our oils lovingly packaged in a earth-friendly dark glass bottle with aluminum lids.
100% PURE SWEET ALMOND OIL
Organic, fresh pressed from harvest, food grade, unrefined, cold pressed and preservative free
FULL INGREDIENTS LIST:
Calendula officinalis flores (Marigold flowers), Prunus dulcis (organic unrefined cold pressed Golden Sweet Almond oil). Calendula oil is triple infused for 3 months on a 1:1 ratio of. herb to oil. This provides a guaranteed laboratory tested minimum 4000mg/ltr of Terpenes. Triple infused over a 3 month period. This is a cold-pressed, non-standardised, unrefined, organic, hexane-free and natural oil. Each batch varies and displays a set of unique characteristics.
FREE FROM: Chemicals, preservatives, fragrances or additives.
ORGANIC LICENSE NO: Certified Organic by the Soil Association Licence No: DA22368. EU Organic Certified GB-ORG-05 non-EU agriculture.
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how to apply
1– Apply a few drops of Fushi Fresh–Pressed® Calendula oil to any part of the body and massage gently into circular movements until absorbed.
2– Topical Application: Calendula oil can be applied directly to the skin to soothe and moisturise. Gently massage a small amount of the oil onto the desired area, such as dry or irritated skin, scars, or insect bites. It is often used for its calming and healing properties.
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Calendula oil is gentle and safe for babies and can be used to alleviate diaper rash or dry skin.
WORKS WELL WITH:
• Shea Butter
– helps combat dry skin.
• Bringer Of Peace Body Lotion – gentle for sensitive skin.
Store in a cool dark place. Do not use if the seal is broken.
Store in a cool dark place. Do not use if the seal is broken.
Calendula oil is good for soothing and healing the skin. It can be used to relieve dry, irritated, or sensitive skin, promote wound healing, provide sunburn relief, alleviate diaper rash, and soothe a dry and itchy scalp.
Yes, Calendula oil can be used directly on the skin, When using calendula oil on the skin, it is generally safe for most people, but it's always a good idea to perform a patch test first to check for any allergic reactions or sensitivity. To do a patch test, apply a small amount of calendula oil to a small area of your skin, such as the inside of your forearm. Wait for 24 hours and observe if there are any adverse reactions, such as redness, itching, or irritation. If there are no negative reactions, it is likely safe for you to use on a larger area of your skin.
Calendula oil is often touted for its potential benefits in soothing and calming irritated skin, which can make it a popular choice for individuals with rosacea. However, it's important to note that rosacea is a complex skin condition that can vary in severity and trigger factors from person to person.While some individuals with rosacea may find relief and improvement in their symptoms by using calendula oil, it's not a guarantee that it will work for everyone. In general, when using any new product on rosacea-prone skin, it's important to do a patch test first to ensure you don't have any adverse reactions. Additionally, consider using products with gentle, non-irritating ingredients and avoiding known triggers for rosacea, such as harsh chemicals, fragrances, and excessive heat.Remember, what works for one person may not work for another, so it's best to consult a professional who can assess your individual situation and provide tailored recommendations.
While calendula oil is commonly used for its potential soothing and moisturizing properties, there is limited scientific evidence specifically examining its effectiveness for psoriasis. Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition characterized by inflamed, scaly patches on the skin.While calendula oil may provide some relief for dryness and mild irritation associated with psoriasis, it is not considered a primary treatment for this condition. Medical treatments for psoriasis typically include topical corticosteroids, vitamin D analogs, retinoids, and other prescribed medications.If you have psoriasis or any other skin condition, it is crucial to consult with a dermatologist or healthcare professional who can provide appropriate diagnosis, guidance, and treatment options based on your specific needs. They can recommend the most suitable and evidence-based treatments to manage your psoriasis effectively.
Calendula, also known as marigold, has been used for centuries for its potential benefits in skincare. Calendula has anti-inflammatory properties that may help soothe and calm irritated or inflamed skin. It can be beneficial for conditions such as minor burns, rashes, insect bites, and sunburns. Calendula oil is known for its hydrating properties, which can help moisturize dry or chapped skin. It forms a protective barrier on the skin, helping to retain moisture and prevent water loss. Calendula has been traditionally used to aid in wound healing. It may promote tissue regeneration and assist in the natural healing process of minor cuts, scrapes, and bruises. Calendula is generally considered gentle and well-tolerated, making it suitable for sensitive skin types. However, it's still important to perform a patch test to check for any allergic reactions or sensitivities before applying it to a larger area of the skin.