Calendula is a remedy for nearly all skin complaints. Its uses range from basic first aid to soothing diaper rash to moisturizing cuticles. Calendula oil is derived from the drying of the sunny calendula flower, and the infusion into a rich sweet almond carrier oil. Once infused its healing properties are readily accessed. Traditional herbalist have used calendula in an array of applications for its anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antimicrobial, antiseptic properties. Calendula promotes wound healing and stimulates tissue and collagen production which makes it an excellent topical treatment for cuts, scapes, burns and insect bites, while protecting or fighting off infection. Calendula has also been effective at easing muscle spasms and strained muscles. Beeswax compliments the efforts of calendula as it posses its own powerful antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties as well as its ability to create a protective wall by sealing in moisture without clogging pores. Vitamin e and lavender both aid in additional soothing and healing, gentle enough for any ailment, at any age.