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Martin and Pleasance Calendula Cream

Martin and Pleasance Calendula Cream


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Product Name Price Qty
Martin and Pleasance Calendula Cream 75g Tube
NZD $12.50
Martin and Pleasance Calendula Cream 100g Jar
NZD $14.50
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  • Classification
  • Homeopathic


Calendula is a gentle antiseptic for inflammation of cuts, bruises, burns (including sunburn) or scalds. May assist with nappy rash.


Aqueaous cream is a light, easily absorbed water based cream with no animal products.

Martin and Pleasance Calendula Cream Benefits
- For temporary relief of inflammation, minor wounds, scalds and nappy rash.

Each 100g contains 10ml of Calendula officinalis extract (1:5) Equiv. dry flower 20mg/g in an aqueous cream base. Also contains Antimicrobial Agent Phenoxyethanol 1% W/W. Contains ethanol.
For external use only. Seek professional advice if symptoms persist. Arnica is not for use on broken skin.

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Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label carefully and use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects please consult your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare professional. Vitamins are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet.