Homemade Calendula Cream for Treating Skin Conditions

Calendula cream is a marvelous remedy to have around the house. It helps treat skin chronic diseases, while at the same time it can be used to nourish your skin and complexion daily. Even though it can easily be purchased in naturist shops, you may also prepare it by yourself at home.

homemade calendula cream

Calendula Cream – Recipe

In order to prepare this remedy at home, you will need calendula dried flowers, olive oil and beeswax. By adding beeswax, this remedy will aim at better hydrating and protecting your skin, treating skin conditions such as acne, irritations, swellings, and redness.


  • 120 ml calendula oil
  • 10 g beeswax


In order to obtain the calendula oil, you will need calendula dried flowers and olive oil. Place the petals in a glass jar, next pour the oil so that it soaks them completely.

Close the jar hermetically and leave it macerate for 3-4 days, in a sunny place; for instance on the window sill. After this time has passed, strain the content using a gauze.

Now, you may use the resulted oil for the preparation of the calendula cream. The recipe is quite simple. Put the calendula oil and the grated beeswax in a bain-marie pot on the simmer. Mix the composition until the beeswax is melted completely.

Take the pot off the fire and stir rapidly until the mixture is completely homogenized. It will cool off really quickly. Pour the obtained composition in a tiny glass jar or in a recipient from a previous cream. Keep the remedy at low temperature.

Therapeutic Indications

Calendula cream can basically be used in treating all kinds of lesions and skin-related problems. It’s a universal remedy in curing several affections, being much more effective than other expensive products you may find on the market. It embodies regenerative, antibacterial and antiseptic properties. Use it in the following situations:

  • Acne, itchiness;
  • Nose crusts;
  • Eczema, dermatitis;
  • Solar protection;
  • Scars and injuries (including serious ones);
  • Cuts;
  • Ulcerous lesions of the breasts;
  • Breast cancer;
  • Burns;
  • Insect stings;
  • Fungus;
  • Frostbites;
  • Warts;
  • Osteoporosis, coast abscesses;
  • Phlebitis;
  • Varicose ulcer;
  • Scabies, mange;
  • Ulcerations;
  • Cancerous tumors;
  • Birth signs;
  • Old age spots;
  • Swellings;

This long list of possible uses of the homemade calendula cream was recommended by Maria Treben, who used this natural ointment in curing various skin related affections.

2 commments

  1. I grow these every year,so I will try this recipe.

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