Calendula Cellular Extract

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Often referred to as ‘marigolds’, these vibrant flowers have a long history of use for helping relieve reactive skin and calm inflammation. Now, with a new understanding of the natural water-soluble molecules available, this delicate flower offers potential sources of antioxidants, inflammation reduction, radiance promoting and age lines.

Calendula Cellular Extract delivers natural molecules in a water-soluble liquid matrix, including amino acids, phenolic acids, rutin, isorhamnetin and terpinoids.

INCI: Calendula officinalis Flower Extract
Ingredients: Glycerine, Water, Calendula officinalis Flower Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate
Phyto-compounds*: Nucleotides, Amino acids, Phenolics, Flavone glycoside, Isohamnetin, Rutin, Terpenoids. 
Potential applications: Natural/Organic brands, Premature Aging, Hair care, Anti-inflammatory, Acne care, Under eye care, Serums, Skin care, Active mists/toners. 
Usage: Up to 5% added at end/during cool-down phase 
Temperature: <40⁰C
Solubility: Water Soluble
Palm Free: Yes
Vegan: Yes
Tested on animals: No
Contains GMO: No
Country of origin: Australia


Cellular Extraction

Delivering “true to nature” hydrophilic plant profiles. Cellular Extraction harnesses the species’ water-soluble blueprint of phyto-compounds and their derivatives (the entourage), in their synergistic relationships, as they exist in the cell. Extracted rapidly under high pressure, this unique process maintain the molecules’ natural integrity. Committed to conscious manufacturing, Cellular Extracts are created using purified, deionised, rain-harvested water and less plant material than past processes to produce a natural extract, that is eco-sustainable, traceable to source, transparent in composition – delivering the brilliance of nature.

This extract is manufactured in Australia by Native Extracts. Learn more about this amazing company here.

*Independently identified and verified by Plant Sciences Analytical Services, Southern Cross University New South Wales, Australia.