INCI name; Arnica montana Flower Extract, Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil
CAS number 68990-11-4/8001-21-6
Or (depending on stocks)
INCI name; Arnica montana Flower Extract, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet almond) Seed Oil
CAS number 68990-11-4/8007-69
SKU code: MA-CAL-0100
EXTRACTION METHOD Infusion of dried flower heads of Arnica montana in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil or Arnica montana in Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet almond) Oil
PARTS USED: Flowers
ORIGIN: UK / Canada
COMMUN NAMES: Wolf's Bane, Leopard's Bane, Mountain Tobacco, Mountain Arnica
APPEARANCE: Yellow to amber-green coloured liquid
ODOUR NOTE: Characteristic slight odour
STORAGE CONDITION; Store in a cool dark place
COMEDOGENIC (Causes clogging of pores) 0=NO, 1 to 2 = HARDLY, 3 to 4 = YES, 5= VERY
• COMEDOGENIC: 0
• HYDRATING: +
• CICATRIZING: +
• CALMING: +++
• ANTI-INFLAMMATORY: +++
• ANTIOXIDANT: +
dry, sensitive, irritated skins (Rosacea), bumps, bruises, body aches, muscles and joints fatigue, sports preparation, and recuperation.
Arnica macerated oil is traditionally used as a natural body warming care, known for its calming and soothing properties.
Active people and athletes preferred oil, massages with Arnica Oil are known to calm sensitized and aching body areas, by warming and revitalizing muscles and joints.
Arnica is also used to friction local bumps and bruises
Athletes massages, body warming, before and after effort,
Massages soothe pain and help in the healing of bumps, bruises,
Massage tendinitis, localised muscles and joints pains, sprains and strains, torticollis.
In combination with essential oils (Wintergreen, Eucalyptus citriodora, Lavender, Rosemary, or Peppermint), Arnica is a particularly good carrier oil.
DO NOT INGEST.
DO NOT APPLY ON OPEN WOUNDS, CUTS, OR GRAZES.
HEART CONDITIONS: DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE UNDER ANTICOAGULANTS/ANTIPLATELETS THERAPY (INCREASED HAEMORRHAGE RISKS)
FOR ARNICA MACERATED IN SWEET ALMOND oil: DO NOT USE IF YOU ALLERGIC TO SWEET ALMOND OIL.
Keep out of reach of children and pets.
As a general rule, always perform a skin patch test before using any product for the first time.