Calendula flowers are the perfect emblems of summer. Their sunny blooms not only look lovely in the garden, they’re also useful for addressing summertime skin woes like sunburn and bug bites. But calendula benefits don’t stop there. Learn more about its uses and how to grow your own.
No matter what you call it, calendula—Mary’s gold, pot marigold or poor man’s saffron—offers a goldmine of skin benefits. Find out how this flower was used historically and what it can do for you today.
Calendula officinalis is a genus of plant, also known as pot marigold or scotch marigold. Aside from being a beautiful orange-yellow flower, calendula can do many things for your skin and body.
There are so many baby lotions out there–so how do you choose which one is right for your bundle of joy? Try these solutions for five common skincare needs.