Comfrey + Calendula Face Oil
Sunny, bright calendula promotes the repair of tissues– scars, rashes, acne, abrasions or inflammation.
In European folk medicine the flowers were also collected as they bloomed and saved to throw into soups through fall and winter. Drinking this fortifying tea would help protect against the colds and flus that were blamed on the dreaded Windy Draft.
Comfrey’s Latin name comes from the Greek word symphyo, meaning “to unite.” We find comfrey in texts going back thousands of years, all saying the same thing: it knits bones and wounds back together astonishingly quickly. Don't use the oil over a wound that isn’t clean because skin can grow right over it overnight.
While it has a history of being collected alongside battlefields and used to heal the broken bones and deep wounds of warfare, it’s also unparalleled as an herb for issues of the skin. It calms and normalizes skin conditions, reducing inflammation and redness and softening and evening skin tone.
The grapeseed oil base is mildly astringent, making for a light, non-greasy feel.
grapeseed oil, comfrey, calendula flowers
This face oil is made with whole plants, not just their essential oils. This results in a much milder smelling oil with a wider range of benefits.
The plants are either certified organic, ethically wildcrafted by me, or homegrown with love and without chemicals.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
returns cannot be accepted due to the small size of my operation and the nature of my products. Read the ingredients and test the product on a small patch of skin first. That said, if you are unhappy, let me know and I will try my best to help.
2 oz / 59 ml glass bottle
keep bottle away from direct sunlight and heat
Which face oil is right for you?
If you’re struggling to choose between face oils use this guide to help you decide which ones will best suit your needs.
This oil was made with a process Anikó perfected over five years of experimentation. Far more of the plants’ constituents have been extracted for an oil that’s more aromatic and potent than a typical infused oil. In short, it's more lush and more effective.
What if I have oily skin?
Oil can be used for any skin type as a moisturizer or cleanser without leaving you feeling greasy. It's just a matter of choosing the right oil and using the right amount.
Conventional chemical-filled cleansers and moisturizers easily interfere with our bodies' production and regulation of sebum, often exacerbating skin conditions and leaving us either extra dry and flaky or particularly greasy and acne prone.