2 tsp. Bees Wax. Or Paraffin Over Low Heat Bring Calendula Oil to 150 degrees.
Remove from Heat, Immediately Add Beeswax or Paraffin to Calendula Oil.
Wax Melting Point of 140 degrees.
Pour into Lip Balm Tins, Small Jars, Or Any Desired container. Cool and Cap.
For Long Hair Dogs, Trim The Hair Between Their Toes. Snow Collects On The Hair and Forms Snow Ice Between Their Toes. The Pain It Causes Between Their Toes Brings Them To A Complete Stop. They Try Pulling The Snow Ice Out With Their Teeth. It is Disruptive and Painful for Them. Momentum and Your Joy Begin To Dwindle. I have Pulled the Snow Balls Out With My Bare Hands...They Collect Again.
Protect Their Paws With Pet Paw Salve.
The Perfect Pet Paw Glove
For A Snowy Day.
Calendula flowers (Calendula officinalis) infused in oil is one of the most effective topical oils. Contains salicylic acid, carotene, and bioflavonoids. It is a superior baby oil, as a prevention for rashes and to soothe diaper irritations. The nurturing properties are exceptional for those with sensitive skin. Calendula also reduces swelling and bruises, is an antiseptic, mends and cleanses wounds, soothes burns, and is helpful for sunburn. An, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic comforts and soothes bed sores, broken, varicose veins, broken capillaries, and inflamed gums. Calendula oil proliferates skin repair.
It is a popular body oil, praised for its quick recovery time on dry, sun damaged, chapped and cracked skin. The Calendula will also benefit slow healing wounds, protects open wounds from bacterial overgrowth and infection.
The astringency helps to draw the wound together rapidly, reducing the risk of scar tissue. Specific for swelling, redness, inflammation, and pus. The soothing properties works well on sunburned skin, draws the fire out and protects skin cells.