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Weleda Calendoron Calendula Cream 25g

Weleda Calendoron Calendula Cream 25g

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Calendoron is a homeopathic medicine traditionally used for the local treatment of superficial and small skin wounds and burns, and minor skin irritations (abrasions, cracks, chapping, crevices, scabs, etc.).

Calendoron cream Weleda is a topical treatment for superficial and small skin wounds and burns, and minor skin irritations. Weleda Calendoron is a homeopathic medicine based on 20% Calendula officinalis mother tincture.

What is Weleda Calendoron Calendula Cream 25g used for?

Calendoron is a homeopathic medicine traditionally used for the local treatment of superficial and small skin wounds and burns, and minor skin irritations (abrasions, cracks, chapping, crevices, scabs, etc.).

You can also order Lehning L89 Calendula homeopathic complex as a complementary treatment for healing wounds and burns.

If you have eye irritation, you can buy Homeoptic Boiron single-dose homeopathic eye drops .

Weleda Calendoron Cream is a homeopathic medicine suitable for adults and children over 6 years old.

How to use Wekeda Calendoron Calendula Cream

  • Gently apply the cream 2 to 4 times a day, on the concerned area carefully cleansed. Massage lightly to penetrate.
  • The duration of treatment should not exceed one week unless otherwise advised by a doctor.

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Composition of Weleda Calendoron Calendula Cream 25g

The active substance is: Calendula officinalis mother tincture 5 g For a 25 g tube.

The component of the formula complies with the monograph of the German Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia.

The other ingredients are: Lanolin, wool fat alcohols, yellow beeswax, sesame oil, purified water.

Precautions for use

  • This medicine contains lanolin and may cause local skin reactions.
  • This medicine contains sesame oil and can induce severe allergic reactions.
  • Calendoron Cream should not be used on mucous membranes, on the eyes or on an open wound or superinfected lesion.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly after each use and avoid contact with eyes.
  • Avoid using this cream if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

Presentation

25g tube

The advice of your expert pharmacist

Burns are lesions of the skin covering caused by contact with a hot source, chemicals, solar radiation or electricity. The severity of a burn depends on its depth (degree of the burn), its extent (as a percentage of the total surface), the area affected, the age of the victim and the agent responsible for the burn. .

For first degree burns , apply a cream that calms the burn, such as Biafine , orCicatryl with 1 application 2 to 3 times a day. For superficial 2nd degree burns , apply a hydrocolloid dressing . You will have to be careful never to puncture the blister yourself.

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