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New Formula! Calendula Extract: Traditionally, Calendula has been used to sooth sensitive or irritated skin. This plant is also used as a rinse to lighten hair or for blonde hair shampoos. Externally, infusions of Calendula are also antiseptic, rumored to disinfect minor wounds and treat infections. Suggested usage rates: 4 - 7% in liquid soap, cremes, hair products, melt and pour and CP soap.

Botanical Name:  Caprylic Triglyceride, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract
Common Name:  Fractionated Coconut Oil, Calendula Extract 


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by Carrie
on 9/17/2015
I love this!
I made a hair serum with this and its amazing! I also have added it to my regular recipe in my cp. I just love you guys!!!! Good vibes all around!!!
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by Anna
on 1/19/2015
Wonderful extract
I use this in my calendula soap, and it's one of my best sellers! I add it in after trace with no problems. One friend said my soap cleared up a problematic, dry patch of skin!
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by MJ
on 5/4/2014
When formulating my recipe to use extracts, do I measure them as an additive and add them at trace, or do I add them into a lye calculator as fractionated coconut oil (caprylic triglyceride) and use as one of my oils?
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