Made in France, Naturally-derived, Vegan
A recognized anti-inflammatory agent, macerated arnica oil is frequently used to soothe bruises.
Macerated arnica oil is suitable for all skin types. It's especially useful for targeted skin concerns.
You can apply arnica oil to treat bruises, inflammations, and areas that are in pain.
If your legs feel heavy, you can also use arnica oil to offer relief.
It is also highly appreciated in massage oils after physical exertion or to relieve aches and pains.
These facts are shared for informational purposes only. Typology doesn't claim to offer medical advice. To learn more therapeutic uses of this ingredient, please consult your physician.
Properties of macerated arnica oil
Macerated arnica oil is known for its anti-inflammatory action.
It also promotes circulation and soothes the skin.
Its rich abundance in antioxidants makes arnica a potent active repairing agent, fighting against skin ageing.
INCI name: Arnica Montana (Arnica) Flower extract flower & Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) seed oil
Appearance: Oily mobile liquid.
Colour: Greenish yellow to yellow-brown
Density: 0,910 - 0,925
Botanical oils are sensitive to oxidation. We recommend storing them in a cool, dark place and keeping them sealed in their existing airtight amber bottle.
Our macerated oil has been infused with dried arnica flowers in sunflower oil, grown and harvested in the UK.
Arnica flowers, cultivated in mountainous regions, have long been used in the treatment of muscular tension and painful bruises.
Characteristics of arnica oil macerate
Arnica flowers, cultivated in mountainous regions, have been used for thousands of years in the treatment of muscular blows and tension.
Botanical name : Arnica Montana Flower extract flower & Helianthus Annuus seed oil
Appearance : yellow to brown
oily liquid Odor : characteristic of arnica
COMPLETE INGREDIENT LIST
INGREDIENT: Arnica Montana Flower extract flower & Helianthus Annuus seed oil.
100% of ingredients of natural origin.
Traité d'aromathérapie scientifique et médicale - Les huiles essentielles de Michel Faucon
Le guide terre vivante des huiles essentielles - Dr Françoise Couic Marinier
This information is only indicative and taken from reference publications in aromatherapy. It does not engage the responsibility of Typology or constitute medical information. For any therapeutic use, please consult a doctor.
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