As a bath oil: add about one tablespoon of oil to warm bath water. Take care to wash the bath thoroughly after use and to use a anti-slip bath mat as calendula oil can stain and the oils can make the bath slippery.
As a body oil: apply the oil liberally to any part of the body, face or hands as often as you need to throughout the day. Bath & Body Oil is particularly effective as an emollient when used during or immediately after bathing: apply the oil to skin that has been patted dry but is still a little damp to lock in moisture and keep skin soft and smooth.
As a facial cleansing oil: tip a small amount of oil - about the size of a fifty pence piece – into your palm and massage it carefully into your face, very gently working it into the areas around the eyes to loosen make-up. Can be left on for a couple of minutes if needed, especially if it’s tackling thick mascara! Then remove with either a warm, wet washcloth or warm, damp cotton wool.
As a massage oil: pour oil into clean hands, warm up between your palms and massage onto skin. (Suitable for adults or babies over 6 weeks.)
Be careful not to use on exposed skin in very bright, very hot sunshine as this all-natural product does not have an SPF and there might be a risk of burning due to the high oil content. In those circumstances, it’s best to apply the oil in the evening and leave to work overnight.