The creamy soft, extremely mild Logona Calendula Baby Body Lotion is another excellent option for the head-to-toe care of your baby. It spreads easily, and absorbs quickly. Especially after the daily bath,
its application gives your little one an extra serving of warming, protective care. Logona Approach to BabycareLogona began making baby products more than 25 years ago as young adults with babies of our own. That personal, parental perspective has never left us as we have continually refined and improved upon our products over the years. We use only the most carefully selected natural ingredients, universally recognized for their gentleness, which soothe, protect, and care for tender skin. Logona formulates baby products not only to protect and care for your babys skin, but also to deliver the extras" - the love, warmth, and sense of security your baby constantly needs. This holistic approach extends far beyond just "cleaning and creaming."Logona Babycare Fundamentals+ use only pure, certified organically grown oils and herbs+ use calendula extract as the herbal base of each product+ clinically test each product to ensure maximum skin compatibility- avoid synthetic colors, fragrances, and preservatives.Traditions around the calendulaHe loves me, he loves me not
quite everyone has once tried to find out which feelings the adored one really has by plucking flower leaves. This "oraculating" with bright-yellow, up to 4 centimetres wide flower heads of calendula is not at all an invention of our times. Already a thousand years ago, the ancient Germans worshiped calendula as a holy plant of goddess Freya by putting the plant into the centre of many love rituals. A salve made of calendula, honey, vinegar and summer herbs was expected - together with proper payers - to conjure up wonderful dreams of the big love. If one wanted more security, calendula seed was thrown onto the footprints of the loved one. If a calendula plant grew from one of these seeds this love would last forever, people believed. The farmers had a more practical interest in calendula: they used the plant to predict weather. If the flower heads were open around 6 oclock, a sunny day was expected, but if they were still closed at 7, people expected rain. Scientists of the Old and Middle Ages again used the calendula plant as a treatment for a variety of illnesses. While in those days the plants juices were predominantly used for inner application, the plants extracts are mostly used today for external application. The name Calendula stems from the Latin kalendae, meaning first day of the month, presumably because pot marigolds are in bloom at the start of most months of the year. The common name marigold probably refers to the Virgin Mary, or its old Saxon name 'ymbglidegold', which means 'it turns with the sun'.The latin name calendula officinalis tells that the plant is considered an official healing or medical plant. Officina has been the term for pharmacy since the late Middle Ages. Especially naturopaths trust in the plants abilities. The plant can not do wonders, but its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of calendulas flowers are undoubted. Due to their caring and calming effect on skin, calendula is an ingredient of many crèmes in natural cosmetics. Today, calendula is not only considered to be a classical healing plant of the past, but also as one of the most important healing plants of our times.