6.8 Oz Calendula Radiation Burn Relief & Wound Healing Skin Care Cream Plus 2.75 Oz Aluminum-free Calendula Natural Deodorant

$45.99

All Day, All Night, All Natural.

Our popular My Girls Skin Care 6.8 Oz tub now comes with our 2.75 Oz all natural, aluminum-free, refreshing calendula & spearmint deodorant that spreads smoothly over sensitive skin without residue or bactericides and won’t stain your clothes. 

Deodorant ingredients: *Sunflower oil infused with *Calendula, *Coconut, Beeswax, Shea Butter, *Cocoa Butter, Magnesium, Arrowroot, Kaolin clay, Sodium Bicarbonate, Rosemary Spearmint essential oil blend.

Warnings: Caution should be used in individuals having known allergies to plants. For topical use only.

Directions for use: Use daily to control odor naturally.

Key Benefits

  • 100% Paraben, Fragrance, Dye-free, Aluminum-free, Antiperspirant-free
  • Certified organic ingredients * will not irritate sensitive skin
  • Glides on easily without residue, Non-GMO, Non-Staining, No animal testing
  • Natural refreshing chemical-free spearmint scent
  • FREE Shipping included and priority mail service available. 
Availability: In Stock

Reviews

4 out of 5 (based on 3 ratings)
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Calendula Radiation Burn Cream

5/5
This cream was a Godsend to me. I just finished 20 treatments of radiation for breast cancer. This cream was amazing!!! It helped cool my skin and heal my skin. I had blisters all over my breast and this cream helped heal and soothe!! I continue to use it every day. I would be in sad shape if I did not have this cream!!! Thanks so much! Marti Byrne
Posted by Marti Byrne, Apr 8th 2019

Deodorant

3/5
Would be great as a lotion...rubbing the stick on my radiation-burnt and friable skin makes it a no-go.
Posted by Angel, Mar 16th 2019

Calendula Skin Care Cream

5/5
I have been using this cream during breast radiation 4 to 6 times a day. My doctor and nurse have been very impressed at how good my skin looks after 14 treatments out of 20 so far. The creaming has a cooling effect, is not greasy and absorbs well. Although I do have radiation dermatitis, apparently it is not bad according to the professionals.
Posted by Denise Schnettler, Mar 11th 2019