Active phytocomplex made with calendula, mallow, althaea, oats and bisabolol.

Phytocosmetic preparation with a strong soothing and emollient action with an active phytocomplex made with calendula, mallow, althaea, oats and bisabolol. Calendula and oats, due to their anti-inflammatory, anti-reddening and anti-itch properties, are valid for the treatment of minor skin inflammations and as adjuvants in the healing of minor wounds. Mallow, historically called omniamorba, a remedy for all ills, and althaea, also called bismalva, or twice mallow, due to the great effectiveness of its active ingredients, perform a calming and emollient action. Bisabolol completes the spectrum of action with its softening, healing and antibacterial properties.



Phytocosmetic preparation with soothing and emollient action; relieves itching and irritation.

How to use
Topical treatment:localized skin application.
Hot or cold poultice:localized application covered with gauze soaked in hot or cold water.

After application, amplify the action of the treatment with cherry stone pillows Power plus or Power plus Mini for a hot or cold thermal action.

For more details on indications and interactions with other phytocosmetics and methods of use, click on the button below.

Helianthus annuus seed oil, ricinus communis seed oil, hydrogenated castor oil, parfum, calendula officinalis flower extract, malva sylvestris flower/leaf extract, althaea officinalis root extract, avena sativa kernel extract, bisabolol, tocopherol.


Additional information

Active raw materials:

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