May, June, July.
Commonly known as:
Arnica Montana (Arnica) Flower Extract (I.N.C.), Arnica flower extract, Alpine plantain, Falling herb, Mountain tobacco, Poor man's quince, Vosges betony.
Mountainous regions of Europe (from the south of Norway and Latvia to the south of Portugal).
Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, healing, relaxing, circulatory, soothing, emollient, fragrant, antioxidant.
Arnica Montana L.
Maceration of the dried flowers of arnica during 14 days in vegetable oil of sunflower.
Polyunsaturated essential fatty acids (linoleic acid), monounsaturated essential fatty acids (oleic acid), saturated essential fatty acids (stearic acid, palmitic acid), carotenoids, sesquiterpene lactones (helenaline, arnifoline, arnicolides, etc...), phytosterols (sitosterol, lactucerol, etc...), coumarins.
Quality: 100% of natural ingredients; Density = 0,910 - 0,925; Lipophilic (soluble in oil); Oxidative potential: Sensitive; Comedogenic index = 0; Saponification index = 188 - 194.
Appearance: Oily liquid; Color: Yellow to brown; Odor: Floral, slightly bitter; Touch: Dry.
Part of the plant extracted:
All skin types and particularly irritated skin or skin prone to redness and dull skin. Also recommended for sensations of heavy legs, aches and pains (muscle tension) and haematomas.