Marmot Oil Ointment
This ointment has been used by the inhabitants of mountain regions for many generations. The components of marmot oil mainly have anti-inflammatory and antipruritic effects. The nurturing ointment is excellent for providing a feeling of revitalisation after doing sports and also protects the skin from dehydration.
Perfect for rubbing in:
- to revitalise strained joints and muscles
- to strengthen in cases of exhaustion and over-exertion
- against tension in the shoulders, neck and back
- to invigorate after athletic activity
Recommended use and advice:
Apply to effected area and vigorously massage in. Can be used as needed, also more than once daily.
Due to the continual development of the products and in response to new scientific findings and legal requirements there can be changes in the ingredients listed on the products. The exact mixture can always be found on the outer packaging of the product.
Marmot oil has a high concentration of natural cortison and excellent anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. When used regularly marmot oil has a positive influence on the musculoskeletal system.
Menthol is the essential oil which comes from the peppermint plant. Menthol stimulates the circulation and also has cooling and refreshing effects.
Bees wax regulates the consistency of the material during the formation process and is used as an emulsifying agent. As a natural product, bees wax also has skin conditioning and protecting qualities.
The marigold belongs to the family of the composite flowers or Asteraceae, it originated in Northwest Africa. Today it is widespread throughout Europe and is used as an ornamental plant in many gardens. But it is also cultivated as a medicinal plant. The marigold is particularly helpful in treating injured, irritated, sensitive and inflamed skin.
In combination with collagen, this protein is responsible for the elasticity of the skin. Not only due to aging, but also through environmental influences or excessive sunbathing collagen levels are reduced and this leads to a decrease in elasticity. When applied externally, elastin gives the skin superficial strength.