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Boiron USA Calendula Cream Review and Giveaway!

Hi Neighbors!

A beautiful day out At the Fence! My son is out mowing a friends lawn, we are catching up on laundry, and just doing some general cleaning. I saw you out here and thought I would run out and share this Calendula Cream by Boiron USA. My husband has some really dry spots on his elbows, so he was the first to try the cream. He has been using the Calendula Cream for a short time now. (Not as regular as he could, but still using it.) It seems to be helping. Then my 9 year old has had a few dry spots we have been applying it to also. It comes in a tube and goes on like a lotion. It is not greasy feeling.

Calendula Cream is recommended:

"For minor burns, first run cool water on the burn and dry. For scrapes and skin irritation, first cleanse the area with mild soap, rinse and dry. Then apply a thin layer of Calendula Cream to affected area 3 times a day or as needed."

Boiron carries many other homeopathic products. They have more than 800 medicines approved by the Homeopathic Pharmcopoeia of United States (HPUS).

From Boiron:

"Homeopathic medicines are one of the safest
choices for self-treatment. They have no known
side effects including drowsiness. Nor do they interact
with other medication or contraindicate pre-existing

Additionally, because homeopathic medicines do
not mask symptoms, doctors and patients can easily
detect and respond to symptoms of serious illnesses
should they arise. For these reasons, homeopathic
medicines are an ideal first choice for parents,
children, seniors, busy professionals, drivers,
equipment operators, athletes, and others."

Boiron USA sent me 2 tubes of the Calendula Cream and one of them to be sent to the winner of this giveaway.

Mandatory Entry:Visit the Boiron USA website and in a comment let me know what other product of theirs you might like to try sometime. You do not have to be a blogger to enter, but you must leave a valid email where you can be reached should you win this giveaway. This giveaway will end 8/30 at 11:59 pm CST. The winner will be chosen using and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond.

Extra Entries:

1. Become a neighbor ( follower). Leave a comment to let me know that you did/ do. 1 entry

2. Subscribe to At the Fence. Leave a comment to let me know that you did/ do. 1 entry

3. Tell me in a comment if you have ever tried Calendula Cream before. 1 entry

4. Tweet about this giveaway. Leave a comment with the link. 1 tweet per day. 1 comment per day.

5. Do a post regarding this giveaway. Leave a comment with a link. 2 entries, so 2 comments.

6. Enter one of my other giveaways and in a comment let me know which one. Only active giveaways, and only one comment. 1 entry

Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I did receive the Calendula Cream for review purposes. All quotes are from the Boiron USA website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.

Comments said…
I love this brand. That teething medicine I use for Mary Bethany comes from them and it works AWESOME! I would love to also try some of their homeopathic medicine for a variety of things. said…
I've never used this type of cream but am willing to try it on some problem spots I have on my fingers. said…
I am a follower. said…
I am a subscriber.
I'd love to try their teething medicine!
Anonymous said…
I'm leaving for England in September, so I'd love to try their jetlag care kit! I have terrible jetlag every time I fly over the Atlantic.

ailanna at hotmail dot com
Anonymous said…
I'm a neighbor (Jennifer Mo).

ailanna at hotmail dot com
Anonymous said…
I haven't tried calendula cream before, but calendula is an ingredient in a Weleda product I like.

ailanna at hotmail dot com
Anne said…
I would like the jet lag kit
~ said…
I would like to try the calendula ointment.
~ said…
I am a neighbor:)
~ said…
Yes, I have tried calendula cream before.
It is very good for the skin:)
rose red said…
Boiron makes excellent Arnica Cream for sore muscles. I use it after working in the garden.

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com
rose red said…
Follower on Google Friend Connect (Ally)

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com
rose red said…
Email subscriber

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com
rose red said…
No, I have not yet tried Calendula Cream but have been wanting to so thanks for the chance!

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com
rose red said…
Entered KYjen Dog Toy giveaway

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com
~ said…
I entered the Seventh Generation giveaway.
~ said…
I entered the Boiron Calendula giveaway.
Lauren: said…
I'd like to try the allergy care kit, too.
Mary Preston said…
I would like to try the Homeodent Anise Toothpaste.
I'd like to try the Arnica gel.
sarah.robot at gmail dot com
I have never used Calendula cream before but i have a friend who swears by it
sarah.robot at gmail dot com

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