Weight 30 gr/1 oz
Helios Creams are fabulous. They feel luscious and they work like a dream. They have been meticulously produced in the UK by Britain's leading homeopathic pharmacy using only the finest quality organic tinctures and natural plant-based ingredients. The essential oils in this cream have been specifically chosen to enhance the therapeutic effects of the herbal tincture.
Helios's Arnica Cream is prepared from organically grown Arnica with essential oils of Geranium and Lavender.
Traditionally used in the symptomatic treatment of bumps and bruises and injuries to soft tissue, Arnica cream is an essential item for every first aid cabinet.
Arnica is well known as a safe, natural first-aid treatment for bruises, knocks and falls. Many people who know nothing about homeopathy know about and trust Arnica for bruising.
Use Arnica for any injury to soft tissues (typically muscles) where there is bruising and swelling. Sprains and strains often need Arnica in the first day or two to relieve the swelling and acute bruised pains.
Arnica cream is also helpful for sore muscles after exertion, after a workout or gardening etc.
It can also relieve the aching pain of varicose veins.
Massage gently into affected area 2-3 times a day or as required.
- Aqua (purified water)
- Prunus dulcis (sweet almond oil)
- Cetearyl alcohol (naturally derived from coconut fatty alcohol)
- Sorbitan stearate (a compound derived from simple sugars and fatty acids)
- Butyrospermum parkii (sheer butter)
- Sucrose cocoate (a natural soap derived from sugar beets and coconut oil)
- Xanthan gum (plant derived gum thickener) - Tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E)
- Citrus grandis (grapefruit seed extract)
- Daucus carota (wild carrot)
- Organically grown tincture of Arnica
- Geranium and Lavender essential oils
Helios creams have not been tested on animals and do not contain lanolin, artificial preservatives, sodium laurel sulphates or petroleum derivatives. They are suitable for vegetarians and vegans and gentle enough for the most delicate skin.