Friday, 3 August 2012

Review / Weleda

I'm a great fan of Weleda products! 
I like their ethical respect for the resources and natural approach in every aspect of the production where only pure natural ingredients are used and artificial preservatives are never used.
  I swear by the Birch Cellulite Oil that I use every night, after bath/shower, on wet skin; lately, I was lucky enough to had the chance to try more from their bodycare line...


Wild Rose Creamy Body Wash*
This body wash can be used both in the bath or in the shower - and the convenient tube is, also, ideal for travelling.
The creamy consistency creates a milky film which nourishes and gently cleanses the skin.
The fragrance is, actually, pretty mild - it's not your typical rose smell: rosehip oil is blended with damask rose which gives it a musky twist.
To be honest, I've been won over by the scent and I want to try the Wild Rose Deodorant, next!
The product is, also, free from synthetic fragrances, colours, preservatives and derives from mineral oils.



Skin Food*
This cream is one of my favourite discovery from this month!
It presents itself like a very thick cream (a bit like nappy rash cream) and performs like a multi-use balm. It has, totally, be a savior for my hands: we've been redecorating/painting walls and my hands were in such a state - dry and flaky from the scrubbing and nasty chemicals. 
Well, I applied Skin Food every night, before bed, and in 2 days I could see an amazing improvement; It, totally, restored the skin on my hands to normal form and replenished my weak cuticles, too.
As I mentioned, this is an all-round product: it can be used on the whole body, wherever you have some dry or rough skin in need of rescue - also perfect as a protective cream in harsh weather.



What's your favourite Weleda' product??


22 comments:

  1. I've never tried any Weleda products, but now I'm really tempted! I love the scent of rose, so I'm going to keep my eye out for the body wash! :) xx

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    1. they are really good quality and natural... definitely worth give them a go! :) xx

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  2. Great review, I will have to check out their products!
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    1. Thanks for visiting and yeah, definitely check Weleda, you can also find it in larger Boots :)

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  3. I've never tried Weleda products before but they sound lovely! Even better that they're ethical xxx

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    1. they are such great quality - i totally reccommend them!! xxx

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  4. I love Weleda products, the creamy body washes are fab! They have so many lovely scents too :) x

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    1. They are fab... and sooo cream... I like that, a little goes a long way too! :) x

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  5. Ooh skin food sounds lovely, I always need a thick balm in winter for dry skin :) x

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    1. you should stock up on skin food before the winter then... its miraculous!!! :) x

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  6. Great review! I love Skin Food. I also love - Wild Rose Facial Oil capsules and Lavender Relaxing Body Oil. I really want to try Citrus Refreshing Bath Milk x

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    1. oh, the citrus bath milk sounds amazing... need to pop it on my wish list too! x

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  7. I've tried a couple of weleda products and really loved them, I like the sound of this body wash too x

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    1. It's a great brand, isn't it? x

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  8. Skin food sounds pretty good, I love a good, thick moisturising product!
    Charlotte

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    1. It's the best of this type of products, in my opinion! :)

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  9. I used to use Weleda stuff yeeears ago but not used anything for a long time. I recently got one their products in a giveaway prize so excited to try them again! xx

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    1. Yeah, they have been around for ages... but I don't think they were always ready available on the high street.. I think boots stock them now too. xx

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  10. Aw, what a lovely post! You’re blog is so sweet! xx
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