Since 1921, Weleda has been committed to creating sustainable and environmentally friendly, fair trade cosmetics derived from natural ingredients. As someone who is always striving to use more eco-friendly products, I was excited to learn that Weleda uses Biodynamic® cultivation, a holistic, ecological and ethical approach to farming, gardening, food and nutrition. All Weleda products are free of synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colorants, and raw materials derived from mineral oils. Weleda is also one of the earliest signatories to the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics Pact.
Weleda’s Quality Standards:
- No Parabens or Phthalates
- Fair Trade
- No GMOs
- No Animal Testing
- No Synthetic Fragrances or Colors
- No Petroleum-Derived Ingredients
- No Irradiation of End Product
- No Endocrine Disruptors
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Oat Replenishing Treatment
This oat replenishing treatment is ideal for those who use heat, or for those who have dry, thirsty hair. The combination of organic sea buckthorn oil and organic shea butter protect the hair from damage, nourishes the scalp, and adds an extra dose of moisture. It also contains coconut oil, which is great for added shine. Use this in place of your regular deep conditioner.
Skin Food is a whole-body cream that is rich in vitamin E and sunflower seed oil. Additionally, it contains rosemary leaf, which has antiseptic properties that soothe the skin. If you suffer from eczema, this may be a good solution. This cream contains pansy extract, an ingredient often used to treat eczema and acne. I use this on my elbows and heels which makes them extra soft. Can’t be caught slippin’, right?
Lavender Relaxing Body Oil
A few drops of Lavender Relaxing Body Oil is the perfect addition to any bath. I personally love applying body oils to damp skin whenever I step out of the shower. Not only is the smell pleasant and calming, but the sweet almond oil and sesame seed oil quickly deliver essential fatty acids to your skin without leaving a greasy residue. This is a great for oil for massages.
*Note: The Oat Replenishing Treatment and Lavender Relaxing Body Oil are vegan. The Skin Food is vegetarian friendly, but not vegan friendly as it contains beeswax.
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