Weleda Skin Food is ideal for very dry skin, areas of tight or cracked skin, or any areas in need of a little extra care. It can be used as a protective cream in harsh weather, and is a great choice if you spend time outdoors; particularly over winter months.
Skin Food is made with organic sunflower seed oil and extracts of wild pansy, chamomile, calendula and rosemary extract to moisturise, sooth and calm. This is a great remedy for dry, tight skin in need of extra help. Enjoy the delicate fragrance of refreshing essential oils including sweet orange and Lavendula.
A little goes a long way, so apply sparingly. This very rich cream is best applied to the face by gently patting on, so as to avoid dragging the skin. Elsewhere on the body, gently smooth into the skin until the cream is absorbed. To deeply nourish hard working, dry hands: apply liberally, cover with gloves and leave overnight.
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Water (Aqua), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Lanolin, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Alcohol, Beeswax (Cera Flava), Glyceryl Linoleate, Hydrolyzed Beeswax, Fragrance (Parfum)*, Viola Tricolor Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Cholesterol, Limonene*, Linalool*, Geraniol*, Citral*, Coumarin*. * from natural essential oils.
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Weleda Skin Food is a luxurious, nourishing cream which is packed full of plant extracts and essential oils.
It is a celebrity and beauty expert favourite, with everyone from Victoria Beckham to Rosie Huntington-Whitely swearing by it.
Weleda launched their Skin Food product back in 1926 and so it has over 90 years of history and heritage.
Weleda Skin Food is made with plant extracts and essential oils.
It contains organic sunflower seed oil as well as extracts of wild pansy, chamomile, calendula and rosemary extract.
These ingredients work together to moisturise, soothe and calm the skin.
The moisturiser gets its delicate fragrance from the refreshing essential oils that it contains. These include sweet orange and lavender oils.
Weleda Skin Food is gentle enough to be used on the delicate skin of your face.
This deep moisturiser can be used as a day or night cream and is ideal for rough or dry skin anywhere on the body, such as the hands, knees and elbows.
It can also be used as a protective cream during harsh weather and is the perfect solution if you like to spend a lot of time outdoors, especially during the winter months, when the colder weather can cause additional drying of the skin.
Weleda Skin Food is cruelty free. None of the ingredients in the formula, or the finished formula are tested on animals.
Weleda Skin Food contains beeswax making it unsuitable for anyone living a vegan lifestyle, however it is suitable for Vegetarians.
When applying to the face, you should gently pat the product on to the skin.
Use as part of your usual skincare routine, following cleansing and toning. Weleda Skin Food can be used as both a day and night cream.
On other areas of your body, gently smooth the cream into your skin until it is fully absorbed.
You can also use Weleda Skin Food as a deeply moisturising treatment for your hands. This is especially useful if you use your hands a lot for work, and when you have been washing them and using hand sanitiser often, as this dries them out.
Simply apply the cream liberally to your hands and pop on some bamboo or cotton gloves. You can leave these on overnight while you sleep.
A little of this goes a long way as this cream is very rich and so you only need to use sparingly.
This means that just one tube of Weleda Skin Food can last a long time, making it a very cost-effective skincare product.