Weleda Skin Food Review

Kindly Weleda sent me their Skin Food body cream to try out, I am so glad they did as this cream is perfect for this time of year. The cream is for dry and rough skin which is great as this time of year my skin changes and goes super dry in certain areas. Safe to say this cream has helped me out so much. I get dry hands, feet & elbows mainly. I have applied this product to those areas religiously and it really has made a significant difference! This is definitely going to be my saviour this winter.

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About Weleda:

♥ Weleda was introduced in 1926 and is celebrating 90 years as an iconic beauty classic.

♥ Skin Food is the UK’s No.1 skincare product.

♥ A pack of Skin Food is sold every 30 seconds, impressive!

♥ The ingredients are authentically natural.

♥ Skin Food is available in over 4000 outlets in the UK.

♥ Avaliable from, Whole Foods, Waitrose, Ocado, Holland & Barrett, Independant health food stores and pharmacices or buy direct from Weleda.

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About The Product:

♥ Some ingredients include: Calendula, Rosemary, Chamomile & Viola/Heartsease.

♥ To be used several times a day.

♥ Uplifting and refreshing fragrance which is made from pure essential oils.

♥ Smoothing base of organic almond oil, sunflower oil, organic beeswax & the purest hypoallergenic lanolin.

♥ £9.95 for 75ml or £6.95 for 30ml.

I really loved this product. The formula is fairly thick and has a balm like texture and is wonderfully rich. When I put Skin Food on my feet it soaks in so quickly where my feet are severely dry and rough, it just makes my feet feel so smooth and lovely. A little goes a long way with this product which is great too because it means it will probably last that little bit longer as you don’t have to use lots of product! I would 100% recommend this product if you are suffering with dry/rough skin and want a product that is organic too!

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Check out all of Weleda’s products here.

Thanks for reading,

Love from Liv xo

 

 

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