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10/26/2010 11:47:24 AM
Product Spotlight: Rosemary Hair Oil
In all the years I’ve been using Weleda products, the small, green bottle containing Rosemary Hair Oil never found its way into my shopping bag—until recently. Once I discovered it, I fell in love with yet another Weleda product! Here’s how it happened: when I came to New York two months ago, I felt that my hair wasn’t looking its best—it had lost its luster, and didn’t make me happy at all. A colleague at Weleda suggested I try Rosemary Hair Oil. Only days after first using the oil (I applied a couple of drops to my hair and scalp before bed and washed it out the next morning), my hair felt softer and looked...
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10/14/2010 1:37:07 PM
Ingredient Spotlight: Organic Sweet Almond Oil
The taste of sweet almond stirs up all kinds of memories; it makes me think of fall, of long walks in the park, colored leaves, a cup of tea, of a cozy fireplace and the taste of homemade cookies. Definitely, the almond is fall’s child. Weleda’s organic sweet almond is grown in the hills of a Valencian community close to Alicante, Spain. In this warm climate, the almond trees are pampered by sunshine all year long. In spring, the sweet almond trees blossom, in shades of white and pink, and by fall, when it’s starting to get colder outside, the sweet almond nuts are shaken from the trees and left on the ground to dry. Before winter...
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8/25/2010 6:53:07 PM
Video: Beauty Do's and Don'ts
Our best-selling Skin Food moisturizer was recently featured in a segment on ABC's Good Morning America Health, called "Beauty Do's and Don'ts: Simple Tips Everyone Should Incorporate into their Beauty Regimen." Dr. Susan Evans, a dermatologist in Beverly Hills, tells you which ingredients to look out for and which to avoid when you're shopping for skin care products. Natural oils, she says, are better for your skin and your health than ingredients that are derived from petroleum, and they moisturize just as well. Skin Food is such a wonderful, do-it-all moisturizer, you can even use it on your lips, and you won't have to worry about ingesting...
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Categories: Ingredients, Tips & Tricks