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Almond Soothing Facial Oil

Nourishes and moisturizes to soothe sensitive skin

1.7 FL OZ (50ml) | Price: US$25.50

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Almond Soothing Facial Oil

How to use

Use as an intensive treatment in combination with the Almond Soothing Facial Lotion or Almond Soothing Facial Cream or as a soothing, moisturizing treatment on its own. Pour a few drops of Almond Soothing Facial Oil into the palm of your hand and apply to clean, slightly moist skin. For a restorative intensive treatment for dry skin, massage a small amount into the skin with the fingertips in the evening. To remove eye makeup, apply a few drops to a damp cotton pad and gently wipe over the eye area.

Nourishes and moisturizes to soothe sensitive skin

Weleda Almond Soothing Facial Oil restores skin's healthy balance and moisturizes to soothe irritated skin.

Almond Soothing Facial Oil contains organic blackthorn flower extract, high in skin-toning tannins and vitamin C, to strengthen skin and supports its healthy functions. Organic sweet almond oil and plum kernel oil nourish and moisturize with calming ingredients that help restore skin's natural protective functions.

Use nightly or when needed to moisturize and soothe sensitive or reactive skin, leaving it soft, supple and calm as can be.

Customer Testimonial:

Every year around september I go to Montana to visit my family. That time of year it is starting to dry out & get cold, down to 20 degrees at night. And every year I prepare myself for the inevitable dry flaky irritated skin that Montana weather always gives me. I live in Southern California, so I'm used to hot weather. On my last trip to Kalispell Montana, it was especially cold. About a month before leaving I finally decided to try Weleda facial care produts, since I have sensitive skin I chose the Almond skin care line. I use the Almond soothing facial lotion & a drop of the almond oil every day & night. I knew I loved it the first time I tried it. Well, I can honestly say that this was the first time EVER that I did not have dry, flaky, irritatated skin while in Northern Montana!! What amazes me even more is that this product can go from our hot weather in Southern California without over moisturizing to dry cold weather in Northern Montana literally over night & still maintain perfect balance and effectiveness. I only had to increase to 2 drops of almond oil with my daily routine & my skin stayed beautiful!! The funny thing is that my expensive eye cream, which is not Weleda, was not so effective. After 2 days I ended up using my Almond lotion around my eyes instead, and that worked great!! I can honestly say I will be switchhing over to a Weleda eyecream ASAP! Thanks Weleda!!

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Sweet Almond (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis) Fruit Extract

Pressed from the nut kernels of the Sweet Almond tree, this fine, nearly colorless and odorless oil, is especially mild and gentle. It is extremely well-tolerated by the skin and is easily absorbed. Due to its high content of essential fatty acids, it protects the skin from drying and improves the skin’s barrier function, keeping it smooth and supple.

Hydrolyzed Beeswax

A natural form of Beeswax derived through the hydrolysis—the process of turning something into water—of beeswax. It possesses the same skin caring abilities as Beeswax and help gives a formula consistency.

Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa) Flower Extract

Commonly referred to as Blackthorn, this deciduous shrub features thorny branches and white flowers that bloom in early spring. Blackthorn is a member of the Rosaceae or Rose family. This plant grows in light thickets and sunny slopes throughout Europe, western Asia and northern Africa. The Blackthorn extract comes from the sprout heads of this plant, which are rich in Vitamin C. The juice, which contains a high quantity of tannins, acids and vitamin C, is collected from the blue Blackthorn fruits. Blackthorn is used externally to stimulate the skin’s self-strengthening and metabolic functions. In Prunus Spinosa 2X: according to A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Clarke, MD, 3rd ed. 1987, vol. 3, p. 890), Blackthorn is given in Homeopathy "for lassitude in morning, as after unrefreshing sleep."