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Travel - Skin Food

for dry and rough skin

0.34 FL OZ | Price: US$3.50

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Travel - Skin Food

How to use

Apply a small amount of Skin Food to dry or rough skin as needed and massage into the skin until the cream is absorbed. To deeply nourish hard-working, dry hands liberally apply the cream on the hands, cover with cotton gloves and leave on overnight.

for dry and rough skin

Dry, rough skin of any age gets indulgent moisture with this intensively nourishing, deeply hydrating cream. It’s a unique, ultra-rich whole-body cream that deeply hydrates, restores and protects your skin.

Stubborn dryness on your elbows, hands and feet are moisturized and conditioned with the essential fatty acids and vitamin E in our organic sunflower seed oil. Organic pansy is known for its mild antiseptic properties that calm dry irritation. Soothing rosemary leaf extract’s mild antiseptic properties and the anti-inflammatory properties of organic calendula flower extract gently nourish and care for your skin. Deeply moisturized and protected, your skin looks soft and supple with a healthy glow. It’s your recommended daily allowance of radiance, and it’s just what you and your skin are craving.

Pansy (Viola Tricolor) Extract

Commonly referred to as Pansy, this European herb is made up of large, deep blue or purple flowers. It is naturally comprised of Salicylic Acid, tannins and flavonoids. Pansy, known for its soothing and healing properties, is used to treat various skin conditions, such as eczema and acne.

Chamomile (Chamomilla Recutita Matricaria) Flower Extract

This annual herb, also known as German Chamomile or Wild Chamomile, blooms small white flowers between May and August. It is found throughout Europe, except in the extreme north, and throughout northern Asia. The flowers of this plant possess gentle, healing and anti-inflammatory properties.

Cholesterol

This fat soluble alcohol is naturally occurring in all animal fats. It acts as an emulsifying agent, compatible with the skin’s natural structure. * Weleda obtains its cholesterol from Lanolin—a hydrous wool wax from sheep. The cholesterol molecules are too large to be absorbed by the skin. Therefore, the body will not “ingest” this externally applied, natural substance.