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Weleda ® North America

1 Bridge St. Suite 42
10533 Irvington, NY
USA


Skin Food Collection

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The ultimate moisturizer for dry, rough skin
$19.00
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The ultimate moisturizer for dry, rough skin
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How does a moisturizer become a legend? 

Skin Food’s miraculous formula has been transforming the look and feel of skin since 1926. Philosopher and scientist Rudolf Steiner created a botanical alchemy of rosemary, chamomile and pansy in nourishing base of sunflower and sweet almond oils to renew and restore the look of radiance to every inch of your body.

Oh – and since it comes in a travel-size – it’s as at home in your carry-on as your survival kit. It’s most likely to be found in the make-up artists bags, models, aristocrats and socialites, the guitar and touring cases and of many a singer or performer (and rock climbers, crossfit fans and mothers everywhere).

 

Most recent can’t-leave-home-without-Skin Food devotees: Adele, Alexa Chung, Ed Sheeran, Priyanka Chopra, Rihanna, Victoria Beckham - and the list goes on.

Skin Food Tips from Weleda Fanatics:

Tip # 1: Use it as a face mask – apply it thickly before a party or event or a long flight (so dehydrating), or even before bed – afterwards, cover with a warm washcloth and then rinse off for baby smooth skin and a lasting glow.

 

Tip #2: Tap on lightly over make-up for glitter-free highlighted cheek and brow bones or a naturally dewy look.

Tip #3: Warm in the hands and massage through curly or kinky hair for shine and hydration or to split ends to improve texture.


Tip #4: Dab on chapped lips or winter (or sun and chlorine-dried) hands and cheeks and décolleté to soothe sensitivities and restore glow.

Tip #5: Massage into hands to instantly smooth cuticles and elbows, knees and dry or ashy spots for a smooth radiance.

What do YOU do with your Skin Food?