Like many things, I bought Weleda Skin Food because of makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes.
Also, the named Skin Food just sounds cool. When I noticed it at Target (where I live part-time), I threw it into my red cart with glee. I may have even screamed a little.
I’ve been using Weleda Skin Food for a several weeks now and I wanted to share that the glee was warranted. Read on to find out why.
Weleda Skin Food is a cruelty-free product, free of parabens, synthetic fragrances and mineral oil. I would describe it as an all-purpose, multi-use cream.
- Sweet almond oil
- Softens rough elbows
- Hand cream
- Foot cream
- Face cream
- Hydrating face mask
- Eye cream
- Non-shimmery highlight
- Brow tamer
- Cuticle cream
- Calm frizzy hair and split ends
- Mixing medium: mix with powders for cream blushes, add hydration to liquid foundation, etc.
I love a metal tube for the hygienic factor. It dispenses just the amount you want, and the texture is quite thick so it never comes out too quickly.
$19 for 2.5 oz. or $7.60 per ounce is great in my opinion. If you consider the small amount that you use, and how many uses there are, it’s an excellent buy.
I didn’t experience any pore congestion when using this on my face. My elbows went from elephant skin to baby skin and my heels have started to heal. Real jazzed with my Weleda Skin Food results.
Do I recommend it?
100% I do. If there was any doubt until now, just know that you need it.