Birch Cellulite Oil
Improves skin tone and appearance
Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil promotes the healthy
balance of the skin. Regular use tones and firms the surface skin,
helping to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil is an extract of young organic Birch leaves, organic Rosemary and Ruskus,
all of which support healthy, radiant looking skin. Revitalizing Apricot
Kernel oil, moisturizing organic Jojoba oil and vitamin-rich
Wheatgerm oil help to enliven the skin's appearance. Natural
essential oils support the toning effect of the other plant extracts,
leaving the skin feeling and looking firm and supple.
Cellulite Oil is free from synthetic additives including fragrance,
colour or preservatives, and it is made without raw materials
derived from mineral oils. Not tested on animals.
Ingredients: (INCI): Prunus
armeniaca (Apricot kernel) oil, Simmondsia Chinensis
(Jojoba seed) oil, Triticum Vulgare (Wheatgerm) Oil, Fragrance (Parfum)*,
Betula alba (Birch) leaf extract, Ruscus Aculeatus root extract,
Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary leaf) extract, Limonene*,
Linalool*, Geraniol*, Citral*
*from natural essential oils
Directions for Use: Massage Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil into the skin
with a circular motion over the thighs, hips and bottom. We also
recommend that this oil be used as an aspect of a healthy lifestyle.
Detailed directions for use can be found on the package insert.
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Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil
. . .
in the holistic spiritual philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, the
fundamental principle of Weleda is to produce medicinal and body
care preparations based on the belief that human life is interwoven
with nature and the ideal that humans should therefore live in
harmony with nature. This pursuit of health without exploitation is
one of the central values of Weleda. These values are not a mere
marketing ploy, but an ideal and a way of life. There is nothing new
about the company's principles - they have been maintained since
1921 when Weleda was founded in Switzerland in consultation with
Rudolf Steiner. This was soon followed by the establishment of
Weleda in the UK in 1925. Today there are 26 Weleda companies
medicines were developed by doctors to provide a further extension
to the conventional medicines available to them. Weleda has been
manufacturing medicines for over 70 years. A wide range of natural
skin care and body care products has also developed during this time
prepared without animal testing or cruelty. As with Weleda
medicines, their individual ingredients are selected for their
natural therapeutic properties. Today, traditional manufacturing
methods and ingredients go hand in hand with stringent quality
control and modern pharmaceutical technology.
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