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Weleda Skin Food 8.1.13WELEDA - Skin Food for Dry and Rough Skin

This product is food for your skin! It will crave this cream. The past few months have caused my skin to become very needy. I really like this product and I applied it to the rough dry patches on my skin.

I must share with you how great it felt - the treated areas on my face and skin were hydrated & smoothed. I have a tendency to get rough & dry patches occasionally on my heels and this product was amazing. It is ultra rich and very hydrating. It is recommended for stubborn dryness on your elbows, hands and feet. After using this product your skin will feel moisturized and conditioned.

The unique blend of essential fatty acids, vitamin E and organic sunflower seed oil will moisturize and hydrate your skin. Organic pansy is known for its mild antiseptic properties that calm dry irritation. Soothing rosemary leaf extract’s mild antiseptic properties, the anti-inflammatory properties of Biodynamic,® and organic calendula flower extract gently nourish and care for your skin.

This is a must have product! 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.

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Leave-in conditioner can be for all hair types.  There are a number of people like me whose fine hair leaves them leary of leave-in conditioners.  The last thing you want to do after you just washed your hair (once it feels nice and clean), is to spray something in it which could make it look greasy or weighed down....

Well let me reassure you there are a number of leave-in conditioners that are great for fine hair.  I have spoken with a number of hair dressers/ stylists and specialists and one of the most common aspect of leave-in conditioner. They all promote is that it can protect the hair from all the daily streeses and abuses we do to our hair like hair drying, flat ironing, curlers, basically exessive heat.   The other comment that is commonly made is that the product itself is great, it is all about the "How" you use it.

So what I have been taught is- Be careful not to use too much

1. Wash hair as usual (just shampoo, skip the conditioner)

2. Towel dry excess moisturer from hair

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