Weleda Pine Reviving Bath Milk is inspired by the tranquility of a Siberian Pine forest and works to invigorate and refresh your senses. Sublime freshness and a lift to the spirits. Like a dip in a still forest pool, a breath of mountain air. As invigorating and brisk as a bath can get!
Up in high forests, stately silver fir and Siberian fir condense the purity and freshness of mountain air into aromatic essential oils. Weleda uses these essences and their powers awaken in your warm bath water – excellent for fatigue, stress and nervous exhaustion of the spirit. You’ll breathe easier and feel more joyful, while cold, damp and low spirits are driven away.
Weleda Pine Reviving Bath Milk Key Benefits:
- Restorative, uplifting and especially suited to cold, damp conditions
- Dermatologically tested, natural-based bath care, free from synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colourants or raw materials derived from mineral oils
- Suitable for vegans
How to use: Pour three or four capfuls into the bath just before stepping in. Alternatively apply to a damp wash cloth and use all over your skin whilst in the shower.
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If the product gets into eyes, rinse well with warm water immediately.
Water (aqua), Abies Alba Leaf Oil, Abies Sibirica Oil, Potassium Olivate, Alcohol, Glycerin, Fragrance (parfum)*, Limonene*, Linalool*. *From Natural Essential Oils.
How does Weleda preserve its products?
All of Weleda personal care products are certified natural by NATRUE and are preserved using a touch of grain alcohol, essential oils and nourishing plant extracts to maintain the life of our products. Their unique and recyclable packaging protects each formulation from light and air, helping to prevent oxidation. With their effective preservation techniques, our products needn’t be refrigerated. However, their freshness information is on packaging.
How do you color and fragrance your products?
Weleda products are the color of the essential plant extracts that are used in the formula. All formulas are fragranced with those same essential oils and plant extracts. They do not use any synthetic colors or fragrances.
Do Weleda use any synthetic ingredients?
Weleda use only nourishing essential oils and plant extracts. All Weleda personal care products are certified natural by NATRUE, FREE of synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colorants and raw materials derived from mineral oils, as well as genetically modified organisms (GMO's). Their products are instead FULL of the highest quality plant extracts for your body.
What is the INCI?
The International Nomenclature for Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) is the system Weleda use for labeling our ingredients. The multilingual and multinational labeling requirements of the European Union require a full declaration of ingredients on personal care packaging. This labeling standard denotes all ingredients according to their Latin (Chemical / Scientific) designation as specified by the regulatory board. All companies selling personal care products in Europe, and recently, Canada, are required by law to list their ingredients according to INCI regulations.
All ingredients are listed by their quantity of presence—greatest to least—in the product. Due to its full ingredient disclosure policy, the INCI standards strive to help you, the consumer, make informed and healthy purchases, helping you avoid any ingredients to which you may be allergic.
Why do some of your skin care products contain alcohol?
Weleda uses a “raw grain alcohol,” a naturally-fermented plant-based sugar that helps preserve our ingredients and helps our products stay gluten-free. This alcohol is not drying, in fact, it is used to hold and stabilize our botanical tinctures and extracts. When creating traditional remedies, -fermented alcohols were used to release the life-force of the plants into the compounds.
The alcohol is denatured by the essential oils in the formulas. Additionally, our products are gently heated which further diminishes any drying aspect of alcohol in the emulsified product.
Why do Weleda use seed and nut oils in the products?
Plants oils, derived from seeds, nuts and fruits, gently care for and nourish your skin. Unlike petroleum-based mineral oils, plant oils are believed to help support and make your skin feel balanced.
What is glycerin and why do Weleda use it?
Glycerin is a threefold-alcohol found in every fat. Weleda use glycerin derived from the coconut or palm kernel oil. This ingredient is produced through the saponification process of plant oil and soap. It regulates the absorption and release of water, leaving skin feeling softer and smoother.
What is lanolin and why do Weleda use it?
Lanolin is a wax derived from the wool of sheep. The process of extracting this wool does not harm the sheep in any way, as the shearing of wool is a necessary process. It is cleaned to remove any possible pesticide residue. This beneficial ingredient contains fats that give it an affinity to the skin, making it an ideal moisturizer. Weleda use lanolin to nourish and moisturize the skin.
Do Weleda test personal care products on animals?
Weleda does not do any animal testing in the manufacture, development or quality control of its natural cosmetics, nor does it commission such testing. The company is fundamentally opposed to the use of animal testing. Weleda’s personal care products are certified natural by the European organization NATRUE, which requires and enforces that no cosmetics be tested on animals.
However, product safety is paramount. Weleda uses raw materials that have been used for many years, so their tolerability is well documented. Before introducing new products to the market, Weleda carries out extensive in-use studies on volunteer subjects. The formulas are subject to toxicological testing to ensure their safety, tolerability and efficacy.
Do you use allergy-tolerated wheat starch or gluten in your products?
Weleda consistently works to bring consumers the highest quality and safest products, formulated with the finest ingredients. Some people have a digestive intolerance to gluten, a protein that occurs in wheat and other grains. It is unlikely for a person with gluten intolerance to have a reaction to a skincare product, since gluten can only be absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract. However, some people do have wheat allergies that may cause them to have skin sensitivities. Many Weleda personal care products contain alcohol derived from wheat, and some products contain wheat germ oil. They heat and distill the alcohol and filter our wheat germ oil to remove allergy-causing proteins, but cannot guarantee that all of the residues are removed. If you have gluten intolerance or wheat allergies, we recommend that you consult with your medical practitioner before using any of our products containing alcohol, malt extract or wheat germ oil, as indicated on the ingredient label.
What type of packaging do Weleda use?
Weleda packaging is designed to protect and preserve both the product formulation and the environment. We design unique packaging for easy use and durability, using three types of materials: Glass, food grade PET and PE/PP (plastic) and aluminum tubes with a protective coating.
Why do Weleda use glass and aluminum tubes to package some Weleda products?
Glass and aluminum tubes are used to package some of our premier formulations due to the fine ingredient composition of the products. Essential oils, are “living,” making them extremely volatile. Both glass and aluminum are nonreactive with the formulations, eliminating oxygenation, oxidization or degeneration.
Why do Weleda use plastic bottles to package some of its products?
They use recyclable and food grade PET and PE/PP plastic to package some of their products, such as baby products, body lotions and body washes to ensure safe and easy use of these products.
What is the best way to store Weleda products?
Store away from direct sunlight in a cool, dry environment. It is important that all products be firmly sealed after each use. We recommend that you store the products this way to protect the nature of the formulations.
What is the shelf life of Weleda skincare products?
Weleda products have an average shelf life of 2-1/2 years. Please always see our product packaging for individual product information and expiration dates.
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