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You know the feeling when you are out in nature and you instantly feel more alive? No wonder. Nature is in us; we are a part of nature. We share the same origins, we grow, we thrive, we blossom, we shine. A closer look reveals that plants and human beings have many similarities. That‘s why nothing makes us look and feel better than reconnecting with the power of nature.
Take a closer look at how deeply connected you are with nature.
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As a pioneer in biodynamic farming, Weleda has been a green beauty brand long before it became the fashion. For decades we have stayed true to our principles, setting milestones, improving our holistic way of growing and creating natural, herbal medicines and beauty products. Often to the same original, authentic recipes that nurture, replenish and care for body and soul.
Our principles are founded on Rudolf Steiner’s anthroposophy and the belief that the body has an ability to heal itself when supported by nature. Our potent formulations with natural ingredients give targeted support to the body’s own processes. It is this foundation that makes Weleda unique.
The rose flower for example, with its many varieties and scents, is seen as the queen of all flowers. One of the most effective oils to smooth the skin is that of the rosa mosqueta, which is used in Weleda Wild Rose Face and Body Care, whilst the beautiful scent of rosa damaszener harmonises and relaxes body and soul.
Two thirds of all living species live in soil; over 90 percent of our food is grown in soil. But arable land is disappearing and what remains has less humus and nutrients.
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