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Weleda’s new Birch Body Scrub features natural ingredients

April 3, 2008

Weleda’s new Birch Body Scrub features natural ingredients, all gentle enough to be used on sensitive skin. Beeswax, carnauba wax and castor oil plant wax are bound into perfectly round pearls that gently massage the skin, relieving it of dead skin and supporting circulation. These wax pearls are imbedded into a creamy, gently cleansing base of plant oils and extracts. Organic birch leaves, known for their purifying and detoxifying effects, help improve the skin’s appearance. Other key ingredients—including organic sesame seed oil, apricot kernel oil, ruscus, organic rosemary and fresh, citrus essential oils—replenish the skin and support its regenerative process. The skin is simultaneously cleansed with sugar-based tensides from the dried pulp and sugar of the coconut plant. More info: www.usa.weleda.com
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