24 January 2015

Review | Weleda Almond Soothing Facial Lotion

Weleda Almond Soothing Facial Lotion Review - Aspiring Londoner

I’m a fan of Weleda’s Skin Food (review here) and also Weleda’s Hair Treatment (review here).  Naturally when I came across a Weleda moisturiser, I had to try it out!

Weleda’s Almond Soothing Range is fragrance-free and specially formulated with hard-working natural ingredients such as mild organic almond oil and antioxidant-rich plum kernel oil to care, protect and soothe delicate skin.

Weleda Almond Soothing Facial Lotion 30ml, £12.95 is marketed at dry, unbalanced and sensitive skin.  Although I primarily have combination skin, my skin is currently all over the place.  I have dry patches yet quite a few spots.  I feel like everything is aggravating my skin!  My skin needs soothing is probably an understatement right about now!  The colder and dry environment can easily aggravate skin, so I neededsomething without any irritating agents and that help balance my skin.

The texture is incredibly light.  I liked that as I wanted my dry skin to be hydrated without any overly rich product being applied.  It didn’t aggravate my spots at all.  It’s unscented but you can definitely smell the organic almond oil when you apply the lotion.  One thing I will say the roughness in my skin caused by my dry skin was gone within days of using this lotion.  The 30ml tube is really handy especially if you’ll be travelling.  You can keep it in your handbag and apply if you feel any dryness throughout the day.

In my opinion, this is a no fuss moisturiser for anyone experiencing delicate skin and just doesn’t want to make it any worse.  It’ll moisturise your skin whilst allowing it to heal and soothe.

Have you tried Weleda’s skincare? Share in the comments below or tweet me @aspiring_london!

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Some of these items have been sent to me for review.

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