Friday, February 12, 2010

Weleda Pomegranate Creamy Body Wash Review and Giveaway!

I was thrilled when the friendly people at Weleda agreed to do a review with me! I have always heard wonderful things about their products, especially the pregnancy line! I hope to try these during my next pregnancy! Weleda's products are all natural! They use no synthetic preservatives, fragrances, chemicals or anything else. That is music to my ears. I knew this company would fit right in with my crunchy standards! They harvest the crops in their products quickly, do little processing and take care of them along the way to give us amazing results! Weleda set up one of the first Biodynamic gardens all the way back in the 20s. What does that mean?

"In these gardens, flowers thrived in the rich, balanced soil, bees buzzed from blossom to blossom, weeds were attended to with natural solutions and gardeners gently trod on the earth, nurturing every living creature. The result: the purest plants, flowers and fruits grown on earth."

I think that is so cool! Everything works together and they all need each other!

Weleda sent me their new Pomegranate Creamy Body Wash to review. It is part of their new Pomegranate Regenerating Body Care line. The Pomegranate Regenerating Body Care line slows the aging process and brings radiance to aging skin! I may be only 24, but I have always tried to take care of my skin and will continue to do so! You can never start too early! Pomegranates are amazing to eat, they are full of antioxidants. They are also amazing to use on your skin. Pomegranates promote skin renewal and preserve natural elasticity and firmness - something I definitely need after two kids! Also in the line are the Pomegranate Regerating Hand Cream and the Pomegranate Regenerating Body Oil.

I couldn't wait to try out my body wash, and so into the shower I went. This stuff is amazing! Truly. Amazing. The first thing I noticed? The fragrance. It didn't smell like pomegrantes, but it smelled amazing. After my shower, I found out that this heavenly fragrance is essential oils of vanilla, sandalwood, blood orange and neroli! The blood orange and neroli are what I was smelling! This isn't a very sudsy wash because there are no synthetic detergents. I don't care for a super foamy wash so this made me happy! The cleanser is very gentle and non irritaing as well. After my shower I noticed super soft skin! No dry patches and no need for lotion! I have also noticed the scent of the body wash throughout the day every so often and it makes me happy.

Pomegranate Creamy Body Wash
The Pomegranate Creamy Body Wash sells for $18.00 on the Weleda website.

Pomegranate Hand Cream
The Pomegrante Hand Cream sells for $12.50

Pomegranate Body Oil
The Pomegranate Body Oil sells for $28.00.

You can purchase these items as well as many others here.

Take advantage of free shipping on orders over $70.00 and get a free travel sized Pomegranate Kit with any full Pomegranate purchase!

I would also like to say how much I love their website. It is full of information about the company, how they do things, how they harvest and much much more. It was the most thorough website I have come across!


WIN IT!

One very lucky Getting Kinda Crunchy reader is going to win their very own Pomegranate Creamy Body Wash! Head over to the Weleda website and tell me something else you learned about the company. There is tons of information on there! Leave me a comment along with your email address in case you win! This is a mandatory entry!

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This giveaway ends March 13th at midnight! The winner will be chosen via random.org and will be notified by email and a posting on this blog. As always, they will have 48 hours to respond before I pick a new winner! Good luck guys!

A HUGE thank you to Weleda for this awesome review and giveaway!



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  2. I learned the company has offices and partnerships in more than 50 countries.

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  12. I learned that the name Weleda is from the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing.

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  13. They believe that "natural ingredients truly provide what a body needs to be vibrant, beautiful and well."
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  14. Their Mission To stimulate and inspire your body, soul and spirit. In doing so, we encourage you to draw from your own vitality and discover inner balance. This enables your individual health and authentic beauty to unfold.
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  15. I learned that they are donating a portion of their sales of Calendula Baby Care to Mercy Corps Haitian earthquake relief efforts.Love that.
    They have a wild rose body oil that sounds really nice.
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  16. I learned that Weleda harvests their pomegranates from organic farms in Turkey. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. that the name weleda is derived from the celtic goddess of wisdom and healing thanks for the giveaway minsthins at optonline dot net

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  20. I learned Weleda founded on the teachings of philosopher Dr. Rudolf Steiner, who encourages the individual to see his or her body, mind and spirit as intrinsically linked to our world; all part of one holistic system.

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  21. I learned that the name Weleda is from the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing.

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  22. You can find your favorite Weleda products at Target, Whole Foods, and select health food stores.

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  23. The name is from the Celtic goddess of wisdom! Cool. Thanks for the chance.
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  24. I learned that Weleda harvests their pomegranates from organic farms in Turkey.
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  25. I found out they still cultivate their own Biodynamic® gardens.

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  26. They offer free shipping on orders of $70+

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  27. You can buy Weleda Products from Target and Whole Foods

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  28. I learned that they harvest our pomegranates at their peak in late September from organic farms on the fertile shores and mountainsides of Turkey, where more than 100,000 tons of pomegranates are grown each year.

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  29. I learned that they harvest their pomegranates in TURKEY!!! That is so cool.

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  30. I learned that they publish a lifestyle magazine - and I signed up for it!

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  31. I learned that Weleda is donating part of the sales of their Calendula baby products line to Mercy Corps for relief efforts in Haiti.

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  36. i learned that Weleda is from the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing

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  37. I didn't realize before that Weleda was such a worldwide company. They are in more than 50 countries, and donate a lot of money to relief programs in several areas of the world (including Haiti right now). Very cool!
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  42. they are truly a worldwide company,they operate on five continents, and have 20 direct subsidiaries, with partnerships in 53 countries, and close to 2,000 employees worldwide. wow!

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  56. I learned that Weleda produces a free lifestyle magazine!

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  57. I learned that Biodynamic® gardens at Weleda Naturals are in Wetzgau, Germany.

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  62. I learned that in Turkey Weleda employs more than 270 small scale farmers to cultivate their organic rose petals. Sounds like a fun job.

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  63. They have a spa in New York...it would be nice to go :) Thankyou!

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  64. I learned they have a spa in New York, close to me!

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  66. I learned "The company’s new name couldn’t have been more appropriate: Weleda, after the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing." I always wondered where the name came from!
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  69. I learned the company has offices and partnerships in more than 50 countries.

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  70. I learned that they span five continents, with 20 direct subsidiaries, partnerships in 53 countries, and close to 2,000 employees worldwide.

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  73. I learned that their philosophy encourages the individual to see his or her body, mind and spirit as intrinsically linked to our world; all part of one holistic system. msmith572@yahoo.com

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  91. Their Mission is to stimulate and inspire your body, soul and spirit. In doing so, we encourage you to draw from your own vitality and discover inner balance. This enables your individual health and authentic beauty to unfold.
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  95. I learned that they harvest their pomegranates from organic farms in Turkey.

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  96. The name Weleda is from the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing. Pretty cool!

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  97. The make a great line of baby products!!

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  98. I learned that "A tincture carries an “imprint,” or life message, of the plant, and herbal or mineral tinctures are powerful enough to have been used around the world for centuries to treat medical needs."

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  99. That they produce a free lifestyles magazine. bill110@optonline.net

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  100. I learned that they actively try and protect ecology and steward conservation

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  101. Weleda is a company whose mission is to actively cultivate beauty.

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  106. Dermatological studies show that the use of Pomegranate Regenerating Hand Cream helps increase the moisture levels in the skin by up to 34% over four weeks,* leaving your hands soft and smooth.
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  107. I learned that they harvest their pomegranates from organic farms in Turkey.

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  109. For a limited time, proceeds from their Wild Rose products will go benefit the victims of the Chile disaster. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  110. Weleda was named after the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing.

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  113. I learned that the Weleda Treatment: Emphasis on Extractions at the New York spa is also for teens and helps with acne breakouts. This would be perfect for my teenager. Thank you for the giveaway!
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  123. Our Calendula Diaper Care works as an excellent spot-treatment due to its active ingredient of Zinc Oxide, which promotes healing. Extracts of organic and Biodynamic® grown calendula and organic chamomile reduce redness and inflammation.

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  125. They have offices and partnerships in more than 50 countrys. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  126. I learned that in Germany Weleda grows close to 200 plant species in the largest medicinal plant gardens in all of Europe.

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  127. They have a spa in New York
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