Weleda Nature 2018 Advent Calendar – Available Now + Full Spoilers!


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Weleda Nature Advent Calendar

The Weleda Nature Advent Calendar is available now!

Whoever you are looking to give the perfect gift to this year, Weleda’s exclusive limited-edition Christmas gifts offer a unique present for every budget. The Weleda range is certified all-natural, harnessing plant-based actives that are sustainably sourced in harmony with nature, making each gift the perfect feel-good offering for the organic beauty lover.

Box: Weleda Nature Advent Calendar

The Cost: $46.50

The Products:

  • Door Number 12 is Skin Food (30ml)
  • Mini Citrus Lotion
  • Pomegranate Lotion
  • Almond Lotion
  • Wild Rose Wash
  • Arnica Shower
  • Almond Facial Oil
  • Lavender Oil
  • Seabuckthorn Oil
  • Pomegranate Oil
  • Wild Rose Oil
  • Pomegranate Day Cream (7ml)

What do you think of the Advent Calendar? Are you going to grab one?

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Posted in Advent Calendars for Adults 2018, Beauty Advent Calendars, Beauty Advent Calendars 2018, Holiday 2018 Advent Calendars, Subscription Box News| 5 comments

5 Comments

  1. Finally! A natural, non toxic calendar!

  2. It is at Target.

  3. Has anyone tried their products and is this price worth it? I’ve been eyeing the products for a while but didn’t know if this was a good way to try it.

    • People swear by Skin Food. Lots of celeb fans.

    • So Weleda is involved in homeopathy and is related to Waldorf education, having been founded by Rudolf Steiner, so it depends on your views on those things. I personally think their lotions and oils are very good quality, but feel anthroposophy includes a lot of nonsense.

      Basically that was a complicated way of saying I like the products, and think their goals are admirable but not terribly fond of the reasoning behind it.

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