April 2, 2016

Weleda Creamy Body Wash

It's been way too long since I've updated my blog! I have the typical excuse of being really busy, and I've also been keeping beauty purchases to a minimum. I've been laser focused on cooking and healthy lifestyle stuff in my limited free time, so right now I'm more likely to order snacks and protein powder from iHerb than my usual beauty hauls. Since I'm not experimenting a lot right now with skincare or makeup, I love trying out new bath products. I keep my cabinet stocked full of soaps, shampoos and body wash. Of the oodles I've tested in the past few months, Weleda Creamy Body Wash ($9.22 for 7.2 oz) has become a firm favorite.

These are some of those products that I've been meaning to try for years, but somehow always ended up passing up. I bought the pomegranate one first, and the first time I tried it, I could see why these body washes are so popular. They have a milky cream texture that feels incredibly gentle. A small amount forms a soft lather that's more than enough to clean myself twice over. The scents are my favorite part. Every Weleda product has this sort of distinct mild herbal scent that's layered under the main advertised fragrance. I genuinely love all four fragrances, but if I had to pick, I think pomegrante is my favorite. The combination of the herbal scent with a subtle hint of fruity fragrance is so unique, and just really smells like clean to me. Sea buckthorn is a close second because it has a fresh orange citrus scent that goes really well with those same herbaly undertones. The citrus and wild rose scents are a little more straightforward. The citrus smells mostly of lime to me, while the wild rose scent is a crisp, cool floral scent. Both are just like the matching spray deodorants that I've purchased many times. I've used these bottles one at a time, but I definitely think the citrus and sea buckthorn scents are best as morning shower pick me ups, while the rose and pomegranate versions are great for any time of day.
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