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Weleda added to product guide 

 

Weleda's Parfum de Vie range of three fragrances have just been added as Best Buys to our perfumes and aftershaves guide

The Agrume and Grenade varieties are both vegan whilst the Rose version is vegetarian because it contains essential oil of beeswax. Weleda does not test on animals and has a fixed cut off date of 1979.
 

Weleda best buy

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About the company

Weleda is a Swiss company which only makes vegetarian products that carry the NaTrue certification.

None of its products contain parabens and phthalates which are widely used in cosmetics and toiletries.

Phthalates are used as solvents and can disrupt hormone production in humans. Parabens are preservatives which can mimic oestrogen and can act as a potential hormone system disruptor too.

Weleda has also been awarded our Best Buy Label for shower gel and toothpaste

 

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