Weleda is not a glamorous brand. The advertising – what there is of it – is underwhelming, the packaging is not very attractive. But there are some really hardworking products in the range and they aren’t pricey. My favourite Weleda product of all time is their multi-purpose Skin Food, which has been around since 1926.
Weleda has recently expanded the Skin Food range to include a lighter cream, a body butter and a lip butter. I still use the original one though – on my hands, feet (particularly my heels), and also on my face when it is very dry out. It comes in 30ml and 75ml tubes, and usually costs me about $8 for 75ml. It does contain lanolin though so avoid it if you skin is not a fan.
I also used to love the Weleda Wild Rose Cleansing Lotion and matching toner, but they have discontinued it.