Skin Care: Weleda Pomegranate Regenerating Body Oil

29 June 2012

I took these photos ages but for some reason never got round to posting them. I received this body oil in one of the earliest glossybox's last year, and to be honest after smelling it I banished it to the drawer of products I'll never use. Last month though my fake tan kept fading patchily really quickly because my skin was really dry, and when I saw this in the drawer I decided to give it a try.

Once  I got past the smell of this I actually learnt to really like it - it settles on to the skin as a much more fruity scent, and now I actually look forward to applying this! For saying this is an oil it feels really thick on the skin, but it doesn't leave the skin greasy at all. I love the feel of my skin after I've applied this, and I've definitely noticed that my tan is fading much more nicely.

This claims to be a firming product but to be honest I've not noticed much of a difference (but then again I am only 21 so firming isn't that necessary?), but regardless of that although this product is pricey and instantly I really disliked it I could definitely see myself being tempted to repurchase this now! I've been using this for about two months on and off now and I've barely used any at all so the price works out reasonably in the end.

Have you tried anything by Weleda? What did you think of the scent?


  1. this is so interesting!
    i can't really see pomegranates doing much for anybody's skin besides delivering antioxidants, so i could totally see how this didn't do much for your skin. but pomegranate body oil? ha ha that sounds really weird!


  2. I have not tried this but then I tend to stay away from oils because I dont think they suit my skin type, think I would only buy an oil if it smelt really nice

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  4. I have come to really like weleda products. I've only tried a few but I have like them all
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