Weleda Pomegranate Hand Cream: Hands-Down Winner

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How is it I’ve never checked out Weleda? Well, I don’t know. I should have because I’m quite impressed with the first product I’ve purchased from the brand—the Weleda Pomegranate Regenerating Hand Cream. In fact, I consider it on par with some of the best non-natural hand creams I’ve tried. And though I don’t really like metallic tubes because of how they warp after awhile, I am somehow very attracted to the packaging of this one. The gorgeous red color must have won my heart hands down!

Reputed brand from Germany
Anyway, it was only when I looked up Weleda’s website that I realized they’re a big brand from Germany which manufactures over 2500 pharmaceutical products, 120 natural cosmetics and 10 dietary products worldwide. I had no idea! I mean, I’ve seen some of their products around but never thought much about them. It seems the company even has their plant-based raw materials where 77 percent are cultivated in controlled organic and biodynamic environments. So the brand is a clear leader in the natural category. In fact, all Weleda’s products are made from pure natural substances and artificial preservatives are never used.

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Key ingredients
So Weleda Pomegranate Regenerating Hand Cream has been certified as natural skin care, free of synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colorants, and mineral oil. As the name implies, this hand cream contains antioxidant-rich, organic pomegranate seed oil. On top of that, it has organic shea butter and pure natural plant extracts, the former being a great ingredient that works very well in hand and foot creams.

Full ingredient list
Here are the ingredients used in the product: water (aqua), sesamum indicum (sesame) seed oil, glycerin, alcohol, glyceryl stearate SE, butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), olea europaea (olive) oil unsaponifiables, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, stearic acid, punica granatum seed oil, panicum miliaceum (millet) seed extract, ruscus aculeatus root extract, helianthus annuus (sunflower) petal extract, xanthan gum, fragrance (parfum)*, limonene*, linalool*, citronellol*, benzyl benzoate*, geraniol*, citral*, eugenol*, coumarin*. (*From Natural Essential Oils)

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Weleda Pomegranate Regenerating Hand Cream 50ml reviewed by Sesame on .

Performance
I really love this Weleda Pomegranate Regenerating Hand Cream. The cream is not too thick but it’s not light either. It is also not greasy. Application is a breeze as the cream melts into the skin very quickly without leaving any oily or sticky stains. My hand felt moisturized, smooth and supple with every usage. My cuticles also look well nourished and neat. In addition, the smell is very pleasant with a hint of tangy citrus edge but I reckon some of you may find it too strong. Nonetheless, this hand cream has garnered 4.2 out of 5 rating from 106 reviewers at iHerb and is clearly quite a winner with many smooth hands.

Affordable and premium quality
I haven’t checked the Singapore outlets that stock Weleda products to know if this is available here but the 50ml tube retails for US$9.60 at iHerb. I find the price very reasonable for the quality it provides. If you’re in the market for a hand cream to use in the day, I highly recommend this. If you’ve the habit of getting hand creams as gifts, this certainly makes a very appealing one based on the premium quality, mostly natural ingredients and affordable price. I think the red packaging makes this product look very upmarket and more expensive than it really is. It’s been a long time since I’ve rated a product so well and I would certainly be getting more of this item as X’mas presents!

Rating: 5
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Comments

  1. says

    i am currently using a weleda body oil and quite like it. i am thinking to try their skincare, wondering how they fare too
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  2. says

    Some of Weleda products are just amazing. I used this hand cream for awhile, and although I found it to be good, I also find it to be too greasy for me, as if the cream doesn’t get absorb into the skin too well. Maybe it just have a different effect on different people. I don’t like the tin tube too, but I have to say I love the smell of it :)
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    • Sesame says

      The texture is just right for me…perhaps my skin is drier than yours. And yes, love the smell too!

  3. fwy says

    I used to get Weleda’s stuffs from Brown Rice Paradise. I’m not sure if they are still carrying this brand. I bought Nivea Lip Butter in a tin recently. I thought of a better idea using it instead of on my lips, I used it on my feet, my heels & calluses. I t works pretty well on my feet, heels & cuticles but I don’t think it helps much with my calluses though.

  4. says

    Hi,

    I know this is totally irrelevant to the post, but I had a question regarding exfoliators/scrubs. Which brand would you most recommend? I have milia-prone skin.

    Would the honey/cinnamon mask work?

    Thank you.
    esther last post is: 30 day “no picking pimple” challenge

    • says

      I read your post on Sweetsation Therapy Berry Mask and was thinking of ordering it. Does it exfoliate well? And would you recommend something else?
      esther last post is: 30 day “no picking pimple” challenge

    • Sesame says

      Honey and cinnamon is better as an acne spot treatment. Are you able to get hold of Konjac sponge where you’re based? Find that it works best and is rather gentle. Otherwise, use yogurt with oatmeal flour or almond flour.

      The Sweetsation one is not bad. You can try using a clay mask with yogurt too.

  5. Pollya says

    Yes, Weleda has been a leader in the natural category for quite some time. Their products in S’pore are definitely over-priced! So best to get them from iHerb. I also dislike their metal tube concept – hard to squeeze out the last bits, don’t really know why they use this. I think their baby products are also quite popular.

    • Sesame says

      I haven’t checked their products here…don’t know why. Perhaps those I saw were not so interesting to me.

  6. Carol-Lynne says

    This is also by far my favourite hand cream!! Both the smell and texture is just DIVINE :D I have also tried their rose body oil, which is pretty good too~

    • Sesame says

      Glad it’s your favorite too! Their rose body oil is nice? Wow, I like rose…probably will give it a try sometime. ;)

  7. kahling says

    Their body oils are my favorite, the pomegranate, rose and lavender. Definitely cheaper than Marie Veronique Organics.

  8. says

    I like their baby shampoo and body wash in calendula. It’s very gentle and doesn’t foam much, and the smell is quite comforting. Their products can be found locally at Four Season’s Organic Market. I tried a couple of their toothpastes, but I didn’t quite take to the flavour, one was ratanhia flavoured and I think the other one was calendula.

    • Sesame says

      Thanks Olivia for the recommendation. I wanted to order their toothpaste but decided against it. Just ordered their body oil though.

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