Weleda Sea Buckthorn Creamy Body Wash & Giveaway

Posted on November 14, 2008 by Allie

I’m not sure what a Sea Buckthorn is, but I know I like it.

I helped Neil get some donations for his Yoga Dollars program, and Weleda came through for him in a very big way.  We were both blown away by their generosity.  Neil gave me some of the Sea Buckthorn Creamy Body Wash as a thank you for helping him out, and I have to say, it’s heavenly.

It doesn’t lather much, but it distributes well, and has a luxuirous feel.  We have somehow associated lather with clean, and the two things really aren’t related.  I like to pack light, and used the body wash to wash my face and take my makeup off while I was away last week.  It worked wonderfully in that capacity too.

Neil said that it smells like a creamsicle, and I have to agree, although, I want to add that it’s not cloying or fake smelling in anyway.  The scent is uplifting and cheery, and a great way to start the day.  I highly recommend it, and plan on purchasing it in the future.

Oh, and I just looked up Sea Buckthorn.  It’s a shrub that grows in China and Russia, although it’s also being farmed in Canada now.  It helps fight errosion, and has a high vitamin C and flavinoid content.  You learn something new every day, huh?

You can find Weleda products at Target and a wide selection of other stores.

I’m giving away travel sized Weleda’s Sea Buckthorn Creamy Body Wash to five randomly selected commenters.  Sign in with a valid e-mail address to leave a comment.  I’ll close the comments on Sunday and announce the winners on Monday.  Comments that appear to be spam will not be counted.  The only stipulation is that if you win, you have to tell three friends (on the honor system) about Neil’s fundraising efforts for The Cambodian Children’s Fund.

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  1. Don’t count me in for this comment (hate orange scents, tho Weleda’s awesome), but I’ll be happy to spread the word about Neil.

    November 14th, 2008 at 3:57 pm
    Comment by Amy
  2. [...] Allie’s Giving Away More Eco Stuff Leave a comment on Allie’s excellent blog to win a free Weleda Sea Buckthorn Creamy Body Wash, which apparently smells like a creamsicle. While you’re there, read all the way through to the end to check out her friend Neil’s fundraiser for the Cambodia Children’s Fund. Good luck! [...]

    November 14th, 2008 at 4:15 pm
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  3. Would love to try some Weleda Sea Buckthorn Creamy Body Wash. :) And I will spread the word about Neil.

    November 14th, 2008 at 5:16 pm
    Comment by Vee McBride
  4. Now I really want to eat a creamsicle. I had one over the summer for the first time in years, and it was so good.

    November 14th, 2008 at 7:11 pm
    Comment by Noelle
  5. ooh i’ve been wanting to try this stuff. creamsicles=yum :)

    November 14th, 2008 at 11:08 pm
    Comment by ericaaa
  6. Ohhhh – sounds delicious! I’d love to try some. And I will absolutely spread the word about Neil’s fundraiser

    November 15th, 2008 at 12:50 am
    Comment by wendy
  7. Smells like a creamsicle?! I’m totally buying some!

    November 15th, 2008 at 5:19 am
    Comment by Aaron
  8. Woo-hoo! It’s a contest; therefore I’m entering!

    I’ll spread the word about Neil’s fund-raiser even if I don’t win.

    November 15th, 2008 at 1:34 am
    Comment by courtney
  9. I would love to try these products!

    November 16th, 2008 at 2:47 am
    Comment by Carla Pullum
  10. CONTEST CLOSED

    November 17th, 2008 at 2:15 pm
    Comment by Allie
  11. [...] giving away goody bags with travel-sized Weleda’s Sea Buckthorn Creamy Body Wash, Organic India Tea, and Ultima Replenisher Lemonade (WARNING: this website has sound that plays [...]

    December 29th, 2008 at 4:52 pm
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