Weleda create 100% certified natural products made with Biodynamic and organic ingredients for your health, wellbeing and beauty. Biodynamic farming aims to create healthy soil using compost and crop and grazing rotations. Using plant-based ingredients Weleda create and sell a wide variety of earth-friendly skincare, body care and health care products.
In addition to their planet-friendly production techniques, Weleda also have a strong focus on fair trade principles. They support local projects in providing additional support to communities in sourcing areas, for example with medical care and education. They also ensure farmers and producers receive a fair price for their materials. Weleda's ethical treatment of workers, has been recognised by the Union for Ethical BioTrade – it is one of only two beauty brands to carry the UEBT mark. 🤝
A snapshot of Weleda's sustainability journey so far.
Guides featuring Weleda
Learn more about Weleda by reading our guides.
Sustainable health & beauty
With harsh chemicals polluting our air & waters, excessive plastic usage, microbeads and high levels of waste, the health & beauty industry has long been notorious for its environmental negligence. The good news is that the health & beauty industry is responding to consumers by making eco-friendly products and packaging a reality for those who love their beauty products, but also love the earth. 💄🌍
Six things you didn’t know about Fairtrade
Since the late 1980s, Fairtrade has been working to ensure a fair deal for farmers and workers around the world. Under the system, producers of everything from coffee and flowers to makeup and clothing are guaranteed workers’ rights, safer working conditions and fairer pay. This in turn leads to wider positive change, such as developing women in leadership and investing in climate-friendly farming techniques.