Nov 042010
After searching for the best eye product, I finally decided to give the Weleda Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream a try. I had read some praising reviews, and because Constance Dunn, the author of Practical Glamour, recommended the WELEDA brand, I knew that I had to try it out. About a month ago I started using the Weleda Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream, and I have to say that I am very happy with the results.
After dabbing a tiny amount of the Weleda Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream onto my eyelids, I get a cooling and calming sensation which is just what I need. As a Stay-at-home/work-at-home mom I never really feel as if I get enough rest, and my eye lids often feel very heavy and puffed. The Weleda Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream was just what I needed to help refresh my eye lids in the morning, in fact I often use it several times a day. I especially love how the eye cream helps decrease my feeling of puffiness, and how it calms my tired eyelids.
In the beginning I forgot to apply the Weleda Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream in the mornings, but it did not take long before my fatigued eye lids became addicted to this fabulous soothing eye cream. 

Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream Product Info from

The delicate skin around your eyes flourishes with the rejuvenating effects of organic rosehip seed oil, naturally rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids that deeply calm and nourish. Organic or wild-crafted eyebright extract is known for its astringent and antioxidant properties that protect your eyes from skin-damaging free radicals and environmental influences. Organic jojoba seed oil acts as an emollient, smoothing puffy and dry skin. Your eyes feel refreshed and look bright and rejuvenated. Fragrance-free and fast-absorbing, this potent eye cream is your secret for nourished, bright, youthful eyes.
Ingredients (INCI)
Water (Aqua), Prunus Persica (Peach) Kernel Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Alcohol, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Hydrolyzed Beeswax, Rosa Moschata (Rosehip) Seed Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil Unsaponifiables, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Sedum Purpureum (Orpine) Extract, Euphrasia Officinalis Extract, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Beeswax, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil Unsaponisables.
About Weleda
Weleda has a long history, which goes all the way back to 1921 and the anthrosophy movement and the philosopher Dr. Rudolf Steiner. The anthrosophy movement encourages people to see their body and spirit as linked to our world as part of one holistic system. Steiner and Dr. Ita Wegman developed an approach to health care using natural ingredients that can holistically work with and support our own body’s healing tendencies, and they did so by creating a Biodynamic® garden.
The company was named Weleda after the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing, and today Weleda has offices in more than 50 countries. Weleda still cultivates their own Biodynamic® gardens, and the company still believes natural ingredients provide what a body needs to be at its best.
Not only does Weleda use natural ingredients, but the company believes in fair trade, and the company has very high standards for the ingredients they use to make their products.
Take a look at Weleda’s very impressive natural ingredient list. 
You can learn more about Weleda on their website or on their facebook page.
Buy It:
You can buy Weleda’s products at Weleda’s website, but you can also find several of Weleda’s products at Target, Whole Foods and at Health Food Stores.
Win It:

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Weleda is generously giving away the Weleda Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream to one of Frugality Is Free’s Readers as part of the Family Holiday Wish List Review & Giveaway Series.

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream from Weleda for the purpose of this review and giveaway. I did not receive any monetary compensation, and the opinions expressed in above have not been influenced in any way by other than my own experience with the Wild Rose Intensive Eye Cream. Someone else’s experience with this product might be different than mine.

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