Summer Ready Neat Feet

Dr. Hauschka Care For Feet and Legs
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We often pay little attention to our feet. Your feet bear your body weight while your toes balance your body in an act of the utmost precision. It’s no wonder that they make themselves felt now and again. Our feet and legs can become tired and may swell. Rising temperatures also put strain on feet and legs. It’s important to pamper our feet and legs with supportive skin care.

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Hydrating Foot Cream and Revitalising Leg & Arm Tonic revive tired feet and legs and help to prevent swelling. With their silk powder ingredient, Deodorising Foot Cream and Silk Body Powder leave feet inclined to perspire truly refreshed. Both products have a deodorising effect and minimise foot odour.

Put the spring back in your step with Hydrating Foot Cream

Hydrating Foot Cream is ideal for daily foot care and an invigorating foot massage. The creamy consistency absorbs rapidly to offer intensive care and moisture, especially for dry feet. Massage in a small amount of Hydrating Foot Cream to feet and between toes. Use daily on dry skin.

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Deodorising Foot Cream revitalises and helps control excess perspiration

Deodorising Foot Cream keeps feet dry, comfortable and fresh throughout the day. One application helps to control odour, excess moisture and softens skin.

Rosemary essential oil, silk, and sage combine to warm, balance, and revitalise skin. Silk and rice starch absorb excess moisture, leaving your skin feeling soft, dry, and protected.

Apply Deodorising Foot Cream evenly to feet and in between toes, after washing.

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Tips for supplementary feet care

Neem Nail & Cuticle Oil for healthy and well cared for nails and cuticles.

For very sweaty feet, we recommend the addition of Silk Body Powder applied over Deodorising Foot Cream.

Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Bath Essence and Sage Purifying Bath Essence are both ideal as foot baths. Amazing what 10 minutes in a Foot Bath with Bath Essence can do to revitalise your feet.

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Revitalising Leg & Arm Tonic invigorates and energises

Revitalising Leg & Arm Tonic invigorates and tones the skin. It soothes and minimises water retention (swelling) and tired legs arms and legs to regain a sense of lightness.

Rosemary essential oil energises and aids circulation. Borage helps reduce the appearance of varicose veins and cellulite. After a long day of sitting or standing, Revitalising Leg & Arm Tonic refreshes and energises limbs for continued activity.

Apply Revitalising Leg & Arm Tonic evenly to the legs, feet, arms and massage towards the heart. Repeat as needed. For dry skin, blend Revitalising Leg & Arm Tonic with any Dr. Hauschka Body Oil, Body Cream or Body Milk.

Tip: Decant some of your Revitalising Leg & Arm Tonic into an old Toner bottle and keep in your desk at work, mist legs, even over stockings, during the day for a boost, love this especially for a 3:00 pm pick-me-up.

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Since 1967, Dr. Hauschka has been devoted to creating skin care formulations from Nature. Our efficacy is based on our unique skin care philosophy, unique rhythmic process and the highest quality natural ingredients with a preference for biodynamic, organic or responsibly wild harvested sources. The result: healthy, balanced, strengthened and radiant skin!

Dr. Hauschka Quality

  • Authentic natural and organic cosmetics, certified to NATRUE and/or BDIH standards
  • Free from synthetic fragrances, dyes and preservatives
  • Free from mineral oils, parabens, silicone, phthalates and PEG
  • We do not test on animals, we test on happy to help out human volunteers
  • Wherever possible, all raw materials come from controlled organic or Demeter cultivation and are recovered under fair conditions

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Elisabeth Sigmund – Chapter 12

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The set-up work had been done, Dr. Hauschka Skin Care had established itself and many processes had become routine. Elisabeth Sigmund had passed on her knowledge. She was able to leave the everyday work to others and enjoy her retirement with her husband Karl, who had been retired since the late 1970s. But by no means did this mean that she came to a standstill. Together, the Sigmunds arranged anthroposophic presentation evenings, while Elisabeth Sigmund continued to pass on her knowledge of skin care by giving presentations and writing about skin care related topics. Until the end, she welcomed WALA/Dr. Hauschka employees who sought advice and asked her questions about treatments and new product developments. She thought the new products were great and she was excited about the ideas that the new generation was coming up with. When she died on 20 December 2013, she was still interested in changes and new developments and always said: “I think of myself as part of WALA.”

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Dr. Hauschka Christmas Collection 2015

The Gift of Natural and Organic Skin Care

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Stress less with Lavender Sandalwood and Moor Lavender

Lavender Sandalwood Calming Body Cream
145ml tube RRP $50

For peace and harmony with a gently invigorating freshness. The calming floral fragrance of lavender is combined with the warming notes of Australian sandalwood.

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Moor Lavender Calming Bath Essence
100ml RRP $36

Restores harmony, a soothing bath milk for enveloping and protective qualities. At the centre of this finely balanced composition is an extract of moor (rhythmitised peat extract) for its grounding and protective qualities.

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Moor Lavender Calming Body Oil
75ml RRP $40

Natural essential lavender oil combined with moor releases a soft fragrance that calms and relaxes the mind and the body, paving the way for a good night’s sleep. The composition with shea butter, jojoba, horsetail and horse chestnut exudes warmth and serenity.

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Lavender Natural Goodness Kit
RRP $29

Mini sizes 10ml: Moor Lavender Calming Bath Essence, Lavender Sandalwood Calming Body Cream, Lavender Sandalwood Calming Body Wash and Moor Lavender Calming Body Oil.

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Beat the heat, energise and refresh with Lemon LemongrassDr. Hauschka Skin Care; Dr. Hauschka Kosmetik

Lemon Natural Goodness Kit
RRP $29

Mini sizes 10ml: Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Bath Essence, Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Oil, Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Milk and Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Wash

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Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Oil
75ml RRP $40
Invigorates and firms the skin, giving it freshness and elasticity. Created with rhythmitised lemongrass leaves, which fortifies the skin’s functions, together with mistletoe, field horsetail and nourishing sunflower oil. Refreshes the body and activates the senses.

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Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Milk
145ml glass bottle with pump RRP $50

Rapidly absorbed body moisturiser which awakens the senses, imparts a new vitality and puts a spring in your step. Lemongrass and essential lemon oil combine with extracts of silica-rich field horsetail and strengthening sage to tone, activate and firm the skin. Extract of quince maintains the skin’s moisture while jojoba oil and olive oil provide nourishing care.

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Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Wash
200ml RRP $29

The exotic fragrance of fresh ginger root is combined with essential oils of lemon and lemongrass. This fragrance enhances alertness and concentration while the light, creamy foam with hydrating quince seed extract cleanses the skin gently and the finest plant oils nourish.

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Our In-House Perfumer Jörg Zimmermann, is one of only a handful of Perfumers worldwide working exclusively with natural and organic essential oils as opposed to synthetic chemical fragrances.

Jörg shares his thoughts…

Composition of lavender and sandalwood
“I was looking for a special variety of lavender with a gentle floral note and a lot of elegance. I found it at an elevation of 1,000 metres. This lavender is notable for the sense of peace and harmony that it projects. However, it also possesses a certain gentle yet rejuvenating freshness. The Australian sandalwood works its charm in the background, embedded in a regal, ambery chord, which rounds off the quiet freshness of the lavender with an enveloping, amber-like warmth.”

Composition with lemon and lemongrass
“I was on the lookout for a truly special raw material. I discovered essential oil made from fresh ginger root, which emits a very citric fragrance. We are mostly familiar with ginger in Asian cuisine, so there is a close association with lemongrass. In the top note we perceive lemon and lime, which have a refreshing and toning effect. Fresh ginger root and lemongrass draw out the citric impression and create an increasing complexity. However, this is not meant to be a complicated fragrance, but rather a clear, refreshing concept that is made richer with exotic ingredients. I see two tendencies in this fragrance. The first is toward athleticism, dynamism and vitality; the second, the concentration that comes from increased alertness. The scent stimulates and creates a presence – a wonderful shot of refreshment.”

Our biodynamic medicinal plant gardens
Our biodynamic medicinal plant gardens

Since 1967, Dr. Hauschka has been devoted to creating skin care formulations from Nature. Our efficacy is based on our unique skin care philosophy, unique rhythmic processes and the highest quality natural ingredients with a preference for biodynamic, organic or responsibly wild harvested sources. The result: healthy, balanced, strengthened and radiant skin!

Dr. Hauschka Quality

  • Truly natural and organic cosmetics, certified to NATRUE and/or BDIH standards
  • Free from synthetic fragrances, dyes and preservatives
  • Free from mineral oils, parabens, silicone, phthalates and PEGs
  • Dermatologically tested for sensitive skin
  • We do not test on animals, we test on happy to help out human volunteers > Animal Testing Statement
  • Wherever possible, all raw materials come from controlled organic or Demeter (biodynamic) cultivation and are recovered under fair conditions

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Regenerating Eye Cream

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Anti-Ageing Award Winner 2015
Regenerating Eye Cream
Visibly minimises fine lines and wrinkles

  • To support a maturing skin
  • Light texture which is rapidly absorbed
  • Supports the skin’s natural regenerative functions, smoothing and refines the delicate skin around the eyes
  • Works to reduce premature signs of ageing
  • Antioxidant-rich red clover, acerola berries and sea buckthorn neutralise free radicals, enhancing skin tone and elasticity
  • Birch leaf, quince seed and precious borage seed oil refine pores and balance moisture
  • Nourishing plants oils such as jojoba and macadamia support skin elasticity, replenish and soften
  • Shea butter, beeswax and cacao seed butter soften and protect
    Ophthalmologically tested and suitable for contact lens wearers

Use: Each morning after cleansing, toning and applying Regenerating Serum, then gently apply only a rice grain size amount of Regenerating Eye Cream and warm between your ring fingers. Start from the inside corner of the eye contour area and apply in an outwards direction.

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Tips

  1. After eye contour application, with the residual Regenerating Eye Cream that’s left on your ring fingers apply around the contour of your lips as boost against lip lines.
  2. Never use eye cream at night, it’s likely to result in puffy morning eyes. Do apply firming and oil-free Regenerating Serum or revitalising and oil-free Night Serum to the eye contour area at night after cleansing and toning.
  3. Use your once or twice weekly Cream Mask treatments around your eye contour area too, as an eye mask. A favourite Mask Blend of ours is to use Regenerating Serum then Hydrating Mask over the top of the Serum and leave to absorb for as long as possible. This is our super nourishing and plumping mask treatment blend. Remove with a warm, moist cloth prior to bedtime.
  4. Always treat your eyes and eye contour area with the utmost care. Remove eye make-up with Soothing Cleansing Milk on a dampened cotton wool pad and use gentle sweeping movements from the inside to the outside corner of your closed eye.
  5. Get regular eye check-ups, and wear your sunnies and a hat.

Key Ingredients – Regenerating Eye Cream

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Field Horsetail is an ancient plant that’s very rich in minerals. In particular, they contain silicic acid, which supports connective tissue.

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Red Clover is a rich source of isoflavones which aid skin prone to premature ageing. The highly regenerative red clover extract is prepared using our own special rhythmic process.

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Sea Buckthorn’s golden-orange fruit provide vitamins C and E, carotenoids and oils rich in essential fatty acids: oleic acid (omega-9), palmitoleic acid (omega-7), palmitic acid and linoleic acid (omega-6), linolenic acid (omega-3).

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Precious Borage Seed Oil is an especially high-quality oil which is rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). Borage seed oil has one of the highest amounts of GLA in seed oils, around 24%.

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Acerola Cherry is exceptionally high in vitamin C. Extracts are used for their antioxidant, skin-protecting and fortifying properties.

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Quince Seed extract is characterised by particularly good skin compatibility as well as soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. It also helps the skin to retain moisture.

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Daisy is another highly regenerative plant. In combination with other plants, it aids against blocked pores, intensifies the metabolic activity of the skin and helps make the skin more permeable for other beneficial botanical substances.

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Birch is known for its purifying and detoxifying effects.

Our biodynamic medicinal plant gardens
Our biodynamic medicinal plant gardens

Since 1967, Dr. Hauschka has been devoted to creating skin care formulations from Nature. Our efficacy is based on our unique skin care philosophy, unique rhythmic process and the highest quality natural ingredients with a preference for biodynamic, organic or responsibly wild harvested sources. The result: healthy, balanced, strengthened and radiant skin!

Dr. Hauschka Quality

  • Authentic natural and organic cosmetics, certified to NATRUE and/or BDIH standards
  • Free from synthetic fragrances, dyes and preservatives
  • Free from mineral oils, parabens, silicone, phthalates and PEG
  • We do not test on animals, we test on happy to help out human volunteers
  • Wherever possible, all raw materials come from controlled organic or Demeter cultivation and are recovered under fair conditions

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Elisabeth Sigmund – Chapter 11

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Dr. Hauschka Esthetician Training

In 1971, Elisabeth Sigmund began teaching cosmeticians the special treatment method which she had developed and tested in her beauty salon in Sweden.

There are now around 800 Dr. Hauschka Estheticians working in Germany, with an additional 800 around the world. Qualified cosmeticians receive further training to become Dr. Hauschka Estheticians. In addition to the Dr. Hauschka Classic Treatment, they also offer many variations. The Dr. Hauschka Treatment is still based on Elisabeth Sigmund’s methods.

Initially, Elisabeth Sigmund did not actually want to train others to perform the skin care treatments with lymph stimulation and facial exercises as she was worried that the trainees could use what they had learned incorrectly. Finally, the cosmetician Anneliese Horn talked her around.

Lymph stimulation with brushes
Lymph stimulation with brushes

From the first ever Dr. Hauschka Esthetician …

In 1970, Anneliese Horn completed a cosmetics course in her home es of Stuttgart. After many months of training in conventional cosmetics, she left the course with rosacea, a skin disease. Her anthroposophic family doctor had heard about the new ‘WALA skin care’ and recommended that if she wanted to work as a cosmetician, she should use their products. Anneliese Horn got in touch with Elisabeth Sigmund through WALA. After thinking about it for a few months, Elisabeth Sigmund agreed and trained Anneliese Horn as the first ever Dr. Hauschka Esthetician in January and February 1971 during several weeks of one-on-one lessons.

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… to a trainer

As Dr. Hauschka Skin Care was still little known in the early 1970s, Anneliese Horn’s beauty salon was slow to take off. Elisabeth Sigmund, therefore, suggested that she should go to trade fairs and conventions for WALA and give presentations on skin care at health food stores. After Elisabeth Sigmund had trained several more cosmeticians, she also started referring interested candidates to Anneliese Horn, who took over the Dr. Hauschka Esthetician Training from 1975.

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Organic Castor Oil

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Castor bean plant (Ricinus communis) harvest

Castor oil is a moisturising component in a variety of Dr.Hauschka Skin Care products and forms the basis of Dr.Hauschka Bath Essences. When WALA (producers of Dr. Hauschka) decided to transition to certified organic castor oil, it was discovered that this raw material was not available in organic quality anywhere in the world. But this could be changed, WALA raw materials purchaser Christine Ellinger said to herself in 2005, and began activating her contacts to organic farmers in India and to Satvik, an Indian non-governmental organisation (NGO).

A motivated group of ecologically minded Indian farmers founded a NGO called Satvik in 1995. Its initial aim was to promote rain-fed farming, a method suited to the ecology of the arid Kutch region of northern India. After a strong earthquake killed at least 20,000 people in this district in 2001 and many survivors were struggling to maintain their livelihoods, it became all the more important to switch over to a method of farming that is less cost intensive and at the same time preserves or even improves soil fertility. Satvik’s efforts became more important than ever.

Farmers' meeting in the Kutch district. Shailesh Vyas from the NGO Satvik advising farmers engaged in organic farming.
Farmers’ meeting in the Kutch district. Shailesh Vyas from the NGO Satvik advising farmers engaged in organic farming.

The first certified organic castor oil

When Christine Ellinger, an ecotrophologist and agricultural scientist, approached Satvik with her question about organic castor oil in 2005, she came at exactly the right time. The farmers were already following organic criteria in their production, but had not yet received official organic certification. By providing financial support for Satvik’s advisory function as well as the benefit of WALA’s many years of experience, the company was able to help obtain organic certification for the entire castor oil plant cultivation and processing chain from the Institute for Market Ecology (IMO). This independent certification body tests ecological aspects of products, agriculture, processing, import and commerce for compliance with EU organic regulations. 2005 marked the beginning of a longstanding partnership that led to the world première of certified organic castor oil.

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Castor Plant

My dream is to process only organically cultivated castor beans

Nanalal Satra, owner and managing director of Castor Products Company in Nandgam in India’s Kutch district, has been in contact with WALA since 2005. Christine Ellinger’s enquiry prompted Satvik to initiate contact between WALA and Nanalal Satra. Since 2007, his oil pressing facility has been producing cold-pressed castor oil from the organically cultivated castor beans that he purchases from organically certified farms in the region – for a price that is 15 to 18 percent higher than that of conventionally grown castor beans. He was so enthusiastic about the organic production methods that in 2009 he set up another production line, certified by IMO, which is used exclusively for the production of organically certified castor oil. Nanalal Satra has used the increased revenues from the sales of organic castor oil to set up recreation rooms for his workers, to support farmers in transitioning to organic cultivation and receiving certification, and to make it possible for the farmers to cook using biogas. Fifty farmers have already received financing for biogas systems – which provide a family with one cow enough fuel to cook all their meals. In the arid, almost treeless Kutch region, this is a blessing.

The village of Jadsa whose inhabitants belong to the region's native tribes.
The village of Jadsa whose inhabitants belong to the region’s native tribes.

Financial independence as a main goal

Today the agricultural land of a good 140 families has been organically certified. They grow around 277 tons of castor beans on approximately 1,175 hectares of land – ensuring a regular source of supplementary income. Nanalal Satra’s oil production of 60 tons per year now far exceeds the demand from WALA, allowing him to cooperate with several different trading partners. “This is in our interest as well”, says Christine Ellinger. After all, a major goal is to encourage and support industries in structurally disadvantaged areas until they become stabile and self-sustaining – and help the people of the region to achieve financial independence and improved social conditions. In addition to business advice, the NGO also runs health and education programmes. When Christine Ellinger visits, she also pays attention to the development of the community. The last time she was there, Nanalal Satra proudly showed her the improved recreational rooms for his employees. Christine Ellinger’s happiness is written on her face. Encounters between different cultures can bear a variety of fruits.

Transport sacks for castor beans with organic label and serial number help to ensure that certified organic produce arrives at the oil press.
Transport sacks for castor beans with organic label and serial number help to ensure that certified organic produce arrives at the oil press.

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First Organic Mango Butter Worldwide

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Mango fruit

Although mango butter is an important raw material for cosmetics manufacturers, it has never been available in organic quality. That is, until Dr. Hauschka set the wheels in motion for a raw materials project in India. Both the project and the raw material passed the testing stage, meaning that Dr. Hauschka will now use only organic mango butter for its products. Sourcing this valuable raw material in organic quality is expensive but Dr. Hauschka believes the cost is worthwhile.

Christine Ellinger – a raw materials purchaser at WALA which produces Dr. Hauschka Skin Care products – is the driving force behind organic mango butter.

WALA’s aim is to expand organic farming worldwide, i.e. farming without pesticides or artificial fertilisers.

As Christine Ellinger says: “Organic farming benefits both people and their natural surroundings.” She found it hard to believe that, although mangoes were already being grown in ecologically certified quality, the fruit’s valuable stones were not being put to good use. As she explains: “Some of the organic mangoes on the market are sold as fresh fruit, but most of it reaches consumers in the form of juice or dried fruit.” This leaves the skin and the stone – and the stone is the very part of the fruit that interests Christine Ellinger, as the stones within contain valuable raw materials for skin care.

Mango cultivation
Mango cultivation

Organic mango butter – a processing project

Mangoes grow in many different parts of the world. Christine Ellinger travelled around different continents meeting potential business partners until she found the right one in 2008: Nanalal Satra, Managing Director of the Castor Products Company in India, which has already been producing organic cold-pressed castor oil for WALA for several years. “Nanalal Satra understood immediately what we needed”, says Christine Ellinger. In spite of this, it took some time to clear up the many questions associated with organic mango butter production. Christine Ellinger’s project was leading her into uncharted territory and there were many questions to be answered. For instance, how to extract the mango seeds from the mango stone. Or how to extract the mango butter from the seeds. Or how to ensure that the mango butter remains stable without using artificial preservatives? As Christine Ellinger reports: “In the beginning, we didn’t know what quantity of fruit was necessary to produce the amount of organic mango butter we required.” With a view to finding this out, the first processing attempts took place in 2009.

Drying of mango stones
Drying of mango stones

In order to obtain the mango butter, the stones first need to be dried in the sun for a number of days. Following this, the stones can be cut open by hand and the seeds removed for further drying. Quite a challenge, given that the rainy season begins shortly after the mango harvest. Because of this, it is usually necessary to dry some of the seats completely in ovens. In order to minimise the amount of non-renewable energy used, Nanalal Satra and WALA looked to solar energy. “We commissioned a study to ascertain the best way to dry seeds using solar energy”, says Christine Ellinger. As soon as all of the seeds are dry, they are sent by ship to Germany, where the valuable organic mango butter is extracted from them. WALA’s aim is to source the mango butter directly from India, so that a greater part of the value-adding process remains in the country. And even at this early stage, significant value has been added, given that the stones are no longer discarded or burnt, but are processed instead. The benefit for Nanalal Satra is that he can employ an extra 40 seasonal workers for the purpose of extracting the organic mango stones.

Mango butter – raw material with a melting texture

Mango butter has a similar consistency to cocoa butter. It nourishes the skin, providing it with various fatty acids and helping to keep it soft and supple. Mango butter also helps to reduce fine lines and is particularly effective at treating rough skin. It even provides light protection against UV rays. Mango butter is also edible and is used, among other things, to make chocolate.

Mango tree
Mango tree

Mango butter at Dr. Hauschka

The following Dr. Hauschka products contain organic mango butter:

Firming Mask: smoothing, firming intensive care for dry/mature skin that’s losing tone
Daily Hydrating Eye Cream: light and rapidly absorbed, moisture-retaining and smoothing eye care that helps to prevent fine lines
Lip Gloss 01 Rose 
Lip Gloss 04 Cherry

Mango butter
Mango butter

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