In love with: Weleda One-Step Cleanser & Toner

If you pop by here often you’ll know I’m all sorts of mad for a multi-tasker, especially one that comes from the clever types at one of my favourite beauty companies.
Weleda’s One-Step Cleanser & Toner is exactly that: a multi-use skincare product with the ability to remove makeup, deeply cleanse, clarify and perfect skin with absolutely zero nasties and the credibility of coming from one of the world’s oldest all natural brands.
As the active ingredient, Witch Hazel extract goes to work immediately on all skin types (bonus!), soothing and caring while refining enlarged pores. Witch Hazel (AKA Hamamelis Virginiana) is high in tannins and known for its astringent, anti-inflammatory and strengthening properties, and when used correctly definitely won’t dry your skin out. When applied directly to the skin it can help reduce swelling, repair broken skin and fight bacteria, and this beautiful product is the perfect example of how great it can make your skin feel when it’s present in the right combination. This baby also smells absolutely delicious, which is a real bonus when it’s one of the first products to hit your senses at some ungodly hour of the morning!
Designed to be the cornerstone of the Weleda range, the company say that in an ideal world the One-Step Cleanser & Toner would be followed up by the correct skincare path for your skin type using the Weleda Facial Care range best suited to you - Regenerating Pomegranate, Smoothing Wild Rose, Soothing Almond or Hydrating Iris – but I’m already reaping the benefits using it all on its own. Love this!
To locate your nearest stockist visit the Weleda website here.


  1. Hi Helene

    I was down in Havelock North 2 weeks ago and visted the Weleda Farm and shop. I brought this cleanser/toner product there as well as a sleep remedy. Funny that this product gets mentioned today..snap! I agree the smell is wonderful and the lady in the shop really was knowledgable about all of the Weleda products.


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