I Used Weleda Skin Food as a Hair Mask...and This is What Happened.

I Used Weleda Skin Food as a Hair Mask...and This is What Happened.

We all know (and love) the social-climber of the skincare world—Weleda Skin Food. From the top shelf of the Posh Spice to the top shelf of Target, this multi-use, thick, dreamy wonder has taken the world of skincare by storm.

One wash day, I was Marie Kondo-ing my beauty shelf and placing my products in color order (as one does,) and I had an idea—if Skin Food does so many wonders for the skin, what could it do for hair? Knowing mayonnaise is an acceptable hair mask among most of society, I decided I really had nothing to lose—so I warmed up a handful of the citrus-y pomade and covered my damp hair with it.

I threw it up into a tight bun with the plan to brush it out the rinse the leftover product out in 10 minutes. But it Never actually came to that. 10 minutes had passed and I let down the bun, and brushed through my hair—expecting tangles, and maybe some thick areas where the SF had settled. What I got was unbelievably soft and silky hair, free of residue, that had absorbed Weleda’s magic with no need to rinse. I woke up the next day to silky, shiny, soft, and defined curls…which literally never happens. Two days later, I’m still shocked.

Dramatic story short, use Weleda’s Skin Food in your hair. It’ll thank you.

All love, all the time.

- han

life of un-justification

life of un-justification