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Favorite Foot Balm!

Bert and Bennett's loves this plant-based foot balm for dry feet. You can read more about it on their website here:
https://www.weleda.com/products
It is available for purchase at health food grocery stores or online at Amazon.com 
https://www.amazon.com/Weleda-Foot-Balm-Creme-2-6/dp/B000V3O6JM


Why Choose Weleda Skin Care?

Since 1921, Weleda has pioneered the use of wild-crafted (from wild plants), organic and biodynamic farming principles in our NATRUE-certified natural personal care products whenever possible to promote harmony and health. We believe the closer we are to nature, the more our bodies work in harmony. Our finest ingredients are cultivated by the loving hands of dedicated farmers throughout the world. We create premier, nourishing personal care that captures the power and potency of nature. When you care for your skin with our plant-rich preparations, you experience a vitality that only nature can bring.

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  1. Dr. Ruldolf Steiner collaborated with one of the first women physicians in Europe, Dr. Ita Wegman, and a team of scientists. In 1921, they created the first synergistic products orchestrated to reconnect the body with its natural rhythms.

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