The Almond Creamy Body Lotion from the laboratory Dr Hauschka takes our senses on a journey : the delicate scent of almond blossoms reminds us of the first signs of spring, and the sensual notes of its fruit transport us to the heart of the vibrant life of an Italian summer.
The quince and marshmallow extracts regulate the skin's hydration, making it soft again.
The Cleansing Milk and Cleanser from the laboratory Dr Hauschka gently removes impurities and make-up. In the caseof sensitive skin, it can be used as the only basic cleansing care in the morning and evening.
It prepares the skin for the following steps. Its composition based on anthyllides, jojoba and sweet almond oils preserves the skin's natural hydrolipidic mantle
The Eye Contour Balm from the laboratory Dr Hauschka leaves a soft and protective film and is suitable for all skin types.
Its composition based on carrot, anthyllide, neem, silk and apricot kernel oil strengthens and smoothes the sensitive eye area, while protecting it from external aggressions beeswax Its composition based on carrot, anthyllide, neem, silk and apricot kernel oil strengthens and smoothes the sensitive area around the eyes, while protecting it from external aggressions.
WALA Heilmittel GmbH has been developing products from nature since 1935. From the very beginning of its history, the company was a pioneer in a society that was barely aware of the concept of natural products. The speed with which the technical solution was provided seems to have triggered the evolution of thought.
Rudolf Hauschka had already thought long and hard about a cosmetics line to complement his pharmaceutical range. But it was only thanks to the Viennese Elisabeth Sigmund, who created her own cosmetics from WALA products, that his ideas took shape. The cosmetologist, who was living in Stockholm at the time, went to Eckwälden and worked with the medical experts to develop formulas for facial care products. Together they developed stable cream bases without chemical or synthetic emulsifiers and created fragrances based on natural essential oils.
In 1967, the first skin care products were introduced to the market and in 1971, Elisabeth Sigmund became the first Dr. Hauschka beautician.