Weleda Skin Food Spa at LFWEthical Health & Beauty News & Features
Weleda has created a Skin Food Spa sanctuary in The Model Zone for London Fashion Week (15-19 February). It’s now the eleventh year that Weleda has sponsored the official LFW zone, where models can rest and recharge their batteries between fittings and shows.
This season, The Model Zone will be in a private location on the Strand, near Somerset House – the hub of London Fashion Week. Tucked away from the media glare, this relaxing retreat provides models with a haven where they can unwind, eat healthily, take off their makeup and enjoy a little pampering with organic skincare.
Skin Food Facials
Weleda’s experienced team of beauty therapists Megan Edwards, Nisha Jani, Amanda Bucher, Rachael Leffman, Gabriele Haynes, Sarah Morgan, Katerina Roberts, Karon Stubbs and Joanna Wragg will offer Skin Food facials and aromatic body massages, plus natural skincare advice. Weleda homeopath Evelyn Liddell will provide holistic health consultations.
Models can book themselves in for a free Skin Food Facial – a 30-minute miracle worker. The facial skincare routine is designed to restore radiance to tired or stressed skin using Weleda Skin Food as a moisture-boosting face mask. It’s the perfect treatment for LFW models during a demanding week of shows, presentations, castings and photo-shoots.
The new Skin Food collection
Weleda will also be introducing their newly launched Skin Food Collection, adding to the original Skin Food with a super-hydrating Skin Food Light, protective Skin Food Lip Balm and a wonderfully luxurious Skin Food Body Butter, which will be available from March 2019.
This season’s Model Zone goody bag will contain three of Weleda’s latest launches: a Tinted Beauty Balm, Skin Food Light and Skin Food Lip Balm. There’s also a selection of fragrant travel sizes including Foot Balm, Pomegranate Hand Cream, Pomegranate Creamy Body Wash, Citrus Body Lotion and One-Step Cleanser & Toner.
Weleda Skin Food will also be working its magic backstage at scheduled LFW shows, with makeup artists choosing organic skincare to prep models’ often sensitive skin.