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Body & Skin Care - Cairns Beaches

Massage Therapist | Balneo Therapist | Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist | Rehabilitation Trainer | Dr Hauschka Skin Therapist

Body & Skin Care - Cairns Beaches

We use only certified organic products in all our treatments. Dr. Hauschka skin-care products are made from natural raw materials, and wherever possible are sourced from biodynamic cultivation or harvested in the wild under controlled conditions. They preferably come from the WALA medicinal plant garden, the Biodynamic Sonnenhof farm in Germany or socially responsible cultivation partnerships worldwide and fair trade. The cosmetic products are NATURE certified as natural and organic cosmetics. Several strict criteria ensure that they frequently exceed the requirements of this traditional quality seal.

The skincare products do not take over the skin’s natural tasks, but instead offer it fortifying and harmonising stimuli to purposefully restore the skin’s natural balance. To this end, products suited to each skin condition are combined to create individual skin-care routines. The oil-free night care, which allows the skin to breathe freely and regenerate itself, is an additional unique skincare feature. The extensive overall range offers basic and special care from head to toe and reflects the brand’s holistic approach.

Knowlededge:

At WALA Heilmittel GmbH in Bad Boll, Germany, they manufacture their products in line with pharmaceutical standards. In doing so, they combine their unique wealth of knowledge of medicinal plants, which they have built up since 1935, with the latest scientific research. Every product has a special composition, with each and every ingredient contributing to the overall effect.

Processes

WALA create the formulations on the basis of extensive cosmetic and pharmaceutical expertise, many years of experience and the greatest of care. The products contain compositions of medicinal plant extracts, produced using their own special procedure, primarily though manual work. Rudolf Hauschka focused on subjecting botanical extracts to rhythmic alternation, e.g. between heat and cold, light and dark or movement and rest.