Vegan Dr. Hauschka Products

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Vegan Dr. Hauschka products

The ingredients of the Dr. Hauschka Skin Care are mainly of vegetable origin. Glycerol, stearic acid or other fatty ingredients are also obtained only from plant materials.

The following Dr. Hauschka products do not contain any animal ingredients:

Almond Soothing Body Cream

Birch Arnica Energising Body Oil

Blackthorn Toning Body Oil

Clarifying Clay Mask

Cleansing Cream

Clarifying Day Oil

Clarifying Steam Bath

Clarifying Toner

Eye Revive

Eye Make-up Remover

Facial Toner

Soothing Intensive Treatment

Lavender Sandalwood Calming Body Cream

Lemon Lemongrass Vitalizing Bath Essence

Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Milk

Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Oil

Melissa Day Cream

Moor Lavender Calming Body Oil

Moor Lavender Calming Bath Essence

Neem Nail & Cuticle Oil

Neem Nail & Cuticle Pen

Night Serum

Quince Hydrating Body Milk

Regenerating Body Cream

Revitalising Day Cream

Revitalising Leg and Arm Tonic

Rose Nurturing Body Oil

Rose Deodorant

Rose Nurturing Bath Essence

Sage Purifying Bath Essence

Sage Mint Deodorant

Soothing Cleansing Milk

Spruce Warming Bath Essence

Med Acute Care Potentilla

Med Sensitive Saltwater Toothpaste

Concealer 01-03

Foundation 01-07

Eye Definer 00, 01, 02, 04, 05

Light Reflecting Concealer 00

Strengthening Hair Treatment

Cultivation Projects


Roses from Afganistan

Rose Project in Afghanistan organised by German Agro Action
To provide the people of Afghanistan with an alternative to growing opium poppy, German Agro Action supports some 200 farmers in cultivating roses to produce essential rose oil. As the manufacturer of Dr.Hauschka Skin Care, WALA Heilmittel GmbH contributes not only its expertise to the project; net proceeds from the sale of Dr.Hauschka Cosmetic Bags are also donated directly to the rose project.


Scent of Roses in the Desert – IRAN

There is a scent of roses in the air. Hans Supenkämper walks with Mahdi Maazolahi between the tall willow trees silhouetted against the brilliant blue sky and the building containing the distillery to the place where the compost is maturing. The 4000-metre high mountains in the distance are still covered in snow but the two men, so different from each other, are already beginning to feel the heat of this May day. The agriculturist Hans Supenkämper, a tall, sturdy man with gentle eyes, is a WALA consultant on biodynamic agriculture who advises farmers in Iran. Today he is visiting the fields of the mountain village Mehdi Abad with the agricultural adviser of the Zahra Rosewater Company, Mahdi Maazolahi, to appraise the compost started the previous autumn.


Shea Butter Burkina Fas

In 2001 WALA Heilmittel GmbH began supporting a shea butter project in Burkina Faso. In this project, women in several villages within a protected, certified organic collecting area for shea (or karité) nuts produce raw shea butter (beurre de karité) in the traditional manner. For many families the sale of shea butter is an important source of income. WALA helps to preserve these village communities by purchasing the shea butter from the villages at above-average prices and giving long-term purchase guarantees. Through the project the villages receive financial, advisory and organisational assistance with obtaining organic certification. In August 2004 the second main inspection for organic certification took place, which means that the project has reached a further milestone.