Hand Made in Dorset
Specially created for us by multi-award winning skincare experts natural skincare solutions, our skincare is hand made in small batches by Barbara and her talented team of artisan producers in Dorset, England. They use 100% natural ingredients that are organic whenever possible and they’ve been perfecting their unique formulas for baby skincare over the last 25 years. Nothing is tested on animals, and we use plastic free, recyclable packaging.
A few of our natural ingredients
Eucalyptus essential oil has been known to have anti-inflammatory & antibacterial properties. Wonderful for easing congestion.
Lavender essential oil has a very calm aroma, so is lovely to use to relax or before bed. It is also used to soothe irritated skin.
Beeswax can hydrate and soothe skin. It can also create a barrier to help seal in moisture and prevent dryness.
Calendula oil has been known to speed up the skins healing process, and as it is a gentle plant it's great for sensitive skin.
Organic Shea Butter is used to moisturise and nourish. It softens the skin giving a smooth and soft feel.
Mandarin essential oil has an uplifting, rejuvenating aroma and is thought to remove toxins from skin.
Organic arnica oil has anti-inflammatory and calming properties which can speed up the healing process and help to relax and soothe the skin.
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Organic olive oil contains many antioxidants and vitamins including A, D, E & K which can work to reduce damage and sooth irritated skin.
Nothing but natural
How we make our skincare
We use as few ingredients as possible (without any preservatives, synthetic fragrances, mineral oils or parabens), so you'll know exactly what's going on your baby or child’s delicate skin. Making the balms is a very simple process of melting beeswax, slowly and carefully adding in oils whilst heating, adding a small amount (low dilution) of essential oils, pouring and then leaving to set. And that’s it!