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Mikash Skincare – Organic Barrier Balm


Formulated from excellent non-toxic, organic ingredients. Includes organic calendula, shea butter, beeswax and olive oil.
All of Mikash’s products are made in small batches, ensuring freshness. The brand ensures they have full control over their ingredients and how they are sourced making sure it is in accordance with their own ethics. Shea butter is directly from Ghana and not through a middle man, they buy it directly from the farmers ensuring they receive all the profits. Beeswax is sourced from an Australian farmer, who supports the local indigenous community with jobs. Furthermore a high end olive oil grown in Victoria that has been tested for its medicinal grade effects is used.
Mikash has switched to screen printing which means no more labels. Furthermore Australian made bottles and closures are used and customers can reuse these bottles for years or recycle them.
Mikash Skincare barrier balms are sent to the NT indigenous community to help with dry skin. Furthermore they send hampers to charities that reach out for auctioning hampers to help raise funds.

What our experts say...


I really enjoyed the buttery, balmy texture – it makes for a great do-it-all salve that I can share with the baby. The texture created a nice fine layer of barrier on a little bottom, and I put it to double duty on sore nipples too. I also enjoy the idea of direct sourcing so as to heighten transparency and minimise the supply chain.

–Amy Starr


It is soft, silky and the packaging is really stylish. I also found it works on my baby’s cradle cap really well. I love that the brand has cut out a middle man from the supply chain and that they support Indigenous business.

–Rebecca Sullivan


You know what, I REALLY like the scent of this product, it smells amazing! I love the glass jar, but wouldn’t put it in my nappy bag though in case it broke. This product left a nourishing residue on the skin when washed off, which I liked. I really love that they support the Indigenous community in the NT – with the cost of consumables increasing rapidly it is extremely important to support our local communities.

–Samantha Gilmore

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