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QED Skincare – Face Balm


Formulated from excellent, non-toxic ingredients. Includes shea butter and hazelnut seed oil.
All QED Skincare products are vegan, cruelty-free and made of naturally derived ingredients. Locally sourced and Australian-grown ingredients are used where possible. Common fillers, parabens, sulphates and formaldehyde are excluded from QED products, which are manufactured and packaged in small batches by the Sydney-based team.
All products consist of biodegradable plant oils and are free of palm oil and microbeads. QED Skincare uses glass, aluminium or easily recyclable PET for product packaging. Their delivery processes are also eco-friendly, using tissue, boxes and compostable mailers. Furthermore they are making efforts to introduce a packaging recycling program where customers can reuse jars with refillables in an effort to reduce waste and they hope to have an instore Zero-Waste partner recycling program available by the end of the year.
Supporting others, in particular women and children, is within the QED Skincare DNA. They have actively fundraised for Royal Hospital for Women Foundation, The Cancer Council, The Heart Foundation, The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and many more. Free treatments, vouchers and product donations have been offered to many local charities, schools and hospitals by the QED Skincare team. QED Skincare is very proud to be partnered with i=change to donate $1 of every sale to 1 of 3 charities they support including: Protect a Women, Support Mental Health and Help Cancer Patients.

What our experts say...


The packaging and the product both feel luxurious. It’s a balm but it goes on thinner than you would expect, which is actually nice, and absorbs very quickly leaving the skin soft, not greasy. It feels like it supports my skin barrier. It’s lack of scent is welcome and it doesn’t seem to irritate my rosacea, dermatitis or cause redness. It also seems to be really good value, as you only need to use the tiniest amount at a time. It also doubles nicely as a lip balm and cuticle cream or an eczema cream in a pinch. I used it on my son’s flared eczema and it didn’t burn on application. The brand focuses on supporting their local community as well as local charities that help women and children. I also like that they manufacture in small batches locally and that their entire range is dedicated to sensitive skin.

–Jessica Teas


This is such a unique and gorgeous product! I have sensitive/dehydrated skin so I always lock as much hydration into my skin as possible and this does an amazing job! Also when I’ve had any irritation this does a great job of calming things down and making my skin comfortable. I love that QED Skincare, where possible, priorities local ingredients and ensures the ethical sourcing of those ingredients. Their approach to producing products in small batches is also great not only because it minimises waste but also because it ensures freshness for the consumer. It’s also great to hear that their packaging no longer contains mixed materials to make recycling easier.

–Ash Quinn


What a powerhouse cream with a simple ingredient mix! Using just 3 key ingredients, the balm melts into your skin after application. Having very sensitive skin I found it to be really calming, hydrating and very nourishing. A strong focus on supporting women and children through charitable works as well as a plant based, sustainability focus are all commendable achievements for the brand.

–Corrine Sultana

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