An organic skin care range for pregnancy, babies and sensitive skin, it was founded by Jennifer Feltham, blossomed from her desire to use only natural products on her own children Mia and Dominic.
Dominic suffered with severe eczema from a very early age, and Jennifer couldn’t find any products that worked, that didn’t contain steroids, so she decided to make some herself.
With a passion and love for all things natural she began creating creams and balms in her own kitchen. This continued until she perfected the formulations that launched the Mia & Dom product range earlier this year.
We were sent some Organic Soothing Skin Salve. Aimed at all age groups, this action packed salve is ideal for any dry, sore and itchy skin – without the sting.
Small enough to fit in your change bag, we have used it on dry skin, cradle cao and my own chapped hands and we couldn’t be more pleased.
Washing my hands all the time from nappy changing to touching animals, my hands do take a battering, especially my thumbs which, at times can be so rough, they can snag tights.
Every time they felt sore, I used a tiny bit of the Organic Skin Salve and, while I don’t think I will ever be cured of rough hands as a farmer’s wife, they are the best they have ever been.
I hate to compare things, but we have used it in a similar way to how you would use tiger balm-chapped skin, grazed knees and everything in between.
It has a smell that I just can’t put my finger on (not literally obviously after it cured my chapped thumbs). Almost a bit citrus or leafy but it is a pleasant scent and one which I am now pleased to include in my family’s skin care regime.
There are ranges for mums-to-be, new mums, babies, skincare and then the items like the skin salve that transcend categories and can be used for everyone.
Reasonably priced, Mia and Dom also do gift sets which would be perfect for Christmas presents.
To find out more, visit http://miadomskincare.com/
*We were sent the pot of Organic Soothing Skin Salve for the purpose of this review but all opinions are my own.