Best moisturisation with intense care for your skincare apply whenever you feel the need for extra support and
comfort. Sumptuous oils blended with best in class butter making your skin tender soft to the touch. This is care for the best treatment for ageing skin.
The difference between Mary Jean® is how much butter we use in our formulations.
Use too much of one butter and the result is a slow absorbing tacky, sticky moisturiser. We use a lot but
not so much to cause problems. Numerous lighter oils blended expertly ensure
even distribution and absorption.
Targeted care for your hands and body, 1 muscle and joints. Receive the best moisturisation to reduce inflammation and
stress of the skin. The balms are uniquely formulated each addressing a problem or concern full of antioxidating vitamins
and fatty acids working to protect your skin.
Shea, a luxury Skincare Ingredient
Easily absorbed, quickly without any greasy after-effect
Shea moisturising butter is best for repairing dry damaged skin
regenerates and soothes your skin protecting it from ultraviolet (UV) damage and wind shear
an excellent emollient, one of the best natural emollients in fact
rich in antioxidants ― vitamins A, E, F, and others
Allergy Free Balm
A little less in the allergy-free, no fragrance balm as you are looking for something
quick-absorbing and Sunflower, at 45% leaves 33% for the Shea. Cocoa, of course, is a nice little addition!
Muscle Massage Balm
Our muscle massage balm has
42% Shea for maximum moisturisation. Once absorbed easily with Apricot and Macadamia any tension may ease due to the very fact of Lavender essential oil.
Finally, the last balm is the
hand and nail rescue balm with
just 14% of Shea, but let us not forget the 20% Sweet Almond quickly, cleanly your skin and nails absorb this Shea & 39% Mango.
As you can see from our range of balms, each one is unique and expertly designed to cater to one
problem or another you are bothered with.
The allergy-free, natural fragrance balms, in particular, each is multi-purpose serving as a massage balm for the most
delicate of skin. You'll find suitable for yourself as a breast and nipple massage balm healing dry cracked skin,
safe for your baby to continue breastfeeding.
Our other balms, of course, are self-evident in their purpose.
Certified organic ingredients for your peace of mind and wellbeing
Natural Spotlight on Shea Butter
We use Shea butter throughout our entire product range as it is so good to work with. Having excellent
skincare benefits and is readily available, this is a truly high yield sustainable fruit.
1. Dry Skin
The fatty acids found in this butter are nourishing for dry skin, incredibly rich and smooth a little
goes a long way to repair and heal your skin. Shea is suitable for use on all of your body but especially for
cracked heels, elbows and hands.
2. Stretch Marks
Minimise stretch marks after giving birth by using Shea to help moisturise your skin daily during and
throughout your pregnancy.
With vitamin A found in this natural butter, it helps to keep your skin supple meaning your skin manages
better as your skin stretches as your bump grows.
As a natural anti-inflammatory Shea can help with several skin conditions. Eczema is one of them you'll
notice an easing of. This and other related conditions benefit from Shea after application.
So good for your skin is Shea it is excellent for babies skin as well.
Use to soothe any form of a rash condition. The best butter as it melts on contact with body heat meaning there
is no greasy residue afterwards absorbs so easily.
5. Insect Bites
With insect bites, itchy skin is common with redness and irritation. Use Shea, as a natural
anti-inflammatory, it can help reduce itching and swelling and stress of the skin.
6. Dark Hair
Can help make your hair feel softer and more manageable. Due to the fatty acids found in Shea butter,
use regularly to repair and protect your hair. Not suitable for fine hair.
7. Itchy Scalps
Shea can help calm and restore balance for an itchy, irritable scalp. Regular use can reduce the flaking of
skin and dandruff.
Supporting Women Ethically
Shea is naturally sustainable, each tree capable of producing hundreds of fruit seed every season
for as long as 200 years.
Ethically sourced from Ghana our Shea butter funds a better life for the women who farm and process
Your purchase today of any of our quality organic body balms contributes to their farming lifestyle
Most body balms formulated without a Glycerin and water base tend to be heavy on the skin. This means they tend to be slow absorbing but not our
With large portions of aromatherapy massage oils. Shea, Cocoa and Mango melt into your skin soaking deep through to the dermis for maximum
Our balm will not stay on your skin forming a greasy texture long after application.
best treatment for ageing mature skin
anti-inflammatory, relief from pain
moisturise, nourish dry and mature skin
excellent for damaged, chemically treated hair
firms and tones skin slows the ageing process
close match to the natural sebum of the skin
hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic oil
improves cell regeneration, for dry chapped skin
rebalances sebum production for oily skin
imparts a smooth non-greasy after-effect
easily absorbed helps form new skin tissue
healing for dry, irritatable and flaky skin
avocado oil can promote collagen synthesis
possibly protect from harmful UV radiation
use avocado oil to heal dry, brittle nails
protect skin cells from harmful UV rays
regenerate new skin cells, inhibits infection
prevents premature signs of ageing
protects skin collagen and elastin
reduces redness, skin inflammation
Sweet Almond Oil
regulates new cell growth and repair of damaged cells
reduces premature ageing and related age spots
prevents cell damage from ultraviolet (UV) rays
regulates new cell growth and the repair of damaged cells
dry damaged skin conditions slow signs of ageing
Five cold-pressed oils, Apricot, Macadmaia, Avocado, Sunflower and Sweet Almond each one
ensure rapid absorption of the raw seed butter.
We formulated with non-comedogenic oils meaning the balms will not clog your pores. This is important
because clogged pores result in the build up of sebum, dirt and other debris. The greater the build up, the
increase in possible bacterial infection.
Coconut oil can be
comedogenic, a poor choice for a "leave on" cream, lotion or balm moisturiser.
Why is Vitamin E so important?
An essential nutrient with anti-inflammatory properties vitamin E helps support the immune system,
cell function, and skin health. It is an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects
of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment.
Products containing vitamin E as an ingredient are easier to apply for overall use on skin. Problem areas that are very
dry, such as the cuticles and elbows, benefit from the inclusion of vitamin E in a skincare product.
Protecting your skin from the sun is important. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that can be effective at
reducing UV damage in the skin. And vitamin E applied helps nourish and protect your skin from damage caused by