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Miss Magoo’s luscious balms and lotions are formulated with love for health (and
budget) conscious Mums and their precious little ones.
Whether you’re struggling with a nasty nappy rash, excruciating eczema or you’re just freaked out by those toxic bubble baths and baby shampoos Miss Magoo's has a safe, gentle and effective solution for you and your precious little ones.
Made with Love
- Natural, organic and full of nourishing ingredients
- Safe, effective and gentle enough for the most sensitive of skin
- Take care of nasty nappy rash, excruciating eczema and winter sniffles
- Soothing and rehydrating organic moisturisers for sleep-deprived Mums
- No toxic nasties, no animal testing — just peace of mind (and a lot of organic love)
Miss Magoo's Story
Miss Magoo’s was founded in 2014 by Queensland mum of two Stef Grech.
On maternity leave (and consequently on a budget) Stef grew frustrated by the lack of affordable and effective natural and organic skincare products for Mums and bubs.
So she whipped up a natural nappy balm for her daughter Emily (AKA Miss Magoo) using luscious natural ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter
and essential oils. It worked! Miss Magoo’s sweet cheeks became so kissably soft and peachy, that friends began clamouring for a tub of their own.
And so Miss Magoo’s Natural & Organic Skincare was born. Alongside the original Baby Bum Cream, we’ve added our extremely effective Eczema
Soother, baby massage oil and our nourishing (and affordable) organic moisturisers for sleep-deprived mums (because you shouldn’t have to
choose between taking care of yourself and taking care of a baby).