Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Mulit Healing Balm Review and Giveaway

I was so excited to try this healing balm as soon as I got it in the mail.  As a lot of you know, I have been battling eczema with my son for a long time.  Things help it but nothing really seems to get rid of it except a steroid cream given by his doctor.  Now, I don't know about you, but I HATE using steroids on my son.  Even though my husband says it isn't that bad...I just hate it.  So, I decided to give this healing balm a test.  My son was itching really bad at his eczema and I put this on it.  It seemed like instant relief for him.  He immediately stopped itching.  I will not say that it completely took the eczema away (I would probably have to use a product for over a month with how bad it is) but it definitely relieves the itchiness of having this condition.

I then decided to try this for myself.  It says that it can help with muscle pain, so I decided to try it on my lower back.  I have to admit that it did relieve the pain!  It is awesome that one balm can help more than one person in the family.  Some other things that it should help are acne, dermatitis, stings, thrush, cold sores, inflammation, anti septic, cracked heals, booboos, small cuts and grazes, minor infection, cradle cap, mosquito bites, rashes, psoriasis, anti bacterial, scratches, minor burns, dry hands and bruises.  That is A LOT of uses just for one product!  Definitely something you would want in your medicine cabinet! 

Here are some words from the makers of this product: 
As a mother of four children, creator, Jodee Reid understands that all kids hurt themselves and as a parent we worry about how to treat minor skin injuries and prevent them from becoming bigger issues.From bruises to skinned knees and grazes Moms and Dads know that keeping the area clean and speedy healing is important.Multi Healing Balm cleans, heals and protects broken skin with its antiseptic and anti inflammatory properties.Made with New Zealand's native essential oils; Manuka and Kanuka which were used in traditional Maori medicine to 'heal' and known for their anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties makes Multi Healing Balm a perfect first defense against normal childhood skin injury.Quick and easy to apply in a 50ml tube Multi Healing Balm can be conveniently kept on hand in the home, car, purse or diaper bag - available when and where you need it.Multi Healing Balm can be used in so many instances including for diaper rash, itchy skin (mosquito bites, chicken pox, and minor eczema), bruising, minor cuts and scrapes and more.Multi Healing Balm is owned and operated by New Zealander Jodee Reid, a qualified esthetician, savvy business women and mother of four.  One of her children is Matisse Reid who captured the hearts of New Zealand's public due to a rare medical condition that meant she required a rare multiple organ transplant in the United States.  Jodee and her family now reside in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where her daughter continues to receive treatment.Despite the challenge of caring for an ill child, Jodee is a passionate and driven business woman who has established a loyal customer base and range or products including the BabyBaby range that they are continually developing to meet the demands of consumers.


  1. I learned it was created in 2002 after successfully using Manuka and kanuka oils in her (Jodee Reid) beauty clinic for clients following red vein removal and electrolysis.
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  2. I learned it can be used for just about anything! THis would be awesome to have esp for the bug bites since dd ends up with them all the time it seems!
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