Why is the business called Mumma J’s? Because that’s what my grandkids call me, and it stuck.
I’m in this business because I love helping people, it’s in my nature and I can’t turn it off. Those in my closest circles (and my own experience) have had such great results and feedback on my products, that I want everyone to experience the same.
Natural ingredients can help protect against the sun and soothe irritated skin. Our skin is very absorbent, and chemical toxins can be destructive. It’s important to read the labels and understand what you are putting into your body. Natural and organic skincare products have stood the test of time and is often a matter of finding the one that works for you.
I have a customer who purchased healing balm late last year to help a rash on her face. She came back to me earlier this month and said she was loving the results. She then said she had another problem she wanted me to help her with. She explained her symptoms and after a check on Google, I gave her a small jar of Bedtime Balm and some Tea Tree Essential Oil. She told me she is so pleased with the results when using Mumma J’s products, she won't go anywhere else now.
They say that there’s evidence that altruism is hardwired in the brain – and it’s pleasurable. Helping others may just be the secret to living a life that is not only happier, but also healthier, wealthier, more productive, and meaningful. My passion for helping is the foundation of the Mumma J’s brand.
That’s why my product range keeps growing – because someone will talk to me about an issue they’re having, and if I don’t have something already in the range, then I’ll think about creating something new.
Personally, I have survived breast cancer and it has made me even more conscious of what not only what I’m putting in my own body, but what I recommend to my family. My values are firmly centred around health and family – so everyday this business is fulfilling those values.
Some of my products came from the cancer experience, like ‘My Oil’ for scars, scar tissue, burns and stretch marks. But the biggest result of that experience was realising that my children and my grandchildren are my world. I want to be there for them, hang out with them and be needed by them whenever I can.