JAK Organics – SOOTHE




Safe icon SafeFormulated from excellent, non-toxic, 100% certified organic ingredients. Contains organic coconut oil, shea butter, rosehip, and jojoba oils. Suitable for newborns.



Responsible icon ResponsibleTo ensure the quality and responsibility of their products, JAK Organics have spent years hand-picking ingredients and materials to make sure that they are ethically-sourced. They use 100% sustainable, fully compostable, and biodegradable ingredients.


JAK Organics source oils from Australian organic certified suppliers, use compostable mailers, support local communities in need, such as; the Australian Bushfire Appeal, breast-feeding and new mum clubs and associations, school communities, and homeless community awareness groups.

What our experts say…

A fantastic balm that does exactly what it says – soothe! I have loved using this and noticed the hydrating results immediately. The ingredients and formulation of this product work very well in bub’s skin.

Shahrzad Kahrobai

I love that this is not packaged as a baby’s product, making it the perfect balm to keep on me for the whole family. I’ve used it on my baby’s red skin spots, as a hand and cuticle treatment, and a lip balm. This balm is so soft and easy to use – it works in nourishing and soothing both my baby’s and my own skin. I also loved the natural hessian bag it arrived in, which I now use to keep my headphones in.

Melissa Mai

A creamy balm that provides a nourishing layer of oils over the skin to protect and hydrate. My 2-year-old son has eczema and this beautiful balm spreads so easily onto his skin and has really settled down a dry patch on his wrist after a few applications. It also works as an excellent nappy balm and lip balm too.

Emily Fletcher

A wonderful multi-purpose balm that can be used as a nappy rash salve or as a skin balm. I found this really helped with healing a blister on my son’s foot. Lovely subtle scent and contains some truly nourishing ingredients including tamanu and red raspberry seed oil.

Emma Freeman

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