Mrs Mindful range was created for myself at first, as I suffer from a lot of health issues that have slowly made me have to look at every aspect of my life. I have severe allergies that cause me to have anaphylactic shocks due to alot of man-made stuff. I also suffer from a rare condition called Erythiamyalgia which has no cure, fibromyalgia, Lupus, Raynauds & Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. They are all draining in themselves but I am thankful everyday that I am alive and I can keep moving forward trying to help others, and this is why the Mrs Mindful range opened to the public.
I wanted to be able to offer a range of clean products to the public that didn't make your rob the bank! Affordability was my goal, making sure the costs are kept down and making sure our quality wasn't impacted.
Mrs Mindful is wanting to show you that self-care isn't selfish & we shouldn't feel guilty! In this day and age, we need to indulge in our self-care & stop rushing around at least once a day whether its for 5 minutes or an hour-long soak in the bath.
In today’s world, we are forever rushing around and most of the time making sure everyone else is fine but not ourselves.
If we don't look after ourselves then who will look after everyone else if we burn out?
Mrs Mindful is here to help us remember that we also deserve some self-care & so does our planet. When you use our aromatherapy blends you feel indulgent without the expensive price tag or the guilt. Whilst being safe in knowing that our range is free from
nasties. Planet care starts at home and we wanted to make sure we played a part in helping. We are environmentally friendly, vegan, palm oil-free and plastic-free plus we offer refill options!
Remember mindfulness begins with us and how we treat ourselves & our planet! We only have one!
We start with self-care and our love for ourselves and our planet all starts with us!
Pay it Forward!
I am also passionate about paying it forward and Mrs Mindful is helping a Charity based in Cape Town, South Africa. They are called Food4Futures and they provide food to families who can't afford to provide themselves or their families due to lack of work or health issues. I know from experience how tough it is in South Africa, as I grew up there and my heart will always belong there. IF you don't have a job in SA you don't have a social service that helps you out. So its thanks to people like Mary Brit who runs Food4Futures which is a privately run entity which supports 50 local families, with weekly food parcels. The recipients of food parcels range from 13 to 58 years in age and are, at worst, without any income and, at best, with very limited/ad hoc income, in their families.
They also help each person with self-growth through many different teachings and are looking for mentors to help with this.
Mary also teaches them how to make sustainable jewellery which we will be showcasing and giving you the chance to help the makers earn some money for their families.
If you would like to know anything more about them then please click on the picture and it will take you to Food4Futures website.