alert-circle-i arrow-down arrow-left arrow-up at-sign calendar clock email-84 facebook globe instagram linkedin mail marker phone location tags twitter youtube

Daisy Cow

419D5B96927Da7D9A9D87C5C27545Aa6 C02123E43E07F13B07E9E5Ed45557C91 95558D0293C7C0C130300D496Cedb3A0 0748D3Cd491Ae97948Ef3Ca1A930D7Bf Ef04088D5E023451D874E4E539F3Abae 647F2E974Bd646Dc65458B7Ad20F1431 342Db51Aa3667Ccb397D35F88Baedfdf

Contact Daisy Cow

As a massage therapist, Sue Brain always wanted to make her own natural body products. In 2007 she qualified as an aromatherapist and since then she has been working and manufacturing lotions for skin conditions.

It’s a personal cause for Sue as one of her daughters suffered from eczema and her father, who is a builder, suffered with severe cracked hands – nothing doctors prescribed seemed to work.

Sue eventually invented Daisy Cow Itch Relief which cleared up her daughter’s eczema and repaired and relieved her father’s hands so he could work again.

After the success of her Itch Relief she began to make soaps, moisturisers, exfoliating scrubs, lip balms and more, she made her soaps and moisturisers from cows milk. That’s where the name Daisy Cow Soaps came from. They use cow’s milk in their soaps and moisturisers (they don’t use powdered milk) and they only use pure essential oils, not synthetic fragrances. Daisy Cow products are free of petroleum, parabens, paraffin, perfluorochemicals, phthalates, sodium lauryl sulphate and other harmful ingredients. Nor do they use tallow and nothing they make is tested on animals.

Their products are all made on site, offering you the ‘healthy option’ without the price tag. They are a proud member of the Australian Made campaign.

Accessibility

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.