Mayron’s Goods: Gentle (and Safe!) Skincare for the Whole Family

09/28/2010 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy of Mayron’s Goods

Although best known for her Emmy-winning role on the ’80s drama thirtysomething, Melanie Mayron is hardly one to rest on her laurels. The actress-director has since created another hit — Mayron’s Goods, a complete line of all-natural skincare for babies and their parents!

Developed with the help of her dad, chemist David Mayron, the company was conceived through Melanie’s search for a safer diaper cream for her own children. That desire became a reality when David created Mayron’s Goods first barrier and diaper cream ($12), which is free of parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate or DEA while also loaded with essential oils, vitamins, anti-oxidants and healing ingredients like beeswax and shea butter.

But baby’s bum isn’t the sole focus of Mayron’s Goods. The collection ($12 to $18) also includes all-natural hydrating body milk, body wash, massage oil and cheek and lip balm, and more. It’s no wonder Kim Raver is a fan!

To shop the full line, go to Mayronsgoods.com.

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Stacy on

I love this product line. I am the mother of 5 kids and have tried them all Mayron’s is by far my favorite. The all over wash is the best. It has a wonderful citrus smell not artificially good but naturally good from the real ingredients they put in.

ludovicah on

I’ve tried the diaper cream myself on a long haul transatlantic flight and can vouch for its effectiveness against the uncomfortable soreness and chafing we larger people can get when we have to sit still a long time. The cream doesnt feel sticky or heavy at all and has a really light, pleasant, very slightly herby scent. I’d recommend Mayron’s Goods to anyone, whether they have children or not

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