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All the newest people in our families and lives have to contend with a great deal. Finding ways to boost their health and immune systems just became a lot easier.
Enter Bunjie a prebiotic and probiotic innovation that is backed by science to boost baby's skin health and immune defences from birth.
Packed with microbiome-friendly formulas that support and protect the skin's natural environment Bunjie's products are 100 percent free from toxins, naturally derived, plant based and vegan.
Founders Vikki Maroulis and Lianne Keymer are the innovative thinkers behind keeping little one's skin health to the fore. Instrumental in the success of one of Australia's fastest-growing health and wellness brands are Bunjie's two down-to-earth, entrepreneurial female founders who have reimagined the world of baby skincare from their beachside homes in Sydney.
"Bad skincare ingredients and bad bacteria are the real reason behind little skin problems," Vikki said.
We're the game-changers in skin health for mini humans and we're on a mission to give every parent a new, more enjoyable, more effective, and more confident way to take better care of their baby's skin.
With a world-first combination of prebiotic, probiotic and totally toxin-free formulas to protect your baby's skin from all the nasties to keep it looking healthy, feeling happy and growing stronger every day
Driven by one simple mission - to help put an end to the epidemic and increasing development of skin conditions in baby's and infants around the world.
Leading the charge with first-to-market innovation that's set to transform the world of baby skincare globally and shape a revolutionary new way of thinking when it comes to taking care of baby's skin.
The development of a healthy skin microbiome from birth is essential to healthy skin. A damaged microbiome has been linked with all common skin problems: eczema, dermatitis, nappy rash, acne, psoriasis and even skin cancer.
"Latest research has now revealed the link between bad ingredients in everyday skincare and the enormous rise in skin problems in the western world" said Lianne Keymer.
For the first time, clinical trials have shown how the regular use of everyday cosmetic products damage the skin by disrupting the microbiome.
"We know the future of healthy skin starts from day one, when baby's skin needs our help the most." continues Vikki Maroulis.
Inspired by nephews, nieces and more mini humans than microbes in your microbiome, they rolled up their sleeves to shake things up and reimagine everything that they knew baby skincare should be. And so, Bunjie was born.
Backed byThe First 1000 Days Of Life and The Human Microbiome, Bunjie was also recognised by Mintel as having the "Most Innovative Baby Product Launches Globally".
This is the first time an Australian brand has been recognised for innovation on the world skincare stage, which is usually dominated by industry and market leaders such as Korea, Japan the USA.
Major Australian retailers, Chemist Warehouse and Priceline couldn't wait to jump onboard the "parennial" focused start-up brand who are about to shake up the shelves, locking in contracts well ahead of the brands first release date to the market.
Only 12 months from launch, giant global retailers Alibaba and Lazada are ready to launch the brand next month across China and Southeast Asian markets and plans for entry into the Korean market already well underway
This is a true Aussie-born brand taking on the world.
Bunjie is science-packed, parent-proofed and as fun and clean as it is effective:.