Thank you Tasha of Miöja for the generous selection of your superb products to immerse myself in over the next while. Delivered to me by the divine Scarlet Nguni, I know now that ‘trying them will give me exactly what I need.’ It already has. Much gratitude and excitement.

Appropriately described as pure, natural, beautiful skincare, I have been using them for over two weeks now and can’t get enough. I want to breath them in and am very guilty of using more than my fair quota per application.

The cleanser, mask and day cream are a treat and I have taken myself away from a big international brand to use Miöjawith great result. The skin polish does exactly that and the recovery oil is much needed in my world of bumps and scrapes.

Proudly South African and organic, Mioja relies on plant extracts and minerals from the earth to nourish the body and aid in healing and regeneration. As Tisha says, ’True health encompasses not only our physical body but also our energetic bodies and all Miöja products contain vibrational remedies that draw on the perfect balance that can be found in nature; a blueprint for mental, emotional and spiritual harmony.’

Its as though it were made just for me …

It feels good to be using a South African skincare product that smells of heaven, makes my skin feel like silk and is NOT tested on animals. It truly does bring about a balance between the physical and the emotional. And the packaging is amazing!

I invite you to look at their website for more about Tasha’s philosophy and the significance of her growing brand. Also what the three different colours represent. All products are available on their online store and they are currently running some good specials. Do give them a try. I have no doubt that you will be converted, as I am.

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