Who We Are

Handmade Fever started off with a mum interested in making traditional soap! After learning to make natural handmade soap and trying it on herself and her children she was amazed with the results! In particular, when she used the soap on her 3-year-old little boy who suffered with eczema, she noticed that exzema disappeared! She had used all the prescribed creams and bath liquids from her GP and her local pharmacy but it only worked for a bit and as soon as she stopped using those products, eczema seemed to come back with a vengeance! This is when she realized that the issue was the products that used chemicals whether prescribed or not and for her son who had sensitive skin, it was causing eczema. From then on, over the years she started working on all products that she and her family could use that were all natural…. from handmade perfume, deodorant, shampoo bars and even hair conditioners and was amazed at the results. Mum realized that natural best for her, her family and for the human race!

Why Shop From Us

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We believe that anything you put on your skin, you should also be able to eat, that shows it is natural. If it can’t be eaten then why should it go on the skin as it takes 20 minutes for the skin to absorb anything we put on it! So as far as possible, natural products should be used whether it is a Body Butter, Body Powder or a Deodorant! So, no chemicals, no solvents, no toxins and no synthetic preservatives!

Handmade in the UK

All products are made in the UK in small batches to ensure they are kept fresh and have a longer shelf life. We also believe in making all our products in the UK and hence giving jobs to local people and doing our bit to help the British economy grow.

Cruelty Free

We believe products should not be tested on animals even if they are natural! Therefore, when we are formulating products, we test them on ourselves first to make sure we are entirely happy with the product.

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Plastic Free

As far as possible, we try to minimize the use of plastic and the reason for this is because plastic stays in the environment for a long time, which threatens wildlife and spreads toxins. Plastic also contributes to global warming and is made from chemicals that come from the production of planet warming fuels (gas, oil and even coal).

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Finally, all our products are mostly vegan apart from a few products that use honey. Even our handmade balms are vegan using Calendula wax! All our products have the ingredients listed on the label so please read these just to make sure you are entirely happy in it being totally vegan before purchase.

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Safe Products

All our products are checked by accredited chemists before we start selling them to the general public. This ensures that they are safe for us but also for the general public and meet all safety regulations.

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We believe in keeping our products as low in cost as possible. Just because they come from natural products and are handmade, they shouldn’t be a luxury but affordable so everyone can experience the joys of using natural products that don’t have harsh chemicals in that can cause all sorts of problems in the long-term. For instance, parabens have been found in high concentrations in breast cancer tissues. They are widely used even though they are known to be toxic.

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Our Ingredients

So what products did mum start experimenting with that were natural and are still used today?
Our natural products include the following:

Benefits: It helps skin retain moisture, which makes it soft and smooth. Since it’s loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents, it may also keep your skin supple.

Benefits: Cocoa butter is rich in natural plant compounds called phytochemicals. These substances may improve blood flow to the skin and slow skin aging by protecting against damage from the sun’s harmful UV rays. One common use of cocoa butter is to smooth scars, wrinkles, and other marks on the skin.

Benefits: It may help to moisturize your skin, relieve inflammation, accelerate wound healing, and treat acne.

Benefits: It may help to moisturize and cleanse regardless of skin type. It contains vitamin E, anti-oxidants, and compounds such as squalene and oleocanthal which may prevent aging and repair skin damage. Olive oil is non-toxic, anti-microbial, and hypoallergenic.

Benefits: It may help soothe and hydrate your skin and hair.

Benefits: It may help reduce the symptoms of dryness. In skincare formulations, evening primrose oil has emollient properties, meaning it helps soften and smooth the skin, improving the skin’s overall texture.

Benefits: It may help with its moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. It can help to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, restore luster to the hair, minimize dark circles around the eyes, and combat acne.

Benefits: It has anti-inflammatory properties which may help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable.

Benefits: It protects sensitive, dry and mature skin and can help to strengthen the skin’s immune system. Peach Kernel Oil smooths and hydrates the skin, improves skin elasticity and leaves a soft and supple feel.

Benefits: It contains a wealth of vitamins, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids that can help nourish and hydrate your skin. It may also reduce the visible signs of aging and help clear up scarring. Rosehip oil is also known as rosehip seed oil.

Benefits: It acts as a moisturizer to reduce and prevent dry skin. It reduces the flakiness and the anti-inflammatory properties of Vitamin E oil soothe irritated skin.

Benefits: The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.

Benefits: It may help to moisturize your skin, not only because it contains triglycerides, but because it draws moisture from the air. It also features ricinoleic acid, a fatty acid that helps to smooth the skin.

Benefits: It may help heal wounds, stimulate collagen formation, reduce post-acne scars and minimise skin inflammation. It works as a natural alternative to heal the skin tissue from within and simultaneously reduces hyperpigmentation and scars.

Benefits: It may help enhance skin’s texture, tone, overall appearance, and quality. By working to effectively eliminate whiteheads, blackheads, and ultimately acne, Safflower Oil reduces signs of blemishes while preventing future breakouts.

Benefits: Applying the wheat germ oil mixed with any carrier oil on the face in a circular motion may help reduce dryness. Excessive dryness can be a leading cause of dry and dull skin and wheat germ oil usage makes the skin soft and glowing.

Benefits: It has both antibacterial and anti-fungal properties and is great at reducing inflammation and calming skin. Moringa oil is also high in antioxidants, so it’s able to repair the skin and protect it from environmental damage too.

Benefits: It has antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that might make it useful in healing wounds, soothing eczema, and relieving diaper rash.

Benefits: It protects the skin’s barrier and improves overall texture. Plus, if you’re struggling with eczema, psoriasis or chronic dry skin, argan oil may help in this area too.