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Grahams Natural Alternatives are a range of natural skincare products to help people with skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.

The Beginning

Grahams Natural began from a personal struggle of Geoff and Shannon Graham.
Geoff was reported as one of the worst cases of eczema as a 3 month old baby in the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

Having lived with this terrible condition throughout his life, it wasn't until his son Ryan was 14 months of age and was covered from head to toe with eczema that Geoff decided to do something positive about it!

That’s when Geoff and Shannon’s lifelong career of research and developing effective natural treatments began. Growing up with eczema, Geoff got to learn which ingredients worked for his eczema, and which didn’t.

The couple started mixing raw ingredients into their family home mixer.
After countless trial and errors, the first C+ Eczema and Dermatitis Cream was developed.

They then realized the cream had to be paired with a 100% oil formula for best results - so they developed the Body and Bath Oil. Geoff and Shannon applied the cream and oil to their baby Ryan and had incredible results. Ryan was no longer in pain, scratching and bleeding. 





No Secrets - Just Science

After great success with using the products at home, Geoff and Shannon went on to list their eczema products with the

Therapeutic Goods Authority (TGA) in Australia.

Geoff and Shannon continued their research into eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and rosacea.
This expanded the Grahams Natural range of products to cover various skin conditions.

A majority of these therapeutic products became registered as a Class 1 Formulated Medical Device.
The more research they did, the more they found skin conditions are not only an external problem, but also an internal one.

Geoff and Shannon continue to research skin conditions and evolve the products.

Today, Grahams Natural has established themselves as a leading skin therapeutic brand with stockists around the world. 


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