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About Our Lifestyle Brand

Mae Laine is a lifestyle brand focused on wellness, so you can rejuvenate and relax from the day to day hustle. Our collection has been created so you can have a skin to soul experience in the comfort of your own home or take as a self care treat while on holidays. 

We launched in May 2013 at a local Pokolbin, Hunter Valley winery market to see if anyone might be interested in my idea. My very first customer Melissa is still very supportive of this journey I am on. I was over moon I did something I had not achieved in life before and believed within I could really do this. So from what was then a hobby or desire use my design and creative spark, something special for not only myself but everyone, to now being stocked in stores and online across Australia and New Zealand. We have had features in some of my favourite media print press and online platforms.

Life as a small business owner can get seriously hectic, but still my favourite way to unwind continues to be running a long hot bath and dropping in a bath teabag or at times a bucket of infused salts and enjoying a little 'me' time in my bath.

All Mae Laine Bath Teabags are still hand blended to create a unique combination of pure essential ingredients: Pink Himalayan Rock Salts being our key ingredient. These salts are then carefully infused with essential oils, signature scents, sea clay & flower buds.

My brand is close to the heart and every time I look at my products, I am reminded of the meaning and purpose behind my journey.  Never stop believing that anything is possible if you have the heart & soul to follow your dreams.

One of our major business achievements was winning the recent Hunter Shark Tank live pitch to Naomi Simson and Dr Glen Richards attended in Newcastle as part of Newcastle Business Club luncheon in May 2017. Find out more about this business feature in the Newcastle Herald. Thanks to Southern Cross Austero Ten for making this possible.


Happy Soaking


Creative Founder

Mae Laine

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