MaxxByMakayla pays focus to the health of the skin both internally & externally.

MaxxByMakayla is a lifestyle brand that was established in 2015 consisting of holistic skin clinic House of Maxx and internal range MaxxBeautyTonic. We VALUE being INCLUSIVE of the COMMUNITY we live amongst, creating an EMPOWERING and POSITIVE space to challenge current beauty standards and change the narrative within the beauty industry to be one of INNOVATION and EDUCATION whilst keeping in mind to be as SUSTAINABLE as possible both environmentally and individually. 


With a team consisting of experienced Corneotherapists and Health Coach we promise to support our clients by remaining innovative to achieve sustainable skin health. We are passionate about skin and gut health and want to educate our community on how to take care of themselves through our processes touching on diet, hormones, stress, lifestyle habits and products.

For as long as I can remember, the health and beauty industries have played a major role in my life. I grew up a very sick little girl, suffering from allergies as a result to anything from foods, plants and animals, but was too young to go down the medical desensitisation route. This forced my mother, Jenny, to look at my diet and alternative therapies. Between the ages of 3 to 16 I changed my diet several times, had treatments of Kinesiology, Iridology, Naturopathy, Colonic Irrigation and N.A.E.T..

My passion for food and beauty came really young, I was cooking the family meals and creating my own beauty potions from the age of 8! However, it was the year I turned 16 that was a real defining point for me.

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Makayla Herdman



When I had my second child, I didn’t realise what a journey I would be embarking on.

Makayla was born sick, however no-one realised until she was reacting to things like immunisations, foods, clothing, body products and cleaning products. By the time she was three years old she was diagnosed with airborne anaphylaxis; grasses, dust mites and horses just to name a few! With her diagnosis I was told I had to keep her indoors until she was seven and only then could they desensitise her – WHAT A GRAM RESULT. A result I knew I had no other choice but to figure out on my own.

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Jenny Herdman