We’re a local business committed to producing the very best in all-natural skin care and supplements here in New Zealand. Proudly New Zealand owned, we’ve been part of the natural health industry for a while too.
In fact, our roots run deep in the amazing natural properties of the Aloe Vera plant, pioneered by renowned chemist Alan Black, back in the mid 1980’s.
So we’re delighted to use his philosophies of providing natural ingredients to optimise people's health.
Michelle Blanchard has been an enthusiastic supporter of natural health for over 20 years. With hands-on experience to draw from, Michelle’s background includes an innate understanding of natural health production as well as a natural flair for merchandising and display, qualities that saw her take on an advisory role to board members during the early 2000’s, for a leading New Zealand health company.
Many Kiwis will know her as one of the reality stars from Housewives of Auckland and as a model and actress appearing in high-profile advertising campaigns. Now, her passion for all-natural, New Zealand made wellness products sees her return to the forefront of the natural health industry.
So, expect great things as Michelle and her dedicated team add to the Black’s Health range with exciting and innovative, all-natural products that have the health and wellness of New Zealanders at heart.
At Black’s Health, we approach product development in line with Michelle’s personal values – values she stands by as essential when it comes to creating the best possible results: Natural. Sustainable. Beautiful. And effective.
100% Natural Ingredients
Reduce environmental impact
Beauty from the inside out
Scientifically-validated raw materials
Proud Sponsor of Breast Cancer CURE
With natural wellness and family health a personal passion, Black’s Health are proud to donate a percentage of every sale to Breast Cancer CURE, New Zealand’s only not-for-profit organisation established solely to find a cure for breast cancer. Michelle is committed to helping the charity find a cure for breast cancer and playing a small part in saving the lives of hundreds of women every year throughout the country.