Mauli's artisan collection is natural and where possible organic. It is made in the smallest of batches to better preserve the integrity of the rare and refined ingredients.
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Mauli is a celebration of love, nature, tradition and all that makes life meaningful and worth honouring. A sacred red thread known as 'mauli' forms an integral part of India's blessing rituals. It is given to friends and family as a symbol of protection, connection and wellbeing.
All natural and organic ingredients free from synthetic fragrances, parabens, mineral oils, silicones, sulphates, propylene glycol, phthalates, GMO, PEGs, TEA and DEA. Never tested on animals. Thoughtfully presented in recyclable and re-usable packaging.
A Wish For Your Wellbeing.
Mauli intention is to offer exquisite products created with your wellbeing in mind and Mauli put passion and purpose behind every element selected and every person involved in the process. Mauli do this by seeking out the finest methods and ingredients formulated.
“Standard capsule supplements are subject to a great deal of industrial processing in order to neutralise taste and offer convenience, but this means they are harder for the body to digest and lower in nutrients. Our organic powdered superfoods deliver vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals in a form the body can recognise and process so that it gets exactly what it needs.” - Bittu Kaushal - Co-Founder Mauli.
Native Brits of Indian origin, husband and wife team Anita and Bittu Kaushal enjoyed careers in creative consulting and skincare distribution respectively, until a life changing event led them on a pilgrimage to their motherland. It was here they re-discovered the healing power of India's natural herbs and holistic traditions. So fascinated were the couple by the Vedic scriptures that Anita went onto study Ayurvedic health and nutrition and Bittu furthered his knowledge under the guidance of his father; an Ayurvedic doctor.
"We all know the value of looking after our minds and bodies with exercise, nutritious food and meditation and Mauli's anointing rituals complete the circle of wellbeing".