I struggle with concepts such as Ayuerveda when it comes to beauty products. You really have to be all-in on this idea; educated about the principles as well as willing to submit to the messaging which is (briefly) wellness and balance. Sometimes, you just want your face scrubbed. But, Mauli here seems to have created something a bit different – a product range that you can sort of grasp as having more than moisturiser behind it. To start with, I’ve tried the Mauli Radiance Mask & Exfoliant; a sandalwood, saffron and rose powder that you can add to any cleanser to give it an exfoliating effect. Or, mix with water to use as a face mask.Mauli Radiance Mask & Exfoliant
The smell of the powder, the accompanying spoon and the red and yellow thread (to symbolise a wish for wellbeing) does have an element of ritual that gives you pause for thought. Maybe that’s all it needs to do to be that moment in time where focussing on something other than the daily grind gives you a little peace. I don’t know. If that were the case, I suppose you could say that all beauty products could fall into that category.
£1 from every sale goes to children’s charities, and unusually, there’s a page on the Mauli site (HERE) that is dedicated to gratitude. That’s something a lot of beauty brands could learn from!
The Mauli Radiance Mask & Exfoliant is £32 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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