Beauty is a process and we at Nourish Mantra understand that, hence each of our creations is
tailored to rejuvenate and recuperate the skin with utmost care and sensitivity, without the rush.
At Nourish Mantra, our ethos is rooted in these principles of beauty
External beauty. The suppleness of our skin, the bounce in our hair, the sheen of our nails, all of it contributes to the beauty of roopam.
Inner beauty. This refers to inherent traits such as a good nature, strength of character, & intelligence that makes us attractive people
Lasting beauty. When one achieves a perfect balance of roopam and gunam, one achieves vayastyag or beauty that is timeless and ageless.
We believe in Slow Beauty
Beauty is more than skin deep. The largest organ in the human body mirrors not just its health but that of your body, mind, and soul. Our mantra of nourishment hence encompasses physical, mental, and emotional aspects, and that is exactly why we hold Slow Beauty so close to our hearts. Holistic in nature, this kind of beauty unfolds from more than what is applied externally. From the interactions with yourself and the people around you. From the palates you have tasted and the places you have explored. From the little pleasures and the happiness earned in life. Thus, propelling you forward towards what you truly seek – a conscious, connected life
Mantras we live by
That’s how our values are reflected in our products.
Recreating ancient Ayurvedic
formulations for modern living.
Focused on self-care and
No harmful chemicals. Ever.
Not tested on animals.
Give back mantra.
Supporting causes we are passionate about.
Yoga & Ayurveda
Ayurveda and Yoga share a common birthplace in ancient Vedic systems, While it is popular in the modern world as a fitness pursuit involving asanas and gentle physical exercises, Yoga encompasses a lot more. Like Ayurveda, it rests on holistic wellness, of the mind, body, and spirit. The two share a symbiotic relationship – Ayurveda lays out appropriate recommendations that help make the most of Yoga practice. Yoga, in turn, supports it with the psychological and spiritual bases necessary to unleash the true potential of healing and rejuvenation for overall well-being.