Mālayā Organics, 100 percent Natural Luxury

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Recently, while wandering the Bleecker Street Indoor Market in NYC’s Greenwich Village I stumbled upon Mālayā Organics, a 100 percent natural luxury beauty brand. With their mantra, “Love yourself and the skin you’re in!” they handcraft all of their formulas using only pure organic and ethically sourced ingredients of the highest quality.  That means no harsh synthetic additives.  I was swiftly taken in by the ethereal bouquet of their all natural lavender candles.  Upon further lingering however, I discovered their artisanal skincare line.

As a result of their deep commitment to clean production, all Mālayā Organics products are handcrafted in small batches.  “We believe skincare should balance and restore skin, the same way food restores bodies. The skin is the body’s largest organ and caring for it well promotes healthy function, appearance, resilience, and a youthful glow. By using the purest ingredients, we reduce exposure to harmful, unnecessary chemicals and help decrease their impact on the environment.” says the company’s Founder, Katya Slepak.

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As many of us here on the east coast gear up to battle winter, Mālayā’s light and silky formulas offer vital nutrition for our skin.  This season’s best-sellers are their Rejuvenating Face Serum and Organic Moisturizing Body Oils – all of which blend essential nutrients and work with the skin’s natural oils without depositing pore-clogging residue.  This Slepak asserts, “enables quick absorption and allows skin to breathe”.  Mālayā Organics are available in a variety of sizing options – many of which are perfect for travel.  And, if this holiday season does not find you in Greenwich Village, no worries…  you can browse Mālayā’s popular Rejuvenating Face Serum as well as their full product line on their website, Malaya Organics.

Compiled by Susan Currie

Author Susan Currie is Managing Editor at BOSTON YOGA and an Associate Editor at LA YOGA magazine. Beyond her contributions to these publications, her words and images have been featured in the Boston Globe, Elephant Journal, Yogi Times, the Huffington Post, Spirit of St. Bart’s and on the cover of the book Moving into Meditation (Shambala) by Anne Cushman. 

Susan is also the creator of the Daily Inhale and an RYT 200 registered yoga instructor. She unpacks her various professional experiences through creative (and yoga) workshops she leads throughout the country. Her new book, Once Divided (Shanti Arts 2016), a blend of visual and verse, is now available in wide release. GRACENOTES, its follow-up, will be published in 2017.