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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Aravinda's Mojo aromatherapy and color therapy bracelets

Aravinda logo.
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Therapy comes in many forms. For some, confidence comes from wearing an item of favorite clothing, or a particular color. For others, it’s the reassurance of wearing a familiar perfume which brings back good memories.

Aravinda are developing a way to combine the power of color therapy and the popularity of aromatherapy in a range of distinctive slap bracelets. Called Mojo, the range is likely to be available in four colors - orange for physical energy, green for mental health, blue for calm and violet for spiritual strength.

The idea is that the wearer would combine the two therapies by putting a couple of drops of the appropriate essential oil onto the bracelet to make the most of the effects throughout the day.

The range is currently in development, with a Kickstarter campaign planned in a few months. Potential buyers who sign up for email updates now will receive a free aromatherapy ebook and a chance to purchase their bracelet at a discounted price once available.

The bracelets are made of microfiber with a waterproof neoprene layer and a stainless steel band to give the perfect fit. The bracelets of each color are patterned in a different way in a complementary color, and carry the brand name and the sense being worked upon. Aravinda means ‘lotus’ in Sanskrit, which explains the company’s logo. The flower also provides the inspiration for the designs on the bracelets thanks to its graceful lines.

Each bracelet will come with a vial of essential oil, but for those who wish to be adventurous, there is a wealth of resources online to help choose a suitable oil to address any specific problem. The bracelets are washable with soap and water, so it would be possible to change the oil of choice.

The bracelets’ colors are based on those used to indicate the various chakras, or energy centers, of the body. In color therapy, orange relates to the sacral chakra, green is for the heart, blue helps the throat and violet is the crown of the head. Green is also the color therapists use to settle their clients. Orange promotes effective circulation and revitalizes the receiver. Blue is a relaxing color and is often used to treat nerves and insomnia. Violet is the head color, when used in therapy over the head and neck it promotes the flow of subtle energies around the body.

Aravinda hope that their Mojo bracelets will bring the worlds of aromatherapy and color therapy together in an imaginative way, offering both benefit and style to wearers. The mailing list is now open, so interested potential backers can learn more from the founders as development continues.

Aravinda logo,
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Saturday, August 1, 2015

MaxBliss bracelets - Wear it Happy

Maxbliss - Wear It Happy
Logo supplied by Maxbliss and used with permission.


Question: What combines the classic look of beads with the charity consciousness of a cause supporting wristband?

Answer: A Maxbliss bracelet.

A stylish addition to the US charity jewelry sector, every purchase of a Maxbliss custom made bracelet donates 30% of net sale value to charity. Currently the charities supported are the Alzheimer's Foundation of America and Swim Across America, which raises funds for the fight against cancer. Swim Across America is presently being promoted on the website, with the latest blog post highlighting the tie-up between the two organizations.

The bracelet costs $19.99 and is available in the original color way with bright blue-green beads and the limited edition Nantucket version which has deep purple beads. Both are superbly individual statements of charitable commitment on the part of the wearer and make unusual gifts for those friends and family who share the idealism of cause-related jewelry.

Not only does it support charity, a Maxbliss bracelet is loaded with symbolism. The yellowy-orange bead represents the sun, the blue beads the oceans, the silver bead is each person's particular happy place and the white-grey beads are the wearer’s network of friends, family and supporters. It is named for the founder's son Maxim, who was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of two.

As well as the bracelets, the range also has a fragrance diffuser to attach to your bracelet and a sports water bottle which will be in stock from the end of August. This ties in with the Swim Across America fundraising efforts. Maxbliss bracelets are available in three sizes from 6 1/2" to 7 1/2". This encompasses average wrist sizes for men, women and teens. The beads are made from turquoise, howlite and jade, (the blue beaded version) or lapis, howlite and jade (the purple version). Howlite is believed to bestow calm on the wearer, allowing clarity of thought and the ability to receive wisdom and advice. Turquoise symbolizes protection, jade brings healing and lapis stimulates intelligence and intellectual ability.

There are several press releases about Maxbliss bracelets floating around online for those who need more than a mere 400 words here can provide, as well as an active social media feed on Facebook and both Pinterest and Instagram pages for bracelet owners to share photographs of their purchase. It is a very photogenic bracelet too, with the beads catching and refracting the light, glowing in the sun. In addition there are a couple of YouTube videos to share the ‘Maxbliss happy’ vibe.

A Maxbliss bracelet is ideal for anyone who needs a reminder of their happy place and support network. It is also a thoughtful and encouraging gift for anyone in need of the qualities promoted by the stones used to make it.

Maxbliss – Wear it Happy.