It’s made by hand on a farm and the packaging complements that.
The homely Madras checkered cotton wrap for the lid, a nice thin light brown paper for the label and the use of just one single, yummy colour. The cost of putting that wrap on top of every jar is balanced by doing this single colour print job on the label. Smart.
Available: At most large department stores. Or you could just visit them here when you’re in South India.
Holy Lama Naturals in Auroville create organic bath and beauty products and a range of divine essential oils. Featured here is their kewra soap, packed in dried areca leaf. Simple thing is that it can be used as a soap dish too.
BON (Bio, Organic and Natural) bath and beauty products from Auroville use dried leaves, handmade jute, butter paper and an endearing line (“Cares the young women”) to make packaging that is just as pure as the handmade, organic goodness it holds inside.
Via designer & Pii friend, Nidhi Berera whose creations you can see at Bangalore’s Kitsch Mandi tomorrow.
Encens d’Auroville or the Auroville Incense sticks come delicately packed in powder-soft handmade paper in very Indian tones - dung green, sindoor red and saffron yellow. On the earlier packs, they had sprigs of pressed flowers on off-white handmade paper. To know more or to even improve the vibes in your room, click http://www.auroville.com/