Introductions Expand Everybody's Ayurveda
Wednesday January 2nd, 2013 - 8:49PM
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Everybody’s Ayurveda is rolling out new, holistic candles, all-natural body care, organic tea and tea accessories at the Atlanta Market next week. The collections feature 25 new products designed to promote wellness.
The Soyveda Dosha crackle glass candle line builds on the success of the company’s first launch of the Soyveda candle collection during the January 2012 markets, the company noted. MVP Group, parent of Everybody’s Ayurveda, followed with the introduction of new candle and body care lines at the summer 2012 markets. The new candles are encased in a glass vessel with a crackle glass treatment. After burning, consumers can repurpose the 6-ounce candle as a tea light or votive holder. The six colors and fragrances match the six dosha, balancing scents in the original candle collection, including Vata, or amber, Pitta, green, Kapha, blue, Tridosha, purple, Bliss, white/clear, and Namaste, red. Suggested retail price is $16 each, with shipping commencing March 1.
The new Soyveda Elements Many Blessings handcrafted jar candle places a metal lid over pink luster glass. The two-wick, 20-ounce jar candle is handcrafted and mouth-blown by artisans so that no two candles are exactly alike. The associated fragrance features notes of citrus, lemon peel, sweet orange and green apple scents along with herbal notes, mixed lavender, jasmine, lily, rose and orange blossom aromas, and fir needle, rosewood, oakmoss and patchouli fragrances. Many Blessings expands the 100% natural soy wax Soyveda Elements collection that debuted during summer markets. The Soyveda Elements Collection, poured in the U.S.A. at a certified green manufacturing facility, has a $36 SRP.
The Teaveda Tea Service includes a gold teapot, at a $30 SRP, as well as six sets of teacups and saucers, at a $15 suggested retail each. The cups match the six dosha-inspired colors in the line. Each teacup features a quote from a famous figure designed to inspire its dosha.
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