Attuned to the energy of the moon, Moonstone is known to stabilize emotions, decrease stress, and enhance intuition.
Inner Peace (Chakra: Throat)
Amazonite soothes the spirit and calms the soul. It promotes clarity and self-love.
Positivity (Chakra: Heart) Cat's Eye has been appreciated for ages for its ability to turn negative thoughts into positive energy. Along with optimism, this stone also brings luck, fortune, and confidence.
Colors: Blue, Clear
Lotus and Luna bracelets are handcrafted in Thailand by talented female artisans. Our bracelets are made with cotton cords, coconut shell clasps, semi-precious stones, and lots of positive vibes.
Each bracelet has three different size options, so adjust to your perfect fit and snip off any excess cord.
Materials: Coconut Shell Button, and Adjustable 100% Cotton Cord
Lotus and Luna accessories, apparel, and face masks are made with the highest quality of locally sourced materials from Thailand!
Here are a few tips on caring for your jewelry, clothing, and face masks!
SNIP THE CORD:Try on your jewelry and decide which size works best for you. Create a cleaner look by using scissors to snip off any remaining loops or lengthy cord.
KEEP DRY:Lotus and Luna jewelry can be worn in the water, but keeping your jewelry dry is the best way to protect from wear and tear. Our 100% cotton cords last longest when taken off before swimming and showering.
RECHARGE: If your jewelry contains a real healing gemstone, you can cleanse its energy! Use a few drops of water and your fingers to gently cleanse the beads, and leave out in the sunlight or moonlight for a few hours.
SHINE: Our brass beads will tarnish naturally when exposed to salty air, skin cream, sweat, or perfume. Use a cloth to polish, or try shining your brass beads with soapy water or lemon juice and a light brush.
APPAREL & FACE MASKS
HAND WASH, HANG DRY: To keep the vibrancy of colors in your apparel and masks, we recommend hand washing and hanging to dry. Use a low iron or steamer to get that perfect flowy look.
PACKING: If you're packing your kimono for an adventure, try rolling it up burrito style instead of folding to avoid wrinkles.