If there’s one thing that lockdown has taught us is that finding the perfect gift for someone when you are unable to get out and about can be difficult, and that gifts sold online don’t always get to the recipient as nicely wrapped as they would have normally when hand delivered.

As we are a nation of gift givers, and with people spread far and wide across the UK, it is sometimes a difficult task to gift old uni friends, relatives and other loved ones ethical gifts that have natural beauty and well being at their core.

Amala Curations by MG believe that ethical gifting shouldn’t be a difficult process and that the art of gifting should spread happiness, connect people and create an experience that is meaningful and memorable.

Amala in Sanskrit means ‘clean and pure’, which is exactly how Amala Curations by MG approach their gifting service. The process is simple yet pleasing with products that are ethical, eco-friendly, natural and cruelty-free, and gift-wrapping that is luxurious yet retains an earthy, natural feel. Their website continues to demonstrate the simplistic nature of the brand, with a simple colour palette, easy navigation and light and airy feel that makes the actual process of purchasing a gift a great experience.

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The website has a simple design which is effective when browsing and pleasing to the eye.

Their wellness and self-care boxes range from £58.00 – £92.00, with an option to create a bespoke box if you wish. The boxes come in a range of product types from calming and restoring to ones boosting positivity and encouraging good vibes. There really is something for everyone, so finding the perfect gift for that special someone is an easy and pleasurable experience.

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A small selection of the gift boxes Amala Curations have to offer.

The boxes themselves come in a reusable white, magnetic box with ribbon, dried flowers, shredded paper, a handwritten note (on seed paper) and natural material encasing your beauty and wellness treats.


The packaging is a gift in itself and truly makes the whole experience one to remember. There are also a great selection of brands that feature in several boxes including Pukka Tea, Divine Chocolate, Wildheart Organics, Odylique, Casa Mencarelli and Verdant Alchemy to name a few, with each offering a wellness and self-care treat for that lucky recipient.

The gift box is beautifully decorated with a dried flower bundle, ribbon and natural material that can all be repurposed.

I was lucky enough to be gifted the Relax & Pamper Deluxe Box last week by Amala Curations by MG and have to say that it is possibly the most beautifully wrapped gift I have ever received (so much so that I was sad to actually open it!). It arrived safe and sound in amazing condition, with all the packaging fully recyclable and reusable. I cannot wait to try all the products inside, which you’ll see in a full review coming very soon, as they look like the ideal self-care treats for these unprecedented times.

The Relax & Pamper Deluxe Box contains some beautiful brands that I can’t wait to try out.

To find out more about Amala Curations by MG, just head over to their website here. The brand has also offered a great discount on your first purchase with 15% off using the code ‘BEAUTYFOLIO’. This only applies to the first 20 customers so if you’re looking to send a luxurious yet ethical gift to that special someone, there is no better time.

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Take Care,
Emma @ Beauty Folio x

*Disclaimer: This product was sent to me free of charge by Amala Curations by MG. This has not influenced my thoughts and opinions in this review as everything on Beauty Folio remains #triedandtested with honest feedback on each product. I will never give a positive review on a product I don’t believe in just because it has been #gifted, and each product i’ve received free of charge will be labelled as such.

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