Who can wear the jewelry?
Anyone! Traditionally, mala beads are tools for meditation. The jewelry is also beautiful, and can be worn to remind you of your intention or to make a fashion statement. Whatever you are manifesting you can simply wear your beads to inspire you.
How is MYC Design unique?
We are a Female, Indigenous owned and operated company. All of our jewelry is handmade in Canada by women. MYC Design is very passionate about giving back to youth and that is why we donated 10% of our proceeds to Kids Help Line.
What are the qualities of your stones and metals?
Our gemstones are natural stones from Mother Earth. They are all undyed and untreated. We only Source the best stones and metals for our jewelry so that you have a piece that you can wear daily.
How do I care for my mala?
Most gemstone beads and metals can be cleaned using a washing solution of slightly tepid water and mild soap such as Ivory Dish Liquid. Dip a lint free cotton cloth into the liquid to dampen and wring out excess water. It's best to remove the jewelry when sleeping.
Will my jewelry look the same as the photo?
Each piece of jewelry is hand made, using real gemstones. Because of this, each beads is unique. Sometimes gemstones will have specks and flecks of lighter or darker colors, which occur naturally. As they are undyed, they will have variances in color. Sometimes the stones will vary in size.
All of our clothing is made from 100% organic cotton which have No toxic chemicals used in the growing of organic cotton. It doesn't damage the soil, has less impact on the air, and uses 88% less water and 62% less energy. Conventional cotton uses about 16% of the world's insecticides and 7% of pesticides
Washing your Clothing
Machine wash per label instructions. Hang to dry. If using dryer, use Air cycle, no heat. Order your correct size there is no need to buy bigger than you usually would. That being said, do not overheat your garments. Drying with high heat can cause more than 4% shrinkage. Be very careful how you dry organic cotton apparel.
Conventional cotton apparel is generally treated with chemicals to reduce the shrinkage effects of heat. Organic cotton is not treated, so in high heat it is possible for the cotton to shrink more than 10%. Shrinkage is worse for the lengths of the garments and is less noticeable for widths.