Malar’s incense sticks are Organic and Handcrafted. Each pack contains 25 sticks that burn for over 50 minutes without emitting much smoke. Each stick is composed majorly of Flower powder and prevents a huge amount of flowers from being dumped into water bodies.
- In the past year alone, Malar has saved the lakes and rivers of Chennai from about 587 kg of organic floral disposal.
- Eco-friendly packaging that fulfils our motive of preserving our environment in all aspects
- Designed to tackle the impending issue of flower pollution while giving you the luxury of a premium incense.
THE WOMEN BEHIND MALAR:
Malar incense sticks are handmade by 22 visionary women from slums in Chennai, having found a way out of vulnerability to empowerment and employment.
Flower Powder, Jigat Powder, Saw Dust, DEP Agarbatti Oil, Fragrance
Single Pack Dimensions:
5cm X 0.5cm X 24cm
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The sticks are a great product, and am very happy to support this cause for women empowerment.
The most wholesome product on the internet
The fragrance of this incense stick is really unparalleled by anything you can find in your everyday shops. From the moment you open the packet you will be engrossed in the fragrance. Totally recommend everyone to try these incense sticks at least once.
I've been purchasing Malar sticks for almost two years now, and this is probably the only brand of sticks I've come across that produces a distinct soothing aroma for a solid hour and a half. And the best part is that it's completely organic. I would definitely suggest trying out Malar sticks at least once! Totally worth the money.
Beautifully crafted. Loved the idea behind its production. Must recommend this product to a true fragrance lover.
Worth the cost I guess
There are better quality products as compared to this one with sulphur free and all that have better smell definitely but are super expensive.. so for 200 bucks I feel this is good enough for carbon free incense sticks because I for one can't handle those charcoal laden cycle incense sticks (the cycle brand makes me hate incense sticks altogether)