Hi! We're a skincare company inspired by a powerful, fragrant, little yellow root called turmeric.
We combine organic turmeric with other vegan, chemical-free skinfoods so you can fight acne, scarring, rosacea, uneven skin tone and facial hair growth 100% naturally.
Traditionally used during South Asian weddings in a fun, colourful ceremony that is believed to bring good luck, turmeric is well-respected as Ayurvedic medicine.
In India alone, 47% of girls are married before their 18th birthday. Not cool. We donate a portion of each purchase to help end child marriage around the globe.
Ingredients: Organic Turmeric, Chickpea Flour, Coconut Oil, Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Vitamin E Oil, Essential Lemon Oil
A little bit of YLLO goes a long way. Each pack gives you a whoppin' 20 treatments and is 100% natural, vegan, and gluten-free. 10% of profits are donated to charities working to end child marriage around the globe.
Real Women, Real Stories
We collect stories from women around the world. These stories are authentic, raw, and unapologetic. They are emotional. They are stories not often told. We hope their stories of strength will spark necessary conversations about child marriage and, most importantly, change these practices for the betterment of women everywhere.
Hot Off The Press
"Seriously, y’all, this stuff is the bomb. I’m obsessed AF. It works instantly; you can literally see a difference in your skin right after you wash it off. You’ll notice your complexion will have a brightness and radiance to it that improves with continued use. Blemishes will begin to disappear, wrinkles will smooth out and your skin tone will even out. I use this mask about twice a week and absolutely LOVE the results."
"[My skin was] crazy smooth thanks to the buffing action of the turmeric, chickpea flour, sea salt, and sugar—but not taut or dry. I followed up the treatment with a quick wash with my favorite gentle cleanser…and all traces of the yellow stains and the turmeric smell disappeared. In their wake was a glow-y, healthy-looking complexion that appeared subtly brighter, as if I'd dialed up the lighting, Facetune-style, IRL."