Lokai Bracelet

The Lokai Bracelet is infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on earth. It is designed to help bring balance to your life.

 

The Lokai bracelet is trending all over the world for its health and wellness aspects. The bracelet contains two elements, Earth and Water. The bracelet is designed to get you to stop and honour the place you are at in your life, whether it be at a high point or at a low point. It’s a daily reminder to stay humble and hopeful.

“This idea of balance came to me when my granddad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. I was obviously heartbroken but at the same time grateful for the memories we’d shared.” – Steven Izen, Founder of Lokai

Celebrities are loving the concept of the bracelet too. Celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Hilary Duff and a handful of Kardashians, are loving the bracelets and have been photographed wearing them on a regular basis.

The bracelet comes in a variety of colour options, patterns and three different sizes. Every bracelet however has one white bead and one black bead. Everything on this bracelet has meaning.

The White bead carries water from Mount Everest, the highest point on earth. This signifies the highest moments you experience in your life.

“Sometimes you’re on top of the world. Stay humble.”

The Black bead holds mud from The Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth. This signifies the difficult moments you experience in your life.

“Sometimes you’ve hit a low. Stay hopeful.”

These extreme elements are a reminder to the wearer to find balance – staying humble during life’s peaks and hopeful during its lows. The company not only helps provide a balance for the customer but supports various charities world wide by donating a portion of the profits to charity.

 “10% of net profits are donated to our charity partners. So when you receive your purchase, you’ll know you’ve given back to the world.”

The company supports a large number of charities such as ‘Make A Wish’ foundation, ‘Charity: Water’, ‘World Wildlife Fund (WWF)’ and ‘Pencils of Promise’ to name a few.

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