Tiny Rituals, an online store selling crystal and gemstone bracelets, celebrates its third anniversary

Encinitas, Calif. –

Tiny Rituals, a San Diego-based online store selling spiritual jewelry, celebrates 3 years in business. The store’s jewelry range includes crystal bracelets and other items such as rings, earrings and necklaces. The store also offers standalone stones and crystals for those who wish to recharge their living space with the powerful aura of gemstones.

A company spokesperson talks about his journey over the years, saying, “We started the store with a humanitarian mission. In 2007, we visited India and witnessed the malnutrition faced by children living in poor communities. We were very moved by what we saw and took it upon ourselves to do what we could to change the situation. So we created Tiny Rituals and have since regularly donated 10% of the profits we make to provide vital nutrients to at-risk children to combat Vitamin A Deficiency Disorder (VADD). We are proud of what we have accomplished over the past three years and are committed to continuing to move the store forward on the same successful trajectory. We also believe that the products we offer our customers make a real, tangible difference in their lives. This combination of helping our customers and the innocent children on the other side of the world who need our help is what motivates us to put our heart and soul into this store and continue to serve our customers the best products from crystal and crystal collections to the max. reasonable prices.”

In addition to donating 10% of its profits to protect children in need, the company also donates an additional 10% of its profits to support other charitable and environmental initiatives. The Company also encourages other enterprising, caring and driven individuals to join its mission through the Tiny Ritual Ambassador Program which offers participants a 30% discount on store merchandise in exchange for promoting the Company on their social networks. The program, which accepts applicants from all over the world, requires them to be active on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube or a blog and be over 18 years old. Readers can also get 10% off their first purchase by signing up with their email.

The company also has a blog on its website where it covers a range of topics designed to publicize the many benefits of its product line. The company spokesperson speaks of the wealth of information available on their blog saying, “We realize that few people are aware of the life-changing qualities of the gemstones and crystals we offer. Over the past three years, we have slowly built up a repository of knowledge that documents everything related to spirituality, healing, gemstones, chakras, and more. If you take the time to peruse the research we have done, you will realize how much the right piece of jewelry with the right gemstone can add value to your life. Your life will transform as you find yourself more resilient to deal with issues you would normally struggle with when your body’s natural energy is enhanced by the power of the gemstone or crystal most relevant to your condition. For example, if you are a Capricorn, we recommend getting the Zodiac pack for that particular star sign. Capricorn crystals include garnet, blue azurite, labradorite, and rainbow fluorite. Garnet brings a glorious glow, ensuring you have the strength and inner energy to keep moving no matter how dark the sky falls. Blue Azurite practically buzzes from your hand with its deep vibrations. Labradorite invites you to jump higher in the spiritual realm. Rainbow Fluorite is a beautiful mediator, always ready to rule over those big emotions and turn what feels tight and stuck into something free and easy. You can head over to our blog and learn more about these revealing secrets about popular gemstones.

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For more information about Tiny Rituals, contact the company here:

Little Rituals
+1 760-389-8244
[email protected]Encinitas, California

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