Khushi Lalwani may be only fourteen years old, but her line of perfume, Ura, seems to be creating quite a buzz. On realising there weren't enough perfumes that would appeal to teenagers, she decided to get help from her relative in Rome, who is a perfume expert, and try making perfumes on her own. Through her help and consistent learning about vegan perfume making processes, she not only made her own perfume but also decided to turn it into a business.
By enrolling herself into a young entrepreneurs course, she successfully launched Ura into the market. Fully vegan and cruelty-free, these perfumes do not use any beeswax and are safe for children as well. Made only with essential oils and a solvent, the smell of these perfumes is not too strong, making them perfect for youngsters.
The fragrances are unisex and include options like chocolate (for kids and teens), coffee (for teens and young adults) and aqua for adults. A full-time student, Lalwani focuses on this over the weekends, taking help from her mother. Prices start from INR 299 for 15 ml bottles. They've got fragrance pouches too and ship across the country. You can place orders for them online and get them even in bulk quantities. Lalwani is also planning on launching her own website for Ura. Seems like she's got it all covered, eh?