Handcrafted in small batches using ancient and modern practices, Meraki Lanes cultivates a holistic and harmonious approach to skincare. Strictly against the traditional beauty standards, we believe that beauty lies in the uniqueness of each individual. Our formulations are designed based on the raw magic of the woodland, as well as the amalgamation of the finest ingredients – their functionality, efficacy, and safety.

Formed in 2019, the eponymic trademark Meraki Lanes, venerates the intuitive philosophy of crafting skincare with the essence of the soul. Inspired by the nature, our goal is to encapsulate the finest quality skincare elements by the means of sustainable, ethical, and organic principles. Free from harmful ingredients, we amass an unparalleled selection of the world’s exquisite inventions that focus on the longevity and health of the skin.


Meraki Lanes promotes veganism by abstaining from the use of any animal product or ingredient, including animal-derived by-products.

Cruelty Free

We represent purity and do not support animal abuse. The products or individual ingredients are not tested on animals.

Sulfate Free

The brand uses plant-based ingredients such as saponified oils and butters that help bubble-up the bathing experience.

Preservatives Free

All of our products are free from parabens and formaldehyde-releasing preservatives – agents that cause long-term adverse effects on health.

No Synthetic Colors

We do not use any artificial coloring. The tints and pigmentations in the products are a result of flower-dyes and mineral-rich clays.

No Synthetic Fragnance

Our product formulations contain a pleasant fragrance due to the presence of essential oils and aromatic extracts.


Our overall rating is 4.3 out of 5 stars from over 94 reviews.

Too costly

9 July 2022

Too costly! There are better options than this in the market.

Shivam Jindal

The hottest selling product

9 July 2022

We use it in our salon and clients crush over this. So far the hottest selling product. Good luck, Meraki Lanes.

Aarushi Bhattacharjya


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