Ritual Vitamins Are A Game-Changer

Women’s multivitamins reinvented.
November 12, 2019
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Founder and CEO, Katerina Schneider, started Ritual when she was pregnant and stopped to research what the average vitamin was really made up of. We don’t want you to lose your lunch, but just know that some of those ingredients including PVP (a binder ingredient often found in mascaras and hair products), Shellac (an elegant way of describing Beetle poop), sheep’s wool and artificial colorants. Gross. Katerina launched Ritual to change all that.    

Ritual takes a less is more approach with their formulas, including only the 9 ingredients you really need. Their formula fills the gaps in your diet with essentials that support organ health, maintain energy and immunity, and help you age well from within (note: this is not an anti-aging, but more healthy aging. Because that's what counts, right?). There is full transparency into their globally-sourced ingredients and you can even see exactly where all the ingredients come from, which is something fans of Ritual love!

In addition to the Essential for Women, Ritual now makes a prenatal vitamin for you soon-to-be mamas out there. As a refresher, Katerina started Ritual when she was 4 months pregnant, so it’s only natural that they recently launched the Essential Prenatal and Essential for Women 50+

Here’s everything you should know about Ritual:

✓   Monthly subscription service — the multivitamin is $30/month and the prenatal vitamin is $35/month

✓   Vegan-friendly, gluten and allergen free, with no colorants, synthetic fillers or GMOs

✓   Less is more — only contains what you really need

✓   Encapsulated pill design delivers nutrients more efficiently

✓   No-nausea capsule that's gentle on empty stomachs

✓   Full transparency into their globally-sourced ingredients



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