Kiko Vitals is a business rooted in women’s wellness. A business that gives women access to their true wellness and well-being through connecting with people and nature. Kiko Vital’s ingredients come with integrity from the earth – designed to be curative and preventative: A better body today and tomorrow.
Their products harness the healing powers that have been used for centuries by women and continue to be relevant to this day for the modern woman. The modern woman wants to reawaken her inner self, connect with her superpowers and nourish her body. To love oneself from the inside out is to activate radical self-love.
Its choice of packaging is an extension of the company’s connection to the planet. Besides being striking in its aesthetic, Kiko uses 95% plastic-free packaging. The glass bottles are made from recyclable amber glass, while the plastic caps are fully recyclable.
This is not just a product boasting ingredients with integrity but that cares about the earth.
Minimising their carbon footprint – Kiko Vitals are locally manufactured in one of South Africa’s leading laboratories and scientifically formulated by a highly-qualified team of molecular biologists, biotechnologists and engineers, with valuable assistance from natural healers.
Every story starts with a catalyst. And Kerri-Lee Taylor, the brainchild and wonder woman behind Kiko Vitals, comes with a plethora of her own unique trials and tribulations. When asked what advice Kerri would give to her 20-year-old self, she tells us to be open, stay kind and not worry so much. She elaborates by urging young women to have fun but to keep their eyes and hearts open to what makes them truly happy, as the sooner this is realised, the sooner your path to joy opens up.
Kerri-Lee has discovered her path by keeping her heart and eyes open, resulting in the success of Kiko Vitals. From emerging out of a plight of depression, her journey of self-improvement led her to develop business skills and build her business out of nothing – always staying humble. Always showing up.
Kerri advises those wanting to start a business to ensure they have solid proof of concept and a sustainable strategy and never give up. She reminds us of the 10 thousand hour rule: You will only master your field after 10 thousand hours of what you put in. Kerri says to be obsessively passionate, keep learning and tap into the knowledge of the many mentors around us.
“It’s a representation of how every day should be in society. It highlights the importance of recognising women and our worth to carry through the importance of including, respecting and celebrating women in everyday life.”
Kerri believes International Women’s Day provides a platform for all eyes and ears to be open to the stories around womanhood, female struggles and limitations experienced in the world, and success and power. It’s important to weave this narrative so that males can understand better. She believes if we can achieve this, then we can cohesively create a more inclusive and conducive society for women.
Kiko is an all-natural ingredients product made by women for women.
Their products are Vegan, Gluten-Free and GMO-Free.
All of their packaging are 100% recyclable, so it doesn’t harm our oceans.