GLOU STUDIO is a shamanic arts studio based in Mexico City.
GLOU offers a variety of healing goods and rituals that incorporate a modern take on herbalism, astrology and shamanic practices to inspire personal growth and shift collective and societal consciousness.
Founded by Gloria (Glo) Mayne Davó in 2018, this project emerges from her several years of study in the healing arts, an affinity for Mexican artisan design and a decade of experience leading social impact projects.
All designs -- from its healing candle line to its incense holders -- are simple and sustainable. Products are handcrafted with 100% natural materials, and are locally sourced from artisans and small businesses across Mexico.
Each candle is a ritual. They are specially designed for clients to connect with a specific intention and benefit from a variety of healing properties inherent in its materials. The gemstones have been moon-charged, and each candle is hand-poured and infused with divine light originating from ancient Tibetan Buddhist practices.
The gemstones are moon-charged, and each candle is hand-poured and infused with divine light originating from ancient Tibetan Buddhist practices.
GLOU products are mindfully designed to be as sustainable as possible while supporting the lives of local families and artisans in our supply chain. When you buy GLOU, you are supporting the production of local, sustainable, artisanal goods.
Coconut wax used in GLOU candles is eco-certified, vegan and sourced from a small business in Michoacan, Mexico.
The beeswax used in the Meditation candles is unprocessed, cruelty-free and sourced from cooperatives in the highlands of Puebla and Tlaxcala, Mexico.
Gemstones are native to Latin America and sourced from small businesses in Mexico City.
We use 100% pure and natural, therapeutic grade essential oils.
Candle vessels are reusable and made from recycled glass and hand-blown by artisans at a family-owned workshop in Mexico City.
Carrier bags are made from natural cotton and sourced locally.
Ceramic products are handmade with natural clay and varnish at a local family-run ceramics workshop in Mexico City.