Ritual had goal of creating a perfect vitamin for women that’s simple, effective and backed by real science. Using their top scientists, they’ve created a multivitamin that contains 9 essential ingredients that women aren’t getting enough of.
What exactly is in women’s multivitamins? That’s the question that Ritual says started the Culver City-based company, which, after obsessive research, created one single daily vitamin that contains all the nutrients women typically don’t get enough of and very much need. Backed by science and simple to understand, Essential for Women—the name they gave their vitamin—has “everything you need, nothing you don’t,” and is delivered directly to your door. Each vitamin contains Vitamin K2, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12, boron, iron, Vitamin E, magnesium, folate, and omega-3.
Great For People Who
Don’t like taking more than one vitamin
Are skeptical of ingestible nutrients they don’t necessarily need
Are looking for a vegan, non-GMO vitamin they can take every day
Want to improve their overall health through one vitamin
What Else Do They Do?
They care about the Earth! They choose to work with eco-friendly suppliers, use only vegan ingredients, and use omega-3 that is an algae-derived oil that was developed in partnership with NASA as a part of a program to create sustainable environments in space.
Their ingredients are clearly listed and explained on the website; transparency is obviously important to them
Essential for Women is non-GMO, vegan, gluten & allergen free, made in the USA, and has no synthetic fillers or colorants
Ritual boasts that Essential for Women is skin perfecting, joy promoting, battery charging, and age defying
Each vitamin has only 9 essential nutrients, not the 20+ ingredients most multis unnecessarily contain
The vitamins smell like mint thanks to a food-grade insert infused with pure peppermint tucked inside each bottle
The composition is patent pending, but they describe in detail everything about their research, their new pill technology, and the science behind their nutrients. If you have any questions about their choices or methods, they invite you to email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.