Our story begins…
Mount Lai was inspired by founder Stephanie Zheng’s grandmother, who has been jade rolling and practicing gua sha for over fifty years. Her grandmother treated her skincare routine as a breath of calmness in her busy life. A daily ritual, an act of self care.
A brand rooted in history…
We believe in wisdom through the ages. Our products are based around practices used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, passed down through generations. Gua sha and facial rolling have been healing modalities used for centuries, shared from one family member to another, like our founder and her grandmother.
Our skincare products are formulated in collaboration with Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners, using herbs intentionally selected for their healing and beneficial properties that have been studied extensively throughout history.
Promote Lymphatic Drainage
SELFCARE AS A RITUAL
Mount Lai is here to serve you as a source of wellness and beauty. Guide your whole body into a place of healing through a Mount Lai facial massage that enhances your beauty on the outside and the inside. Get glowing skin and mental rejuvenation when you make Mount Lai part of your everyday ritual.
MADE WITH INTENTION
Each ingredient has a purpose, and each product we create is natural and effective. We do not compromise on the quality of the stones for our facial tools or the quality of the ingredients in our skincare.
NATURAL, CLEAN, & NON-TOXIC
We create products that we love to use in our own everyday rituals by using effective ingredients that are found in nature. You’ll find ingredients like green tea extract or goji berries in our skincare. What you will never find us doing is diluting our formulations with fillers or using harmful chemicals because we want to achieve radiant skin through natural, safe methods.
We care about what you care about. We have made a stand to be carbon neutral because we care about supporting our Earth. We have made a stand to give back to communities through Charity Water. We have made a stand to support BIPOC people in our hiring practices.