Marian nila is not a usual haircare brand. Our 100% vegan and cruelty free products are developed out of love fot animals, as they should not be a part of haircare products. By providing high quality vegan beauty, we make it easy for everyone to take a step towards a sustainable and friendlier world.
By choosing Maria Nila, you choose cruelty free, climate friendly and colur protecting haircare.
Mari nila is certifid by The Vegan Societ, PETA and Leaping Bunny, witch alle are global animal welfare organizations. Their logos are featured on Maria Nila packaging and means Thatcher the consumer van be sure that the assortment is both animal friendly and vegan. I the future, we hope that all beauty products around the world Will be vegan and environmentally friendly.
PetaPeople for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the world’s largest animal rights organization. Being certifid by PETA means that they oversee and ensure that the ingredients of our products are truly vegan and that we do not test animals.
Leaping BunnyLeaping Bunny lists brands that are guaranteed not to test their cosmetics, hygiene or cleaning products on animals. All brands that are certifid have the opportunity to use the Leaping Bunny logo as found on our products. Leaping Bunny is jointly developed by animal welfare and animal rights organizations in Europe and North America and is used in 24 countries where Djurens Rätt is responsible for the list in Sweden.
Vegan SocietyVegan Society is the largest and oldest vegan organization in the world. They coined the word Vegan 1944 and ensure that all products and ingredients are 100% vegan.
Climate Compensation

When you buy our products, you contribute to planting new trees to our world!

Maria Nila is proud to work with Zeromission and Plan Vivo! We support the project Taking Root. Taking Root collaborates with farmers in some of the poorest parts of the world for reforestation of forests. This is achieved by encouraging farmers to replant the under-utilized parts of their farms in exchange for direct payments. The farmers families are offered an income and the project helps to mitigate the effects of climate change. Farmers can work on a long-term basis and focus on caring for the forest instead of shutting down for economic results in the short term.