Our Bath and Body products capture the essence of Maui with tropical fragrances that will keep you dreaming of Paradise.
Awapuhi “Hawaiian White Ginger”
In Hawaiian, the name for white ginger is “awapuhi ke’oke’o.” It grows wild and abundant across the fertile hills of Maui’s haleakala as well as along the roads to Hana. This tropical, spicy scent fills the Hana Rainforest and is one of the more distinct fragrances of Maui.
Lavender doesn’t always come to mind when you think of Hawaii, but it is actually quite abundant on the islands. It has a sweet and calming scent that has been used since ancient Roman times for various ailments including stress and insomnia. With a little sweetener that we add to the mix, this scent will have you relaxing Hawaiian style in no time at all.
The pikake was named by Princess Kaiulani after the peacocks who roamed her Waikiki gardens. This flower is related to jasmine, and as such, has a similar sweet, heavenly fragrance. In the past, when the pikake was strung into a lei, it was used for courting. on the islands, the pikake aroma is still reminiscent of romance and is a sure way to a woman’s heart.
Along with the Plumeria, the Tuberose flower is also used in Hawaiian Leis. This tropical flower exhibits one of the most recognizable and cherished fragrances of the Hawaiian Islands. After experiencing Hawaii, you won’t be able to smell the Tuberose flower without instantly being reminded of tropical beaches, ukuleles, and Hula dancers.
Ali’i Kane denotes a man’s chiefly position in ancient Hawaii. It also translates to “Man of Royalty.” Our men’s products are light, fresh, smooth, and fit for a Hawaiian king.
The Ali’i or Hawaiian chiefs, were respected rulers who guided the maka ainana (common people) to live pono or with respect and righteousness. This cool, clean scent is tropical like Hawaii, but masculine like the ancient Ali’i ‘s of our islands.