"Once upon a time, there was a beautiful princess who loved to make and wear necklaces made with the buds of her favorite flower. A tiny bud could perfume a whole room, just like her smile could brighten up her kingdom. Her name was Princess Ka'iulani and her favorite flower was pikake."
Inspired by our memories and adventures while living in Hawai'i, Maoli's Alohatherapy Perfume Balm is a solid perfume and nourishing balm nicely melded into one. Fun to wear and free of fake fragrances (cross our hearts!) there's nothing else quite like it.
Ingredients: Nilotica Shea Butter (Vitellaria nilotica), Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Extra Virgin Coconut oil (Cocos nucifera), Calendula officinalis extract, Rose hip extract (Rosa canina), Seabuckthorn berry extract (Hippophae rhamnoides), Carrot root extract (Daucus carota), Maoli's proprietary blend of essential oils and certified organic extracts. Vegan, Raw (unrefined) Ingredients. 100% of ingredients in this recipe are certified organic by QAI, NOP and/or OTCO.
Hand poured in a portable, clever 1/2 ounce (14 grams) screw top tin. Also available in a vintage, one ounce (28 grams) jar.
Some Aloha from our fans:
"Awesome staying power! I needed to reapply a little more after 8 hours. Nice jasmine scent too. I could smell it from time to time which is very nice considering that most natural perfume don't smell that much. I'm impressed boys, good job!"
"On me, this perfume smells like a powdery flower with a little character. The staying power is amazing and, as with Royal Pikake, I could still smell it a little during the day after 8 hours! These are by far the best natural perfumes I tried. You guys are very talented, seriously! It takes great skills to make an all natural perfume stay for that long without being too heavy. Thanks :)"
"I received the perfumes a few days ago and I would like to compliment you on how natural they are. Store bought perfume always gives me a headache but your product is so gentle and authentic I don't get a headache, just a lovely whiff of Hawaii every once in awhile."