Pikake Maile Lei Sarong Gift Basket


The Collection:  This Pikake Maile Lei gift basket includes a Pink & Burgundy Maile Lei Sarong, an 8.5oz Pikake Lei Maui Organics Body Lotion, a 4oz Pikake Lei Travel Tin Candle and a 10ml Pikake Blossom Fragrance Oil all presented in an authentic Hawaiian Lauhala gift basket, tied with a bow (ribbon varies).  This gift is sure to make every island girl smile.

The Lauhala Gift Basket:  In Old Hawaii, the leaves or "lau" were handwoven to create functional items such as hats, canoe sails, mats and baskets.  Today, Hawaiians still enjoy using lauhala baskets for gift giving.  Easy to reuse as a basket.

The Sarong:  Also known as a pareo in the islands, the sarong is the perfect all-rounder:  dress, skirt, swimsuit cover, towel, picnic blanket, turban, you name it!  The pink and burgundy maile lei pareo is a striking tropical print, ready to add a Poynesian vibe wherever you are.  Easy to pack, Standard size, approx. 70"x45".  100% rayon.

The Fragrance:  Pikake is complex, sweet, strong and floral, while Maile is fresh and green as a rainforest. 

The Perfume Oil:  This sultry pikake perfume oil is a phthalate-free fragrance oil suspended in organic coconut oil that we source in Hawaii, ready to roll on to your favorite pulse points.  The perfume oil is in a convenient, portable glass roll on bottle with bamboo top--perfect for travel or your purse for a subtle Hawaiian fragrance wherever you are.  Try layering with body butter or body lotion for extra staying power.  10ml.

The Lotion:  Rich, hydrating lotion provides intense moisturizing anytime—and also offers soothing relief after a day in the sun.  Made with top quality natural and organic ingredients, including fragrance oils inspired by the flora and fauna of the islands. 8.5 oz.

sland Essence travel candles are created with candle wax from Oahu and blended with fragrance oils inspired by Hawaii's flora and fauna.  Paradise awaits wherever you are—enjoy at home or tuck in your suitcase to travel as the 4oz size is perfect.

The Story:  Princess Kaiulani loved Pikake so much that the Hawaiian name for the flower came from the princess’ favorite bird, the peacock. Pikake makes highly coveted leis and is also commonly used in wedding bouquets. The bright fragrance of Pikake, also known as tuberose, is one of Hawaii’s signature scents.

Sending to a Friend:  We are happy to send any gift(s) directly to the recipient, but each gift needs to be a separate order so the correct shipping and shipping details are applied.  There will be no pricing enclosed with the gift--just a packing slip (no prices).  Mahalo for sharing the aloha!

Gifting:  Each lauhala basket is finished with a ribbon. If you are gifting, and would like us to add a handwritten message on a gift tag, please leave details in the note section on checkout.


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