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8 Mini On The Go

Hand Creams

25 g. x8

฿799.00

Pack of 8 feel-good hand creams with SabaiArom’s unique scents that allows you to indulge the variety or share with friends them with your friends and families. The set consists of
– Jasmine Ritual Hand Cream 25 g.
– Rose De Siam Hand Cream 25 g.
– Siamese Blossom Hand Cream 25 g.
– Homegrown Lemongrass Hand Cream 25 g.
– Coconut De Samui Hand Cream 25 g.
– Zesty Star Gooseberry Hand Cream 25 g.
– Minty Garden Hand Cream 25 g.
– Lychee Orchard Hand Cream 25 g.

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KEY INGREDIENTS

Formula facts

90.0% Naturally Derived Ingredients

formulated without nasty chemicals

  • Parabens
  • Mineral Oils
  • SLS & SLES
  • Propylene Glycol
  • Phthalates
  • Triethanolamine

Organic Ma-li-la Jasmine

Our jasmine flowers are native to Thailand. They belong to Jasmine sambuc family and are called ‘Ma-li-la’ jasmine. The Ma-li-la jasmines we used for this collection are from Nakhon Chaisri district in Nakhon Pratom province, which is Thailand’s best jasmine source that produces high quality jasmine flowers with big petals, long stalks and magnificently sweet scent—owing to highly-fertile loose soil. We used chemical-free Jasmine flowers form this best source to extract the best skin hydrating benefit and scent our ‘Jasmine Ritual’ collection with a calming and mind-soothing sensory of Ma-li-la jasmine, tenderly handpicked very early in the morning when the floral fragrance is potent.  We met Khun Buum, the friendly jasmine farm owner, whose whole life has been associated with jasmine flowers. Khun Buum and her co-workers always start their day early in the morning by handpicking, assuring quality and packing jasmine flowers before transporting to Paklong Talaad, the biggest flower market in Bangkok.  Having had a chance to handpick jasmine flower by flower, we realized that the flowers had to be truly handled with delicate care. Jasmine flowers are always on high market demands. They significantly impel the floral business of the country, fostering many lives attached to it in a sustainable way. Being a flower of faith that reflects the important role in Thai way of life spiritually and economically, we chose Ma-li-la jasmine, as the flower of Thai life, to represent the collection of divinity and blissfulness and the simple of happiness of who live their lives with these tiny white flowers.

A Love Story of Chulalongkorn Rose

True Love lives forever even if we are physically apart… Chulalongkorn rose is a hybrid perpetual thorn-free pink rose originating in 1867 in England. It blooms a big pink flower that reaches up to 15 cm in size and diffuses a remarkably loving scent. This vintage rose was primarily cultivated in Chiang Mai by Princess Dara Rasamee with her very first intention to lay the foundation of commercial-based rose cultivation in the north of Thailand.
We traveled up north to Darabhirom Palace in Chiang Mai province, the capital of northern Thailand with numerous cultural heritages, to discover a love story between King Chulalongkorn of Siam and the Princess Dara Rasamee of Chiang Mai. As an avid member of The Royal National Rose Society (RNSS), Princess Dara Rasamee had obtained new rose species every year. Among many roses, there was one large pink thorn-free rose with a characteristic fragrance, which became her favorite flower. She named the rose ‘Chulalongkorn’ and cultivated her rose around her residence on Mae-rim hill in Chiang Mai and handpicked her rose every day to put it before her husband’s image to show her loyalty—until her final day. True Love lives forever even if we are physically apart; that’s what Sabai-arom feels for this romance tale, and the princess of Chiang Mai had already portrayed the idealism in her own way. We used Chulalongkorn rose essential oil for its delicate fragrance that imparts the scent of romance and endless love of two royal hearts.

Homegrown Lemongrass

Being a useful plant that’s easy to grow and requires no special care, lemongrass is a must-have item for the Thai homegrown gardens. We set a little expedition to houses in Bangkok to explore the homegrown garden of city people and were surprised of how they had made lemongrass as their very first choice to fill their little gardens. With limited space to grow plant, one bush of lemongrass is more than worth for them, thinking how this scented plant can go as ingredient into many Thai dishes and also provides medicinal benefits. The traditional Thai medicine uses lemongrass for its broad spectrum antibacterial properties. This inspires Sabai-arom to create something wonderful out of lemongrass. We combined its pure essential oil with extracts from many Thai herbs that also provide antibacterial characteristics and made an effective refreshing formula to protect skin, while delivering heady-citrus blend of lemongrass that energizes and soothes. Are you thinking of your own lemongrass yet?

The Virgin Coconut Oil of Samui Island

Samui’s certified organic virgin coconut oil is derived from fresh organic island coconuts, which are big in size and contain high content of vitamin E and lauric acid. The islanders pick their ready-to-take coconuts with the helping hands of monkeys. They would remove the husk, scratch coconut flesh and press coconut milk, and then leave for about 8 hours to allow the virgin coconut oil to separate its layer from coconut milk.  All processes are entirely hand-made without using heavy machine and heat. The processed coconut oil is, thus, virgin and fully filled with great skin nutrients straight from nature. Being Thailand’s second-largest island after Phuket with white sandy beaches, coral reefs and natural resources, Samui, long before it became very famous among the tourists all over the world, was known as ‘Coconut Island’ for it had relied much on coconuts to drive the local economic.  Owing to the good weather and abundant soil, Sami’s coconut trees are incredibly tall. The Samui islanders produce virgin coconut oil for internal use without heavy machine responding their extensive needs in consuming this nutrient-rich oil as main food ingredients, as natural skincare and as part of medicinal recipes. They also sell their homemade virgin coconut oil and coconut products to the tourists visiting their happy island. Many years back then all the Samui families owned a coconut garden. Their coconuts were distributed throughout the nation. The story of tourism on the island began with the very first groups tourists that journeyed to Samui and were welcomed by the locals with heartfelt hospitality; a beginning of the big talk in the global tourism industry. However, the latter massive invasion of luxury hotels to the island made the locals sell their land plots extensively and became the hotel employees. Today, only the middle and southern parts of the island are left for coconut plantations. We realized that local identity tells the pride of the locals, that’s why we traveled to Samui Island to be even a small part to support and lift the pride of the small of group of happy people, who are still making high quality virgin coconut oil.  Sabai-Arom fairly sourced Samui virgin coconut oil to partly help the locals in remaining their legendary treasured drops for long.

The Charm of Siamese Blossoms

In the old days this land of smiles was abundantly blessed with many colorful and beautifully scented flowers that allowed the Siamese Ladies to create their own fragrance recipes using the sensuality of those Thai flowers and inspire the poets to deeply describe their dearly beloved women to their glamorous scents.  However, the important role of Thai fragrance recipes had shrunk since the arrival of western perfumes and rapidly faded away from the memory of people of the new generation. We wondered if the Thais would still embrace their local flowes. To answer our curiosity we set out a floral expedition in the neighboring areas.  Surprisingly, we found out that more we walked the more we saw local Thai flowers, planted decoratively on the fence of houses and buildings. Some even grew wild. We asked for a permission to pick those flowers a small handful and went back to our office. And the edge result of that day came right onto the label of this collection including the flowers of Gradang-Nga (Cananga), Garawek (Ylang-Ylang), Peeb (Indian Cork), Pikul (Bullet Wood), Buddhachad (Star Jasmine), Kraiyoi, Rajavadee and Bu-Nga-Saree (Chinese Rose). All diffused sensually trying to win a place in our hearts. This Thai flower expedition made us realize that the ‘happiness’ was so near, but we just have to take a look a little closer, and we would find it right there. Have you already started to look for a simple happiness lying within your reach?

Massage into hands. Use throughout the day when needed.

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