Big Island-Based Kona Soap Company’s Latest Gift Sets

Barking Mad: New handcrafted wooden boxes of all-natural soap.


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We know you’ve been feeling boxed in. Dying to branch out. Stumped on how to make a change. So we thought we wood give you something to help you get a fresh start.

Get ready to sawdust off a new you with this gorgeous Kona Soap Company gift box, an all-new product made right here in Hawaii from locally sourced curly mango wood in the Captain Cook forest. (Think of it as a way for the company to get even closer to its roots.) We filled it with some of the company’s best-selling soaps, so when you lumber out of the bathtub, you’ll feel like new. You’ll love Ehu Kai, which is made of roasted nori with a floral note and a lemongrass base, and Kokoleka Lani, a spicy mix of tangerine, cinnamon and cacao.

Kona Soap Company is a green company, operating its farm and factory on photovoltaic for 10 years. You’ll find only essential, natural oils, such as kukui, olive, palm and coconut, in its soaps—no petrochemicals, synthetics or detergents (i.e., nothing you can’t put in your mouth). Sounds pretty pine to us.

You’re sure to feel chipper in no time.

$55 for a box of six soaps at konanaturalsoapcompany.com. Pre-selected sets and custom options available. 

 

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