Bringing Hawaii to Me

If you havenโ€™t heard, it is FREEZING cold in SoCal right now โ€“ yes, normally temperate California is seriously colder than the East Coastโ€ฆ in mid-January! I have awoken to mid-30 degree temperatures the past few days and Iโ€™m cold!

So, in an effort to conjure warm thoughts, I put out my Malie diffuser so that the yummy and tropical scent of pikake can waft through our entire living room. (The Pikake flower is a Hawaiian jasmine that is a sophisticated blend of tropical florals and a hint of spice.) I canโ€™t tell you how this has made all the difference. The room actually feels warmer, now. No kidding.

That is just one of the reasons I just absolutely LOVE this line. Inspired by nature in Hawaii, Malie, (pronounced mah-lee-ay) uses only indigenous and local Hawaiian flora in their all natural and organic luxury spa and beauty product line. ย If pikake isnโ€™t your scent, you can opt for their jasmine rose, orchid, kokeโ€™e, coconut vanilla, or plumeria collection. It is literally Hawaii packaged in a bottle!

I first discovered the line years ago (it was created in January 2004), and as luck would have it, I am working with their amazing PR agency! After I gushed about the line (um, hint hint), the agency hooked me up with a ton of goodies (so THANK YOU, Marla and Sue!)

I canโ€™t recommend this line enough. Choose from perfumes, body creams, body polishes, body washes, liquid hand soaps, linen and room sprays (all organic), or soy candles. It is just what I need to get me through these cold California winters!

For more information, check out their site at


Just a sampling of the available Malie product line


A closer up look


My Malie Island Ambiance Reed Diffuser in Pikake now sits on the fireplace mantle!

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