You learn something new every day.
I didn’t know this was the name of the flowers that they use in leis and I got married in Hawaii.
Those leis are heavy and they hold a lot of moisture, like having a little sauna around your neck but they are so beautiful and quintessentially Polynesian Islands like Hawaii.
This cupcake soap is not meant to represent this flower (notice how I’m avoiding typing that word?), I just wanted a lovely light feminine fragrance to go with the ruffly frosting.
Puakenikeni Flower. The Hawaiian flower typically used in leis. This fragrance is a delicate, yet exotic heady blend of velvety island florals and lush greens which invoke feelings of intrigue, sensuality and femininity.
Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Buttermilk, Sustainable Palm Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Fragrance, Sodium Lactate, Black Cumin Seed Oil, Kaolin Clay, Tussah Silk, Skin safe colorants, Sugar sprinkles, Glitter.
Each cupcake weighs 4+ ounces.
Puakenikeni Soap Cupcake | 4+ ozs
Due to the glycerin naturally produced in soap, it draws moisture to itself, AKA it is a humectant. This means making sure that it has the chance to dry out when not in use. Please do not leave it sitting in a puddle of water when you have finished your bath or shower.
To get that extra mile, I have found that rubbing the soap onto a wash cloth makes it last a lot longer, which took a bit of training as I used to lather the soap directly on my skin