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FRESH & FRUITY COLLECTION
HAND CREAM

25g. x 6

฿599.00

A happy gift from Thailand with 6 unique fresh and fruity scents.  Enriched in rice bran oil, plants oils, and floral essential oils to instantly nourish dry hands without a trace of greasiness.  This set consists of a portable 25g hand creams:

OSMANTHUS TEA: A floral fruity blend of Osmanthus Flowers & Oolong Tea. Inspired by the tea plantations in Chiang Rai in the north of Thailand. Enriched in rice bran oil, camellia seed oil and shea butter.

COCO DE SAMUI: A vacation ready blend of creamy coconut and toasted coconut husk that will take you to an island escape. Enriched with virgin coconut oil from Samui island to repair and deeply nourish dry skin.

MANGO ORCHARD: A tropical delight fusion of mango nectar & mango leaf. This hand cream is rich in nourishing mango seed butter to repair and soften dry hands, together with hydrating mango nectar, and skin smoothening mango leaf.

HOMEGROWN LEMONGRASS: A citrusy energizing blend of lemongrass oil and refreshing herbs. Enriched in Thai herbal extracts that are naturally antiseptic to enhance skin healthy protection, and rice bran oil to hydrate dry skin.

ZESTY STARFRUIT: An awakening scent of tropical starfruit. Packed in vitamin A & C from three super sour fruits: Indian gooseberry, starfruit, and passion fruit, to naturally brightens and protects skin from free radicals.

MINTY GARDEN: Formulated with an energizing blend of essential oils and freshly picked Thai mint. Rich in rice bran oil, and white crane flower extract, a Thai herb with anti-bacterial benefits. Feel a garden of mint in your hands!

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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.

A floral fragrance of 5000 kilometers – Osmanthus Tea from Chiang Rai

That’s how the Thais named Osamanthus flower in their language to praise its rich aroma that can spread distantly.  This fragranced flowering plant is native to China and is widely consumed in Asia. The use of Osamanthus flower in tea like white, green, black and Oolong tea dates back to Ming Dynasty in China. It’s probably one of the finest examples of flowers and tea leaves being used together. In very traditional Chinese wedding, Osamanthus is associated with marriage and family, it is a plant symbol of love, honest and gracefulness between lovers.

In Thailand, Osamanthus is praised for its unique rich aroma as “Hom Muen Li” which means a floral fragrance of 5000 kilometers. When “Hom Muen Li” dried blossoms are infused with fresh Oolong tea leaves, the blend brings about a reminiscence of sweet summer apricots, adding fruity flavor notes oin the tea that easily wins the hearts of tea drinkers.

Sabai-Arom takes you up on the hilltops of Doi Mae Sa Long Mountain in Chiang Rai province about 1,200 meters above sea level, right in the heart of the Golden Triangle, where you can inhale pure fresh air, enjoy the magical scenery, and experience those beautiful Oolong tea fields on the fertile slopes with Osamanthus trees in bloom grown in line beautifully.

The village of Doi Mae Sa Long is inhabited by the Yunnan Chinese, whose ancestors eventually found their way after the Chinese Civil War to set up a peaceful village on the hilltops with permission from the Thai government. Today, Doi Mae Sa Long has gained the worldwide reputation for its excellent Oolong tea quality owing to the geographic and climates conditions that are simply tailor-made for cultivation of tea plants.

Our Osamanthus Tea collection captures all the wonderfulness and slow life from Doi Mae Sa Long, Chiang Rai creating a unique floral-fruity blend of Osmanthus Flowers and Oolong Tea.  We invite you to take on a journey of floral fragrance that scents 5000 kilometers away for you can be always happy a distance wherever you will go!

An Inspiring Mahachanok Mango

Mango is an exceptional and sacred fruit to Southeast Asia symbolizing wealth and prosperity. Among the various types of mango, Sabai-Arom has travelled to source the unique Mahachanok mango from its original home— Tiew Tong garden located in Lamphun province, northern part of Thailand for our Mango Orchard collection. We spent days learning about this extraordinary mango from the local farmers and were captured by its story and the distinct characteristics. Mahachanok mango was first introduced to the market in 1990 by Uncle Dej Tiew Tong, a local Thai farmer from Tiew Tong garden whose life was dedicated to sustainability. It is a hybrid between the Thai’s Nang Klang Wan and American’s Sunset mangoes, which can only be harvested once a year from April to May making it a very special seasonal ingredient.  Inspiringly, Uncle Dej named the fruit after His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s literary translation of Mahajanaka, a book that represents the values of intellect, awareness and sustainability.  The distinct characteristics of Mahachanok also lie in its multi-colored skin, which is green on one side and peachy orange on the other where it faces west to the sunset as well as the outstanding fragrant and juicy nectar. Today, the much loved Mahachanok mango is grown across Thailand and has become a valuable export bringing sustainable income to many local communities.

Usage : Massage into hands. Use throughout the day when needed.

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