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6 Mini On The Go
Hand Creams

25 g. x 6

฿649.00

Inspired by the mountainous hideaway of northern Thailand, verdant in tea plantations, Sabai-Arom recaptures the delightful moments of highlands travel into three heartwarming fragrances, the “Tea Blossoms Collection”. This hand cream set is rich in cold-pressed Camellia Seed Oil and Rice Bran Oil, abundant in anti-oxidants to repair and protect dry skin:
Mae Hong Son Jasmine Infusion A sweet and mellow blend of Oolong Tea & Jasmine Flowers
Chiang Mai Cherry Blossom A fresh and sensuous floral of Wild Himalayan Cherry Blossom aka Thai Sakura
Chiang Rai Osmanthus Tea A floral fruity blend of Osamanthus Flowers & Oolong Tea.

The set consists of
1. Cherry Blossom Hand Cream 25 g. x 2
2. Osmanthus Tea Hand Cream 25 g. x 2
3. Jasmine Infusion Hand Cream 25 g. x 2

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Formula facts

93.2% Naturally Derived Ingredients

formulated without nasty chemicals

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

A Fresh Start with Chiang Mai Cherry Blossom

A Cherry Blossom in Chiang Mai, for real? Oh yes, it is.  Cherry Blossom Aka Sakura is no longer reserved only for Japan.  Its spectacular blooming scenery can also be seen in the North of Thailand. The wild cherry blossom trees here grow on verdant high mountains across northern region during December to February, attracting a number of tourists to enjoy the northern delights during the cool season and as a celebration of new year for the Thais. Thai and Japanese Sakuras are different in blooming period and size - Thai Sakura comes during December to February which is the cool season, while the Japanese Sakura, with bigger flower and more color density, exposes its flowers during April to May to welcome the spring season, a fresh start leaving the cold winter behind.  What both Cherry Blossoms of the two nations shared in common is – the celebration of happiness and new beginning. Thai Sakura is the Wild Himalayan cherry blossom species (Prunus cerasoides). Its name in Thai is “Naang phá-yaa suea-khrông”, which means “Tiger Queen”.  It originally blooms from Himalayan Mountains and widely spread into mountainous territories of northern Thailand namely Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Loei, Nan and Mae Hong Son provinces.  The most famous and closet day-trip spot to see the pink petals would be “Baan Khun Chang Khian” (Khun Chang Kian Highland Agriculture Research Center), a tiny village way up on Doi Pui mountain in Chiang Mai city. Chiang Mai’s breathtaking Cherry Blossom trees can be viewed in the gardens of Baan Khun Chang Khian, an ideal place for a romantic promenade.  There are a lot more to see and feel in Bann Khun Chang Khiang, including Coffee Arabica plantation, flower and temperate fruit gardens, the Hmong tribe’s way of life in the small Hmong village and the cool fresh breeze that purifies your senses. Sabai-arom bottles all that liveliness and sensuous floral scents of Thai Sakura into Chiang Mai Cherry Blossom collection, enlivening you to always look forward to seeing those beautiful pink petals again—and again.

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!

Sweet and Mellow scent of Jasmine Tea in Mae Hong Son

Our Jasmine Infusion Collection sets its journey to a hideaway tea plantation on mountaintop in Mae Hong Son province, located in the northern border that separates Thailand from Burma. Mae Hong Son is known as “The City of Three Mists” from the fact that it has dewy mist in the winter, forest fire mist in the summer and rainy mist in the rainy season. The inspired sensory is the reminiscence of a small village nestled up at the top of Mae Hong Son province called “Mae Aw” which is famous for its breathtaking views and tea cultivation. The villagers are mainly refugees fleeing from southern China during the regime change, who had drifted in northern parts of Thailand and previously made a living by growing opium for drug trade. With the royal patronage of His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej, they were given a Thai citizenship and a beautiful land to settle for life and also introduced means of support to improve their standards of living. Instead of opium they began to cultivate high quality tea varieties such as Oolong, which is their long-rooted wisdom passed down from China. A grateful love and loyalty of the villagers for the king can be primarily seen from the Thai king portraits hung in their traditional clay houses.  “Mae Aw” today is a popular tourist destination for both Thais and Foreigners to experience the combination of Thai-Yunnan culture and its beautiful Tea plantations. We take you away from the hectic city life to the mountainous hideaway of Mae Hong Son.  Jasmine Infusion Collection is created from the blend of Oolong Tea and Jasmine sensory, reminiscence sipping Jasmine tea looking over the verdant tea plantations. Discover our heartwarming scents collection that will immerse your senses into the charm of northern Thailand.  Come away with us!

Massage into hands. Use throughout the day when needed.

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