This month box showcased new beginnings- new baby and the sort of new plastic bag ban on O’ahu.


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Brook and Gloria started Lanikai Bath and Body over a decade ago with the hopes of creating products that were all natural and showcased the true fragrances of Hawaii’s fruits and flowers. We have included a bottle of their baby shampoo as homage to the new bundle of joy that just joined the My Aloha Post family. Use this baby shampoo to take care of your own sensitive skin or even as a great way to take care of your make-up brushes.

Mom-trepreneuer Giselle Santana started her business, Naturally Young at Heart, after she had her first child because she saw a need for cute and gender neutral Hawaii inspired kids wear. When she’s not busy taking care of her own keiki you can find her working hard creating products for her shop. A one woman show, Giselle designs all the patterns and sews each of the items that her little shop offers. We’ve included her cloth napkins in this box so that you can use them to bring a little flair to your dinner table, as a burp cloth or even in your purse as a handkerchief.

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The Hawai’i’ state motto is  “ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono”   which translates to “ the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.”  We may be a little late in the game but Oahu has finally joined the plastic bag ban officially forcing everyone to be more green!  We thought this tote, and reminder of our responsibility to give back to the ‘aina came with perfect timing.  Keep this tote from Maui Thing in your car to remember to use it when you shop or as a carry-all for all your or your keiki’s belongings.

We hope that with this box a change in the season brings a breath of crisp, fresh air and inspiration into your lives, wherever you may be!

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