Beauty Routine: Timeless Beauty Set

3 Step Process from Pualani Soap Hawaii:

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1) After washing your skin with Pualani Soap, tap in or spread couple drops of Hawaiian Kukui Nut & Squalane Facial Serum on your face and neck

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2) Lightly spread Hawaiian Beeswax Eye Balm with rose hip and rose otto around and over the skin around your eyes

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3) For extra care and protection, use small pea size amount of Anti Aging Face & Neck Cream with pure essential oil blend and Hawaiian Beeswax

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Ribeye Steak Salad

Photo by: Ka'iulani Spices

Photo by: Ka'iulani Spices

Recipe by Ka'iulani Spices


  • 1 ribeye steak
  • 1/2 to 1 tsp Ka`iulani Alaea Sea Salt with Garlic & Herbs
  • 2 cups chopped romaine lettuce
  • 1 small carrot, julienned
  • 1 cup cherry tomatoes, cut in half
  • 1/4 cup green onions, cut across
  • Ka`iulani Spices - based salad dressing or your own


1 Rub Alaea on both sides of steak. Let marinate for at least an hour.

2 Grill or sear steak to your liking. Let it rest at least 5 minutes. .

3 Slice thin. Put all salad ingredients together, and toss with salad dressing. Lay steak slices on top of salad. Drizzle some dressing on top

Yield: 1-2 people (you can add more salad)

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Making a Wrappily Gift Bag


Article from December 15, 2014 via:


We love a beautifully wrapped gift, but sometimes you just need a gift bagโ€”whether itโ€™s for an overstuffed teddy bear, a baseball glove, or a sleeve of homemade cookies. No need to go buy something new, you can keep it eco-friendly and Wrappily-cute by fashioning our 100% recyclable and compostable paper into a custom made gift bag using this easy tutorial. (Seriously, we whipped-up the bags pictured here in just a few minutes!)

What you need:
1. Wrappily paper
2. Glue stick or double-sided tape
3. Scissors
4. Tape
5. Chipboard or cardboard
6. Twine, yarn, or ribbon
7. A single hole punch

First, some tips from our test crafters:

Size: To determine the dimensions of your bag, find a box that comfortably fits your gift item. Use this box to build your bag using this tutorial

Reinforce: These bags are fine as-is for lighter items, but if your gift item weighs over a few pounds you can reinforce your bag in these ways:

- Add structure by cutting out a piece of chipboard or cardboard to place at the bottom of the bag (simply trace the box for the correct size).

- Reinforce the handles by glueing a strip of chipboard or card stock to the inside of the bag where the handles attach. 

- Doubling up the paper will help the bag keep it's shape and give it more strength for heavier items.


Choose your wrapping paper in our online shop:
Gift Wrap & Stationary