You can make dry hair silky and manageable and dry skin soft to the touch by using some of the beauty secrets from Hawaii.

The exotic oil, Kukui Nut Oil, comes from the Kukui nut tree and is the official state tree of Hawaii. It was used as lamp oil in early times, as well as being used as a healing oil for burns, skin irritations and wounds. It easily penetrates the skin and hair and contains a high fatty acid content which is necessary for softening the skin and hair. It’s aroma is sweet, pleasant, with a nutty undertone. Due to its moisturizing and regenerative properties, it is extremely beneficial for mature, aging skin as a facial and body oil and used to treat radiation burns from breast cancer radiotherapy.

Did you know that Hawaii is the largest producer of macadamia nuts in the world? While these are wonderful to eat and enjoy, Macadamia Nut Oil is highly emollient, has no odor, is suitable for massage, and its fatty acid content closely resembles human sebum. Being a lower priced oil than Kukui Nut Oil, it is widely used in skin care products.

Hawaiian Saying…
Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua.
Unfolded by the water are the faces of the flowers.

Queen Kapiolani Skin Elixir
(Smells heavenly - Regenerative & balancing for the skin)

2 oz. Macadamia Nut Oil
1 oz. Kukui Nut Oil
½ oz. Jojoba Oil
½ oz. Fractionated Coconut Oil
12 drops Ylang Ylang Complete
8 drops Rose Geranium
10 drops Sandalwood

Mix essential oils and add to Carrier Oils. Massage gently
on the face as well as all over the body for a luxurious silky glow!

We hope you’ll lavish your entire body with these exotic oils and feel the difference using these Hawaiian beauty tips.

Author's Bio: 

Susan Stype, Aromatherapist and Owner of Arlys Naturals, a trusted online source for essential oils, including many exotic and rare essential oils, professional natural skin care products and much more. Her research has shown a connection between healthy skin, well-being amd essential oils. Arlys Naturals,, 877-502-7597. Sign up today for free online newsletter.