Monday, 15 April 2013

Kai - too much gorgeousness for one post.


If you haven't smelt Kai yet, just imagine being smacked upside the nostrils with a large bouquet of white florals - the main component being gardenia. Gardenia on crack. Kai smells like gardenia on crack. 
(And you thought I couldn't do fragrance reviews! Pah!) 

Kai is in all seriousness one of those perfect little niche brands that seem to tick all the boxes both in their product offering and in relationship to their customers. They have some innovative products - including this beautiful body buffer - it's riddled with product, you just wet and go....

If you prefer just lounging in a hot bath and dreaming of sunnier climes the Bathing Bubbles are beyond.



And if you just want to basically smell it 24/7 they have beautiful, fragrant candles.


They have a lovely, simple website and actually update their blog regularly. And don't get me started on the Pinterest or Instagram. Too many gorgeous pictures of gorgeous things.


Kai is available from Beauty Works WestLiberty Bath Shop and Cult Beauty. I've bought from all three.




*No affiliate links. I don't work for Kai. But I TOTALLY WOULD if they wanted to pay me in product. Alrighty then.






8 comments:

  1. I love the look of Kai products, i've never tried them but this post has pushed me over the ledge!

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  2. Oooooh I really want the candle so I can smell it all the time!

    Alice ♥ alicekatex.blogspot.com

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  3. I hoarded the body wash for over a year, using sparingly when I needed a pick-me-up. This is one of the few body products I would ever repurchase.

    Strangely enough I was never into white flowers until I tried this. Now, ahhh. Lovely.

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  4. The candle looks great and I love your description of the scent. I always love reading your posts x

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  5. gardenia!! whoaoaooa! better than a camellia smell!!
    kai in Maori means food. come for kai kids etc (as we say, down here)
    I'ld be happy to eat the stuff.
    nic

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  6. These Kai products look yummy is all I can say. I will try them when I have the next opportunity to splurge a bit on myself, thanks!

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  7. I'd like to have a bath with the bubbles in the tub for a good soak, and have the candle burning in the bathroom as well...heavenly.

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  8. I grew up with gardenia bushes outside my front door! You had me on the word "gardenia". My favorite flowers!!

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