Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Upcoming Craft shows
Westfield SpringFling, April 26th 2009
Metuchen Street Festival, May 31st 2009
Denville Rotary Street Festival, June 7th 2009
KAYA Spring and Summer Collection 2
Whitehouse Station Craft Fair pic

All soaps are $4.50

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See the KAYA Spring and Summer Bodycare Collection 1 in my previous blog (scroll down) and other products such as lotion bars, body butter and salt scrub. A complete price list is also available in the Collection 1 blog.

Delight, improve, heal, and protect your skin with this line of products that are crafted using traditional Asian skin- rejuvenating botanicals such as hibiscus, forsythia and honeysuckle flower extracts along with rice bran oil (made famous by the flawless-skinned Rice-Bran Beauties of Japan ) and the balancing essential oils from both Eastern and Western cultures.

Honeysuckle Forsythia from KAYA ASIA
With Lavender Ylang Ylang
Soothe your skin with Honeysuckle and Forsythia; possibly the most popular remedy in Traditional Chinese Medicine for clearing the "heat" and eliminating toxins. Rice bran oil contains two powerful forms of Vitamin E including tocotrienol in the most concentrated form of vit E existing in nature; and oryzanol for protection from UV rays. Lavender and YlangYlang balance sebum production

Insect Repellant Soap from KAYA ASIA

Chase the bugs away!
With insect-repelling essential oils such as Cedarwood, Citronella, Eucalyptus and Palmarosa.

Calendula petals swirled throughout. Perfect for you or your dog. Plus rice bran oil is great for a dog's coat! You won't believe how good this essential oil blend smells.

Geranium Palmarosa from KAYA ASIA

Red Hibiscus powder has skin-saving and anti-aging properties with its free radical scavenging properties. It's also found in KAYA ASIA salt scrub. Rice bran oil is packed with anti-oxidant vitamin E in the form of tocopherol and tocotrienol

Whitehouse Station Craft Show
The Whitehouse Station Craft show was held on April 4th 2009.
It was our first craft show! We were busy the whole time and we had a ball. We learned how to talk to customers while "coolly" packaging their items in pretty bags with ribbons. Linc came up with a great demo on the lotion bar and had all the ladies paying great attention to his detailed instructions. And we get to do it all over again this Sunday, April 26th in Westfield. It will be our first outdoor show and the forecast calls for a sunny day with a high of 83 degrees. Come enjoy the day with us in Westfield!
The winner of the craft show door prize was Natalie Wadley of Moorestown, New Jersey. Her gift containing soaps, lotions bars and salt scrub was mailed to her home.
Congratulations Natalie!

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