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  Today, February 4, is World Cancer Day.   The theme for 2020 is "I am and I will"... and it packs a powerful punch!     With just five little words, this theme highlights the value of every individual to fight against cancer. It is an empowering call-to-action asking people to do something to save the future. The theme also acknowledges that all of us can fight against cancer. You see, most of us have known someone, or have been that person, who suffered (or is still suffering) through...

When I was a little girl, I remember watching my grandmother and, eventually, my mom put on their face creams as part of their nightly rituals. Whether sitting at their vanity or standing gracefully over their bathroom counters, these ladies obviously had their lives together (or so it seemed that way to younger-me). They would radiate confidence. So sure of themselves. So in control. So… beautiful. But for the life of me, I cannot remember either of them using any face oils. They may have, but I still really can’t...

Fall is FINALLY here! And while most of us around the country are just now experiencing some cooler weather- and honestly, who knows how long that’ll last - I think it’s safe to say we’re ready for all that autumn brings: campfires, cool evenings, snuggling in our blankets with warm socks and, of course, Hocus Pocus marathons. ((Bette Midler will always be CC Bloom to me, but wow! The Sanderson Sisters definitely make me want to run amuck (amuck amuck)! 😉 )) Still, one of the most exciting things, in...

Have you heard of Ho’oponopono?   No, it’s not a tongue twister. Ho’oponopono is the Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. Here at Hawaiian Healing Skin Care, we love everything that Ho’oponopono stands for and try to incorporate it into everything we do — whether than means giving back to our customers, giving back to Hawaiian conservation non-profit organizations (like the Hawaii Wildlife Fund), purchasing from small businesses and local vendors on the islands, or simply making our Hawaiian products with the utmost love and care. We want to share...

For most of us around the globe, June 11th is just another typical Tuesday. But to Hawaiian’s, this day is a state holiday - a joyous day full of festivals, culture, traditions, and honoring Kamehameha the Great (aka Kamehameha the First, Kamehameha I, and King Kamehameha). Celebrations for Honor Throughout the day, patrons participate in several activities throughout the Islands of Hawai’i, oftentimes with multiple chances to catch a ho’olaul eʻa.  A Hoʻolauleʻa is a Hawaiian celebration or festival, which may consist of authentic hula dancing and music, foods, vendors...