Scents

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Nāʻālehu is an area in the Kaʻū district on the southeast slopes of Mauna Loa near the Kaʻū forest reserve. Nāʻālehu is ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi for "the volcanic ashes." The volcanic soil is optimal for growing the renowned Kaʻū orange, a sweet orange with mottled skin. This soap has a sweet orange scent.

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Laupāhoehoe is an area on the northeast coast in the district of North Hilo. It is an old sugar plantation town that was tragically struck by a tsunami in 1946, which took the lives of twenty schoolchildren and four schoolteachers. This soap has a scent of fresh lemons.

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Kealakekua is an area on the western coast that was settled over a thousand years ago. Kealakekua means "pathway of the gods" in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi. This area contains many archeological and historical sites such as heiau (religious temples). Kealakekua has rich soil perfect for growing coffee and citrus. This soap has a scent of sweet grapefruit.

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Waiau is a lake located at 13,020 feet (3,970 meters) above sea level on Mauna Kea. Waiau means "swirling water" in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi, but this placid lake freezes in winter. It is a sacred site for kanaka maoli (native Hawaiians). This soap has a cooling peppermint scent.

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Nāmakanipaio is an area on the lower flank of Mauna Loa, near the Kīlauea Caldera and Halemaʻumaʻu, the home of Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire and volcanoes. Nāmakanipaio means "the fighting winds" in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi. The area contains a fragrant eucalyptus grove, 4,000 feet (1220 meters) above sea level, and this soap has a scent of eucalyptus.

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Kalōpā is an area on the upcountry windward slope of Mauna Kea in the Hāmākua district. This cool and wet lush forest at 2,000 feet (610 meters) in elevation contains an arboretum of native trees that attempts to preserve the endemic Hawaiian ecosystem as it existed before contact with man. This soap's scent contains notes of pine and cypress.

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Kaʻohe is a nature preserve area on the western slope of Mauna Kea. It is one of the last dry forests in Hawaiʻi and contains a habitat for the endangered Palila, a native bird. This soap's scent contains notes of lavender and cedar.