Hawaii Mom Blog: Amlou Living




July 9, 2021

Amlou Living

Amlou, a popular edible, nutty spread in Morocco, was part of the inspiration behind Amlou Living - a lifestyle and wellness brand of small batch, locally-made home and beauty products made right here in Hawaii.

I was fortunate to receive a few products from the Amlou collection, which was the brainchild of co-founders Jennifer Kim and Christina Takahashi. They have integrated the sights, scents, and experiences from their travels to Morocco into their quality products, a sampling of which I was fortunate to have received.

The 100% phthalate-free fragrance, natural coconut soy wax candle is such a pleasant addition to my nightstand.

The Amlou Cotton Face Mask is perfect for these pandemic times. The adjustable straps, rose hue, and shape of the mask makes it both fashionable and functional - wear it for travel, work, or every day errands.
Also perfect for these times is the best-selling Orange Blossom Hand Sanitizer, which smells amazing. With 70% alcohol and a refillable bottle, this sanitizer is perfect to toss in my Amlou tote.

I love the muted hues, clean lines, and minimalistic feel of the Amlou brand, which totally suits my personality.

I can't wait to see what other products Amlou Living will start to offer!

For more information and to shop the Amlou Living line, visit www.amlouliving.com.

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