Sweet Blends

  • "Beso de Verano" comes from the Spanish word meaning, "summer kiss." This light luscious scent has tones of tangerine with refreshing watermelon. 
  • “Azucar Rosada” comes from the Spanish words meaning, "pink sugar." This coconut and lime combo accents well with tones of sweet candy goodness. 
  • "Chiquiada” comes from the Spanish word meaning "spoiled girl." This tangy raspberry scent has hints of sweet vanilla with yummy cotton candy. 
  • "Pradera Dulce" comes from the Spanish word meaning "sweet meadow" This tranquil scent has all the aromas of a floral meadow with soft traces of calming lavender, delightful plumeria, and flavorful sangria. 
  • "Ponche" comes from the Spanish word meaning "Punch". Tart pomegranate with a splash of blood orange creating a tangy fresh scrumptious scents
  • "La Playa" comes from the Spanish word meaning “the beach.”  warm coconut and sweet pineapple, taking you back to the perfect day at the beach.

Floral Blends

    • “Flor de Fuego” comes from the Spanish words meaning, "fire flower." This scent has a timeless plumeria aroma with infused spicy notes. 
    • Agua De Rosas" comes from the Spanish words meaning "rose water". Floral scent is fresh and clean with hints of rose petals, peony, and refreshing rainwater. 
    • "Edén" comes from the Spanish word meaning "Eden". Sweet honeysuckle and fresh cut gardenias stimulate memories of a floral garden in bloom. 

    Woodsy Blends

    • "La Vinería" comes from the Spanish word meaning "the vineyard." This bold scent has aromas of mahogany and a perfect hint of white grapes picked fresh off the vine. 
    • "Novio" comes from the Spanish word meaning "boyfriend." This manly and masculine scent has earthy tones of amber, oakmoss, and red cedar. 
    • "Luna" comes from the Spanish word meaning "Moon". Seducing aroma of clean sea salt with an undercurrent of salty vanilla and warm musk
    • "Duraznero" comes from the Spanish word meaning "peach tree". Aromatic  woody tones of oakmoss with a synchronized blend of a succulent peach.  

      Fresh Spa Blends

    • "El Jardín" comes from the Spanish words meaning "garden." Cool mint with hints of green tea and soothing lemongrass reminiscent of a fresh cut garden.
    • "Bosque" comes from the Spanish word meaning "forest" Earthy and relaxing scent has calming properties of lavender with soft notes of cedar wood. 
    • "Buenas Noches" in Spanish means "good night". Aromas of calming eucalytpus and soothing lavender will help you unwind and envision your favorite spa.
    • "Verano Indio" comes from the Spanish words meaning "Indian Summer" Bold saffron fused with cardamom ginger and lemongrass is sure to lift the mood of any room.
    • "Camita" comes from the Spanish words meaning "little bed". A crisp cotton linen paired with freshly picked lavender, a must have blend.

      Seasonal Blends

      • "Invierno Blanco" comes from the Spanish words meaning, "white winter". This seasonal blend combines cypress and pine with an undertone of eucalyptus and mint. 
      • "Arándano Picante" comes from the Spanish words meaning "cranberry spice". This seasonal blend combines tangy cranberry with tones of cinnamon and cider.
      • NEW "Manzanita" comes from the Spanish words meaning "little apple." This fall blend has hints of crisp apple and nutmeg with undertones of sandalwood and musk.
      • NEW "Calabaza Roja" comes from the Spanish words meaning "red pumpkin". Spicy pumpkin chai intertwined with autumn woodsy undertones make this scent essential for the season.