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    Desert Queen Essences
    Desert Queen has captured the essence of the elusive Queen of the Night cactus flower (Night-Blooming Cereus). One night a year, this inconspicuous cactus, native to the Sonoran and Chihuhuan deserts, unfolds buds to reveal dramatic, white flowers with a most intoxicating scent.
  2. Abalone Shell and Sage
    Earth & Sea Abalone Shell & Mini white sage + Ceremonial Mix 2oz bag
    Sacred white sage was used by Native Americans. Smudging white sage releases a calming and spiritual smell to purify any room. The abalone shell is a natural holder for smudging sage, beautiful while functional. Ceremonial mix contains Desert Sage, White Sage, Cedar, and Sweetgrass leaves.
  3. Aquis Towels
    Aquis Towels
    Aquis® towels are made of Aquitex®, a super absorbent material woven from ultrafine microfibers. The technology behind the microfiber towel enables water to be drawn from hair and skin more quickly and thoroughly than other towels. See Aquis Hair Towels, Body Towels, Sport Towels, and for your four footed friends, Aquis Doggie Dryers!
  4. Aquis Hair Turban
    Aquis Hair Turban

    Convenient and easy to fasten turban with self-securing button closure treats your hair very gently while securing and drying. Great for curly and delicate hair needing the gentlest treatment. Find the best Aquis Essentials for your hair here...

  5. Aquis Exfoliating Face and Body Mitt
    Exfoliating Face and Body Mitt
    Gently deep cleans, lightly exfoliates, removes residual impurities. See more Aquis exfoliating mitts, back scrubbers, and more...
  6. Sonoma Lavender Dotted Heat Wrap
    Sonoma Lavender
    Lavender's aroma relaxes you, while deep heat soothes muscles. See Sonoma Lavender's Heated Spa Collection and more...
  7. Ultra Luxe Lilac Robe from Sonoma Lavender
    Ultra Luxe Lilac Robe
    ULTRA-LUXE ROBE is luxuriously soft, light, but warm, a spa robe that's perfect for cool mornings after the shower or lounging in front of the fire in the evenings. See more...