This Fragrance Collection Is A Favorite of Hollywood's A-List Women

Kai Fragrance

When Gaye Straza first wore her fragrance that embodied the exotic white flowers she cherished from her youth vacationing in Hawaii, she was stopped by a beauty editor on Madison Avenue asking where she could buy the scent.

Shortly after, Straza introduced kai fragrance at her own luxury women’s fashion boutique in Malibu. Since then, it quickly became a cult favorite catching the eye (and nose) of Hollywood’s top women from Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts to Oprah and Reese Witherspoon.

Kai Fragrance

Today, Straza has two intoxicating scent collections – Signature kai (our favorite) has a light fragrance with the scent of a gardenia top note wrapped in white exotics while kai Rose also has a floral scent of a gardenia top note wrapped in white exotics, but is layered with rose absolute, geranium, bergamot, cedarwood, and clove.

Each scent comes is available in a variety of product offerings including perfume sprays and roll-ons (Perfume OilEau De ParfumBody Glow), lotions and self-care products (Hand CreamBody ButterDeodorant), bath/shower products (ShampooBody BufferBathing Bubbles) and home fragrance (Reed DiffuserNightlight Candle).

Kai Fragrance

All kai products are paraben, sulfate, phthalate, phosphate & gluten free, microbead free, cruelty-free, and vegan. They are meant to be layered as each beautifully scented product complements the next so you can start by using the shampoo, conditioner and body wash in the shower then finish off your beauty routine by applying body lotion, a spritz of body glow or eau de parfum. Around the house, the reed diffuser and nightlight candle will keep your home smelling fresh and clean.

kai is sold in exclusive boutiques and spas all over the world as well as Amazon’s Luxury Beauty, and Anthropologie.

Kellie Speed

Kellie Speed is a freelance writer with more than 20 years' experience writing for a variety of publications, including US Veterans magazine, DiverseAbility and BestReviews. She also contributed to Moon Metro's Boston guidebook published by Avalon Travel Publishing and can be reached at ...(Read More)

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