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Beauty & Medicines Born from Botanicals

Indigo Elixirs are handcrafted organic beauty, healing topical medicines and herbal skin care formulated by a licensed herbalist in her Manoa jungle apothecary of Honolulu, Hawaii. Deanna Rose, L.Ac & Dipl.OM, sources plant materials from local farmers as well as her own garden to provide wellness items that are as fresh as they are potent. Each botanical offering is cultivated consciously and infused with only the purest and most sustainable ingredients available. By working with diverse and abundant island flora, every Elixir captures a hint of Hawaii's lush exotic essence. 

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Elixir Collective 11

Elixir Collective No. 11 ~ Lux & Nox Facial Serums

The December Elixir Collective subscription box featured two exclusive batch facial oils, Lux & Nox. These two botanical oils are designed to nourish the delicate facial complexion, and are named after the words light & night in Latin. The duo were inspired by the shortest day of the year, the winter solstice...
December 29, 2018 by Deanna Ahigian
Elixir Collective No. 10

Elixir Collective No. 10 ~ Cacao Oil Mask & Chocolate Balm

Of all of nature’s delectable pleasures, few offer such universal delight as the exotic Cacao bean. The November Elixir Collective subscription box featured an exclusive batch Cacao Oil Mask and a sample of my latest reincarnation of Chocolate Balm. These offerings were sent along with hand-decorated recycled paper card with the following words...

November 30, 2018 by Deanna Ahigian
Elixir Collective No. 9

Elixir Collective No. 9 ~ 'Iliahi Incense & Ritual Resin

The October Elixir Collective subscription box featured hand-rolled 'Iliha Incense and Ritual Resin, two offerings inspired by rare and beautiful Hawaiian Sandalwood. Each package included a tin of three incense cones on a bed of Big Island Sandalwood chips, a natural agate stone, a dram glass dropper of Ritual Resin perfume, a muslin bag and a card with the following words... 
October 30, 2018 by Deanna Ahigian