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Red Flower blooms at Spa at Trump

April 24th, 2014
Catherine Caldwell gets a double arm and hand massage at the Spa at Trump, as an introduction to the Red Flower product line. (Star-Advertiser photo by Nadine Kam)

Catherine Caldwell gets a double arm and hand massage at the Spa at Trump, as an introduction to the Red Flower product line. (Star-Advertiser photo by Nadine Kam)

The Spa at Trump introduced its newest luxury product line, Red Flower, with a pamper party that took place April 23.

There were hand massages showcasing the organic spa line that started in 1999, launching at Barney's New York that year.

Red Flower's original claim to fame was its petal-topped candles. The petals match the scent of the candles, honoring their country of origin, such as French lavender, Indian jasmine, Icelandic moonflower and Spanish gardenia.

The idea of topping the candle with a flower was intended to help create a ritual that would urge people to slow down and pause to remove the blossom, before lighting the candle. Touching the flowers also scents the fingertips, literally getting people to stop and smell the flowers.

Those scents have made their way into treatments, such as a Healing Hawaiian Ocean Ritual and Naturally Yours Facial, that will be launch in the fall.

In the meantime, the products are available for purchase, and might be a thoughtful gift for Mother's Day, along with a gift certificate for relaxing a spa treatment.

This pretty pink candle and spa set is rooted in the scent of Japanese peony.

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Red Flower's Ocean Moisturizing Body Lotion and Revitalizing Sea Salt Scrub will be used in the spa's body treatments.

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When not in the massage chair, guests enjoyed cocktails and this tomato cappuccino with truffle essence foam, topped with a mini carnita slider, from Trump's Wai'olu Ocean View Lounge.

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