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Early-morning birdsong. Buds forming on branches. Hyacinths boldly asserting their fragrant heads through the soil. The scents of possibility returning to the air.
After a long winter, spring reassures us of the life, beauty and resilience of nature. Naia, our perfect-for-spring collection, echoes that promise, evoking the clarity and rejuvenation that comes from time spent in nature.
“Naia” (NIE-uh) means “spring” in Norwegian, and is related to the words for “flowing” and “water nymph” in Greek. So it’s a perfect name for such a reinvigorating collection.
Naia offers a gentle wake-up call to help revitalize the skin and senses, both through its fresh green fragrance and the stimulating properties of its featured ingredient. Yerba mate (YER-bah MAH-tay) is a South American herb that has been used for centuries to sustain energy and rejuvenate skin. (Discover more about the invigorating benefits of yerba mate here).
With Naia, Thymes chemists and perfumer perfected a formulation of extraordinary refreshment. The collection's fragrance blends tart yuzu, quenching lychee and tangy lemon pulp that shine like noonday sun. Clean watery notes of water lily, dewy cyclamen and shimmering bamboo leaves quench the senses. Fresh-cut herbs add a bright green note, while Hinoki wood and sheer musk forge a warm, affirming finish.
Each revitalizing Naia bodycare product is further enhanced with beneficial minerals, vitamins and skin-smoothing ingredients such as hydrating glycerin and conditioning shea butter. Naia home fragrance offerings spread the scent of spring’s bright optimism throughout your surroundings.
Like nature’s perennial concert striking up outdoors, Naia promotes a state of focus and self-awareness that allows us to truly appreciate the world around us. Just in time for spring!
I adore this scent. For some reason it reminds me of my solo trip to Paris. Maybe myroom was infused with a similar aroma. It's lovely. But Naia does not mean Spring in Norwegian. The word is "vår". Although you are correct about the root word Naiad. Lovely, nonetheless.
Hanna K has a delightful writer's prose that I enjoyed. I'm a writer and can spot another quickly. Thanks for the delightful "Spring has sprung" I think I'll try the fragnance.
I just discovered Naia and the Thymes line at my local Hallmark store and I am HOOKED! This is the freshest and most refreshing scent I have found in a long, long time. It just smells clean without being overpowering. Thank you for an excellent product!
The bloosoms opening on all the fruit trees looking like big clouds of white, pink or salmon clouds. It's mind bending when orange blossoms open and the scent is overpowering and delicious.
I look outside my old window and see the mailman pull up in his off-white car, putting a neat bundle of letters into my mailbox. My heart races a bit, I love getting letters, and I walk to my front door, sliding on my gray rubber galoshes, and trying my best to gracefully run down my stairs and out to my mailbox. I open my door and this beautiful and subtle smell fills my lungs, and suddenly those letters become the last thing on my mind. All I smell is Spring. I stop, with my hand still clutching the closing door, and I inhale while listening to the hushed chirps of sweet little birds, dancing on the branches of my oak tree. This sight is sublime. This is the season I look forward to and it's here. I let the door shut and I just sit, content to wade about in the perfectly cool air, while the young sun comes out to dance on my face. I let the sound of birds and the wind finding it's way through the branches, fill my ears. I let myself rest in this beauty and this is when I know, Spring has sprung.
At 9500', spring comes late, if at all.
In our small mountain town, the first signs of spring are the odor of dog poop, followed by mud thicker than you would ever hope to see, and finally, FINALLY, when all else seems to have failed, a bright green sprout along the side of the road where the ambient warmth of
pavement and sun help Mother Nature along.
Doors and windows are flung open, the long underwear are tucked away and replaced by shorts. Because after all, 40F at 7:30 in the
morning is pretty darn HOT at 9,600'.
Naia would certainly help wake up the indoors before the outdoors throws off her wintry mantle and would be so appreciated in our home.
Received a free sample of Naia with my very first order from Thymes. Fantastic!! While my favorite Thymes scent is Eucalyptis, Naia is a close second. Great work Thymes!!
How do I know that Spring has Sprung? When I see all the beautiful flowers and smell the scented air. Love spring !!!!!
Here in New England it is hard to tell when Spring has arrived. The birds however do know and start showing up in larger numbers, singing to each other.
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