What’s 98 per cent natural, 99 per cent vegan, 100 per cent mindful and smells like birthday cake? It might sound like the latest trend in healthy cuisine, but it’s actually a skincare product from the company, LALICIOUS. Available at Le Visage along with a whole line of other LALICIOUS products, Birthday Cake Sugar Scrub exfoliates and moisturises skin and it doesn’t contain dodgy-sounding ingredients like parabens, sulfates, phthalates, gluten, paraffin, petroleum, mineral oil, triclosan or propylene glycol. Instead, it has delicious-sounding ingredients like cane sugar, honey, cold-pressed coconut and sweet almond oils. A word of warning, however: It smells so good, it will probably make you hungry.
A Multicultural Sandwich
Petit Paris has come up with a new dish that celebrates Grand Cayman’s diversity. The French bakery has taken Cayman Brac goat, deboned it, cooked it in a Jamaican-style curry mixed with potato and onions and then put it on an Italian-styled grilled panini. The result is a delicious sandwich that tastes similar to a roti sandwich from India or Trinidad and Tobago, but is a perfect reflection of Grand Cayman’s multicultural make-up — and it doesn’t need a work permit!
Rub-a-dub-dub, a Speaker in a Tub
Twenty years ago, this was the stuff of science fiction: A powerful and portable stereo speaker system powered by the sun that could play thousands of songs with the touch of a button on your small mobile telephone. And it can do all of this while floating in the ocean, a pool or a hot tub! Welcome to the future and ECOXGEAR’s rugged and waterproof SolJam, which features two loud 10W speakers, a subwoofer, Bluetooth connectivity and a high-efficiency solar panel. You can even charge your cell phone or other electronic devices from the SolJam — when it’s not floating in the water, of course! Available at the Cayman MAC Store.
The end is near. The end of summer, that is. After this month, the average temperature in the Cayman Islands starts to go down, offering a respite from the oppressive heat of summer. But make no mistake: September is still hot, hot, hot! One way to stay cool is with the new summer drinks at Häagen-Dazs. One of them in particular, the refreshing ice mojito, combines cool mint, tart lemon sorbet and bubbly Sprite to create a drink guaranteed to lower your body temperature. It’s a hot-selling, thirst-quelling, minty-smelling trip to Chill City. And it doesn’t even contain alcohol!