Lani & Kai on the Map

Lani & Kai on the Map

From Oahu’s east-side blue waters to the calm buzz of its North Shore, you’ll be able to spot our sherbet packs in a diverse mix of retailers. We’ve marked up the map and curated a list of our favorite shops that carry Lani & Kai in proximity to Hawaii’s beaches. That way, if you ever forget to pack some sunscreen for a day on the waves, you can count on Lani & Kai to keep your skin protected and our oceans clean. 

Realize that you’re on your way to Sandys, but left the sunscreen at home? Take a quick stop by Koko Marina Shopping Center to pick up your mineral sunscreen essentials at Local Motion. Whether you’re planning on shredding through the waves or lounging on the sand, Lani & Kai has got you covered. Hawai’i institution, Local Motion is a mere five minutes away from Sandy Beach, and other east side favorites like Makapuu and Alan Davis! 

Hawaii’s hottest tourist location also houses a few must-see surf spots. Whether you’re making a trip to Oahu or taking a quick staycation, sunscreen is a must-have when in Waikiki. Sitting at the intersection between Kalakaua Ave and Saratoga Road, you’ll find Hemptuary Hawaii, one of Lani & Kai’s newest retailers! While grabbing some packs to go, you might find yourself checking out some of the Heptuary’s after sun products, which make a perfect pair with our mineral sunscreen. If you don’t want to venture out any farther than Queens, check out Lawson's station and even grab some classic pineapple dole whip to go! 

Although the south side of the island is mainly known for its outdoor shopping spots and busy town life, Magic Island beach park makes for an amazing place to watch the sunset. You can even park at Ala Moana Shopping Center and sneak over to the beach--the best of both worlds. While at Ala Moana, check out Local Motion’s town location located on the Ewa side of the mall. Stack up on all your beach day essentials: towels, swimsuits, and of course, Lani & Kai. If you want to make it a day of shopping, venture a few neighborhoods over into Kakaako. Check out some vintage clothing and trendy accessories at the locally owned Lani & Kai retailer, Island Boy

A beach day in Haleiwa is the perfect excuse to treat yourself to some high-quality sunscreen. On your way to Pupukea Beach or Waimea Bay, take a stroll through Haleiwa town and you’ll find Bodega Hawaii. This retailer carries a wide variety of items local to Hawaii from honey harvested on the North Shore to Lani & Kai’s sunscreen packs! 

All of our retailers are located a walking distance from some of Hawaii’s favorite beaches. If you ever find yourself without sunscreen, know that there’s always a Lani & Kai pack around the corner! 

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