Dept of Daft: Ojon Tawaka "The Ball"
What he came back with and is seemingly turning into a lucrative venture is coconut oil. But, hey, good luck to him. Anyway, the Ojon folks have now come up with The Ball ($65). It is an exfoliator, but this is no ordinary buffer. It has the same antioxidant properties as 2,834 pounds of blueberries. Not 2,835; no temptation to round it up. See, these are detail people. The other thing I really like is that the "ancient" blend of ingredients are rare and "wildcrafted". I keep being tempted to misread that as "witchcrafted".
So, there is rare and wildcrafted cocoa and cocoa seed (which, to be fair, are indeed antioxidant, although a Cornell University study recently awarded top slot to blueberries followed by cranberries, apples and grapes). There are plenty of coconut palm derivatives (to be expected as this is the Ojon signature ingredient).
In all seriousness, I do like the inclusion of some interesting botanicals: bixa orellana (also called annato seed), which is South American plant with strong medicinal properties including an anti-inflammatory; carapa guaianensis; and guarana, which has five times more caffeine than coffee.