you're like, really pretty • soy candle
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YOUR SCENT CHOICES: ( we like to give you options, if you hadn't noticed <3 )
APRICOT + FIG: Sophisticated blend of apricot, fig , peach and green tea.
BLACKBERRY AMBER: Fruity, sexy blend of blackberry, cassis, amber and bergamot.
COASTAL FOG: Misty, balanced, salty ocean scent with a touch of sweet amber and vanilla. Infused with natural essential oils, including cardamom seed oil and clove leaf oil.
CACTUS FLOWER: Complex & alluring, blend of lime blossom. Fig leaf, coconut, pineapple, vanilla & driftwood.
COCONUT + VANILLA: Combination of creamy coconut with hints of warm vanilla and exotic musk, we think it smells like surf wax!
GARDENIA + HONEYSUCKLE: Notes of pretty gardenia are seduced with a tease of rose and sweetened with tender honeysuckle in an exceptionally beautiful blossom
HAVANA: Warm tobacco leaf, honey, citrus and spice
LAVENDER + AMBER Clean, relaxing lavender blended with rich and sultry amber.
MERMAID: Fresh ocean scent with notes of daylily, sea spray and watery florals
MOSS + RESIN: Wood & oakmoss blended with citrus, herbs, tonka bean and amber. Infused with natural essential oils, including sage, lavandin, and orange.
MOONSHINE: Spicy balsamic woods, sandalwood, patchouli + vanilla. rich, sexy, and slightly masculine.
OLIVE LEAF Olive branch, dewy fig leaves, sea mist, cyclamen petals and wild violets.
SUNSHINE: Fresh, bright blend of blue sage & lemongrass
VACATION: Warm sand, sea spray, salt, jasmine and mandarin.
VANILLA OAK: Warm vanilla with cedar, oak & a touch of patchouli
WILDFLOWER: Perfect for the floral lover, a rare blend of blooming tulips, english tea roses, purple hyacinth, exotic orchid and sweet lily of the valley
Your choice of:
standard size jar -
Hand poured in a 9 oz jar, (net weight 6.8-7 oz) burn time is approximately 50+ hours.
or large jar -
Hand poured in a 16 oz jar, (net weight 11.8-12 oz) burn time is approximately 110+ hours.
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