Our Top Three Scents for Spring
I've never understood people who only light candles during the fall and winter. What, your home doesn't deserve to smell amazing all year round? Ambiance is not just for cold weather, you know! And though I light candles every. single. day, I do love rotating my scents throughout the year to mark the changing of the seasons. And while there's nothing wrong with sticking with that one scent that you just can't get enough of, below are a few of my favorites for this time of year, when everything is turning green and dazzling. WILD FENNEL For me, the smell of...
Sempervirens: The Scent of the Redwoods
There is absolutely nothing like the redwood forests of Northern California - no matter how many pictures you've seen, you're just not prepared for how majestic they are. Our Sepmervirens candle sprang from the desire to recreate that feeling of stillness and tranquility anywhere. Inspired by the scientific name of the coast redwood, Sequoia sempervirens (meaning ever-flourishing), this blend of redwood, cedar, and musk features top notes of juicy pear and flowering osmanthus. The perfect scent for dreaming about that cabin in the woods, or just for binge-watching Virgin River.
What the deal with Palo Santo?
New product Palo Santo Scented candles Soy candles
Palo Santo may be trendy at the moment, but it has been used in South American traditions for centuries. The wood of the Bursera graveolens tree, which can only be harvested when it falls naturally to the ground, is burned for its cleansing, purifying properties. It can help to ease stress and anxiety, and to invite positive vibrations into your space. And who couldn't use some positive vibes these days? Oh, it's a natural insect repellent, too - just in time for those long summer nights. Our take on Palo Santo combines the vibration-raising, space clearing powerhouses of palo santo and sage,...