Sage + Lavender
Relax after a stressful 2020 with the calming scents of Lavender + Sage. Fun fact: The first candle I ever bought was a lavender one, and it got me hooked. I wanted something soothing to light after a long work week, and that candle did the trick. If you want a realistic scent that isn't perfume-y or powder-y, this candle is for you.
Notes: Lavender, Sage, Rosemary and Sandalwood
Cactus Flower + Jade | Soy Candle
This is a summer must have with an amazing crisp, sweet floral scent. It contains notes of agave, green florals and patchouli, and reminds us of walking into our neighborhood flower shop. ~50 hour burn time.
Sea Salt + Orchid
Sea Salt + Orchid is the first spa-like scent I ever made, and I never get tired of its soft, floral scent. And it's not just for women. In my experience men love this bad boy just as much, if not more, than my female customers! A perfect scent for the bedroom or living room that everyone will enjoy after a long day.
Scent Notes: Jasmine, green leaves, wood and tonka bean
Jasmine + Gardenia | Soy Candle
This is a sweet, floral scent that is perfect for Spring. With top notes of Gardenia and lemon peel, and middle notes of jasmine, tuberose and green florals, we just can’t get enough of it! It’s powdery finish rounds it out and it fills a room beautifully. This candle has ~45/50 hours of burn time when burned properly.
Palo Santo Candle
Fill your home with the amazing scent of Palo Santo in this beautiful handmade jar. I’ve been wanting to work with a local potter to bring you a one-of-a-kind item, and I know you’ll love this one and use the vessel long after the candle is done. Palo Santo smells like cologne, but also has an earthiness to it, and a touch of sandalwood balances it out. Expect about a 55 hour burn time for this one.
Handmade Reusable Ceramic Vessel
Made by a potter in the PNW, this gorgeous jar can house any of our New Year or Spring scents. Goes with any decor and you can reuse it as a cup, succulent container, etc. Definitely not a vessel you want to throw away, and soy wax cleans right up with a little soap and water.