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Scented Candle Sensations

The Ever-Growing Appeal of Scented Candles

Explore the latest trends in scented candles, a staple in home decor

Beyond personal use, scented candles have become an integral part of home decor, offering not only aesthetic appeal but also enhancing the ambiance of any space. The surge in popularity can be attributed to various factors, including their ability to evoke pleasant memories, create a cozy atmosphere, and even promote relaxation and stress relief. People are drawn to scented candles for their ability to transform a room with captivating fragrances that cater to different moods and preferences. From refreshing citrus scents for spring and summer to warm cinnamon and pumpkin spice for autumn, there's a plethora of seasonal options to choose from, satisfying even the most discerning tastes. Furthermore, the increasing emphasis on sustainability and eco-friendliness has led to the rise of candles made from natural, renewable materials, aligning with the preferences of environmentally-conscious consumers. Beyond personal use, candle accessories such as elegant holders and stylish matches make for thoughtful and practical gifts, adding a touch of luxury to any occasion. Whether used as a centerpiece for a dinner party or as a thoughtful gesture for a loved one, scented candles continue to captivate and inspire with their endless possibilities.

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Kush Candles

Green, bright, and a wisp of delicate floral. As the cannabis flowers and brushed suede warm up, the amber accord grounds this dank and intoxicating scent. A perennial favorite.

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Unlocking the Full Potential of Your Candle Experience: Quick Tips


Prior to each lighting, trim the wick to 1/4” for a clean and smoke free burn. Also, always protect the surface on which the candle sits.


On your first light, allow the entire surface of wax to melt β€” Minimum of 3 hours. There will be some β€œwax wall hanging,” but that’s normal.

After the first burn with wax melted to the edge of candle vessel, never let it burn for more than 4 hours. Discontinue use when there is only 1/4" wax left in the vessel.


Ensure the wick is centered.

After each burn, adjust the wick while the wax is still molten.


When a 1/4” to 1/2" of wax is left in your candle, it’s time to discontinue use and upcycle the glass.

Always remove the remaining wax.

Pro cleaning tip β€” put the candle in the freezer until the wax is frozen, then said wax should pop out easily.