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Posted by Patricia Buxton Jan, 18 , 23

Reflecting on 2022

Lately, we've been reflecting on this journey and the lessons learned this year.  Scents tell a story; we curate scents based on our personal memories and experiences. For example, we love family movie nights so our Movie Nights candle was born. We take a yearly beach trip so our Beach House...

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Posted by Patricia Buxton Jan, 18 , 23

Tips to Freshen Your Space

Take a look around--how does your space make you feel?  Here are some simple tips to make your home your happy place:  1) Stay inspired with new books. Find your new go-to meal in a cookbook or replace the one sitting on your coffee table. 2) Switch the candle you are...

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Posted by Patricia Buxton Jan, 18 , 23

Traveling with Candles

We often get asked if you can travel with candles, and the answer is, YES! Here are a few tips to make it easy to get through airport security:  1) If possible, carry on your candles vs. checking them in. Handlers can be rough and there is no guarantee your candles will...

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Posted by Patricia Buxton Apr, 05 , 22

Benefits of Apples

We all know that eating apples is beneficial to our health but did you know that lighting an apple scented candle can also help control anxiety? We have two candles that are infused with apple: An Apple a Day and Apples & Bourbon. If you're looking for an additional tool to help control anxiety, these will be your...

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Posted by Patricia Buxton Apr, 05 , 22

The Psychology of Candles

Did you know that candles are scientifically proven to soothe us?  Scented candles have been used for centuries in all manner of rituals as they promote healing, enhance meditation and cleanse energies. The gentle, mesmerizing quality of their light makes them a perfect aid for any relaxation routine. The smell of...

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Posted by Patricia Buxton Feb, 16 , 22

Trim your wicks!

Do you know that there is a proper way to burn your candles? And it starts with trimming your wicks.  Trimming your wick is the best way to burn your candle and make it last as long as possible.  Before EACH burn, trim your wick to 1/4 inch. You can use...

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