Employee Pick of the Day: Candles

Posted: Jan 18 2013

A few things I can never have enough of: socks, mugs, lipsticks, and candles.

A few weeks ago, I got really excited upon the arrival of some fun socks, but now we have so many amazing candles in the store, too! Whenever I walk by them I get a wonderful whiff of their refreshing fragrance, and they're not even burning yet, so that's always a good sign. Not to mention, the packaging is also super cute and original.

These candles also make a great gift to give or to keep (I'm going to keep mine, but shhh).

Below are the candles that are now available to buy online or in the store.

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 The Collection Naturella Soy Wax Candles are decorated with wildcrafted herbs and spices. Each candle features a lead-free all-cotton wick. Fresh Bloom fragrance is a lavender and mint blend. Net. 16 oz. Burn time: 50 hours. All packaging is made from biodegradable unbleached cardboard printed with non-toxic inks. All herbs are organic and are wildcrafted or grown in Oregon. Handmade in Oregon. 
  Why soy wax? Soy wax is non-toxic and burns cleaner than paraffin wax. It also burns slower and cooler, creating a longer burning candle. Soy wax is derived from soybeans, which is a renewable resource, and is naturally biodegradable.
  Naturella Lavender & Olive Leaves, $28
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  This wonderful soy wax candle come in a re-used wine bottle. The Wild Juniper fragrance adds a subtle, fresh scent to any room. Each hand-cut villa bottle has a distinct color and shape. All candles feature a wooden wick. 7.5 oz. Burn time: 50 hours. 
Munio Bottle Candle, $34
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How cute are these? Soy wax candle in a mini paint can. Orange and basil fragrance derived from essential oils. Hand poured in Oregon. Net: 7.5 oz. Approx. burn time: 40 hours.
Why soy wax? Soy wax is non-toxic and burns cleaner than paraffin wax. It also burns slower and cooler, creating a longer burning candle. Soy wax is derived from soybeans, which is a renewable resource, and is naturally biodegradable.
Apotheca Paint Can Candle, $18
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