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french lavender petal topped candle

french lavender petal topped candle

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6 oz
pure flower fragrance fills a room with the intense scent of just-picked flowers. nature's bloom is transported indoors.

blended with the purest natural-burning wax for 50 hours of breathing, watching, lighting and living. a slow, velvety and clean burn. topped with a cotton wick and scented petals, which can be emptied into a small dish to subtly scent a room. 

packaged in 77% post-consumer recycled paper. printed at a 100% wind-powered plant. made in the u.s.a.


fill the entire room with one of nature's most potent fragrances. the lavender whose scent is put into the wax of this scented candle originated from the highest altitudes where it thrives and maintains its fresh fragrance. it is known for its incredible calming effects, and now it's in a natural burning wax that lasts for 50 hours.

history: the flower has been widely used for its fragrance in baths for over 2,500 years now. the latin word of the flower is lavo, which means to wash. it was quite popular among the romance

origin: france in provence

essential oil blend: lavender, peperina, orange peel, rosemary

process: steam distillation

aromatherapy: has a potent calming effect, and is effective at relaxing the nerves

language: purity, devotion, solitude, protection from ill will

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This new product is amazing! The body oil is very nourishing for my driest skin. A little goes a long way! (Posted on March 30, 2017)
Awesome Review by molly
This is the truest form of the lavender scent I have found in a product. Makes me feel like I am laying in a field on a spring day. (Posted on March 30, 2017)