Sunset Scented Candles
Sun, scent & sky.
Leave it to these candles to set the ambience: They're inspired by scenes of summer in California, in scents that’ll remind you of different times of day and the feelings they spark. Each one comes in a custom-printed, '70s-inspired tin (and we can’t get enough of those earth tones). Take your pick from three aromas: Golden Hour, Dusk, and Moonrise.
- Golden Hour: Mellow, dry, and tranquil, it has notes of Bergamot, hay, and poppy.
- Dusk: This one’s woody, cool, and earthy, with hints of black pepper, clary sage, palo santo, and blooming iris.
- Moonrise: It’s balmy, ambiguous, and free, with scents of yuzu, Indian jasmine, and smoked cedarwood.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
100% domestically-grown soy wax, a blend of fine fragrance oils, and a cotton-core wick.
Burn Time: 50-60 hours
Dusk smells like damp leaves, crisp air, powder and spice on a clear night. Woody, cool, and earthy. Black pepper, clary sage, palo santo, and blooming iris.
Golden Hour smells like rustling grasses, baked earth, sun rays split between trees. Mellow, dry, tranquil. Bergamot, hay, and golden poppy.
Moonrise Heatwaves, late-night crowds, the lure of the dance floor melding smoke and strange perfumes. Balmy, ambiguous, free. Yuzu, Indian jasmine, and smoked cedarwood.
Care & Notes +-
Trim your candle's wick to 1/4" before each lighting or once your candle has cooled. Never attempt to trim a burning candle. Discard the snipped portion in the trash; never leave wick trimmings in your candle jar.
The wick should always remain centered and away from the sides of the vessel. Allow the wax to melt to the edges of the jar during each burn to prevent tunneling.
Never leave a candle burning unattended, near a draft, or in reach of children or pets. Don't burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time.
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