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Scented Candles Buying Guide

A room lit with scented candles is an ideal ambience and a treat for those with stressed-out lives! A scented candle has fragrant oils mixed into the wax. Burning a scented candle in the bedroom, bathroom or any other room of the house makes your home smell luxurious and also helps in eliminating any household odour.

Types of Scented Candles

Some popular aromas include cinnamon spice, ocean mist, jasmine, vanilla, coconut, chocolate and sandalwood. If you’re looking for something really unique, try a lighting a combination of two or more fragrances candles to create a blend!  

As with any candle, scented candles come in different colours, shapes and sizes but the most common are votives, tea candles, floating candles and jar candles. You should definitely consider the looks because apart from imparting fragrance to the ambience, they can also add to the decor of your room. Coloured candles that come in fancy packets with bows and ribbons are an example of room decor.  

Tips To Choose the Right Scented Candle

  • Oil-based candles can be good for aromatherapy. You may burn them in your home whenever you feel the need to de-stress and relax.
  • Triple scented candles are made with more oils and hence, smell stronger. Such candles are ideal for larger rooms and commercial spaces such as a spa. It may be too stifling in a small room.

Quick Picks

Quick Picks

Jasmine and Tuberose Scented Candle :

This candle is made from 100% palm oil and produces less smoke. 

Lotus and White Flower Scented Candle :

This aromatic candle burns for 45 hours. 

Chocolate Cake Scented Pillar Candle :

Fill your room with the aroma of yummy chocolate cake! 

Quick Picks

Decleor Candle Trio - Scent Combining Ritual :

These candles can be lit individually or together for a unique scent. 

Coffee Galore! by Lily Flame Scented Candle :

Bring home the scent of freshly-brewed coffee! 

Nectarine and Orange Scented Candle :

This delightful blend of orange and nectarine sets the right mood! 

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