There’s something about candles that makes them so beloved. Perhaps it’s their soft, therapeutic glow, their elegant aromas, their beautiful containers, or all of the above. Unfortunately, these days many are held back from indulging in candles due to the growing number of healthcare professionals and researchers warning of the dangers of commercial candles.
That’s why Edens Garden set out to defy the norm of harmful candle making, by delivering a non-toxic, completely natural alternative. We fell in love with each candle at first whiff, and know you will too, but on this cozy fall Sunday, we’re appreciating Tobacco Patchouli. With Tobacco Patchouli burning and our weekend playlist on, there’s no Sunday scaries here, even with Halloween around the corner. Still on the fence about Tobacco Patchouli? Here are a few reasons why you’ll fall in love with our favorite Sunday candle.
Base Notes - Patchouli: At Edens Garden, we have a knack for taking the aroma so many have assimilated with the 70’s and incense, and bringing it to new heights. Patchouli is earthy, exotic and musky. Alone, it is incredibly potent and rich, but when blended with the right oils, it is perfectly balanced and grounding. To get a sense of what “blended with the right oils” means, try Tobacco Patchouli candle.
Middle Notes - Tobacco: You may be assuming a blend with the name Tobacco in it is going to smell like cigars and cigarettes, and Tobacco absolute does share these warm, smoky nuances. However, pure Tobacco absolute has an aroma that is far more elegant and refined, the way nature intended it. If you’ve never experienced Tobacco absolute before, you’re in for an aromatic treat.
Top Notes - Sweet Orange: How do you describe an aroma everyone knows and loves? Citrus oils are among the most well-loved in aromatherapy. Take Sweet Orange for example- its sweet, tart, highly uplifting aroma helps to balance the earthy, grounding aromas of Tobacco and Patchouli. Just how does citrus balance earthy aromas? Tobacco Patchouli is a candle that must be experienced to be understood. You won’t be sorry.