6 candles that’ll remind you of a summer holiday
Warm up your winter now
By Iantha Yu
Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / August 10 2017
You really can’t go on Facebook or Instagram this dreary winter period without seeing someone on holiday in Europe or enjoying some sort of tropical destination. Can’t take part in the action? Fear not, here are six luxurious summer-scented candles that’ll get you through the dreary wintery weather, stat.
IIUVO Woodgrain Candle
Inspired by hip-hop lyrics and reminiscent of the heat felt on New Orleans’ character-brimming streets, this smoky scent from IIUVO is composed of patchouli, cedar, cardamom and fir balsam.
Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Candle
It seems that the south of Italy has been the top choice for Australians to get away to this winter. With Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Candle, the blend of lemon, mandarin and bergamot captures the calm atmosphere of Mediterranean waters.
Cire Trudon Abd El Kader Candle
If you miss perusing the bustling bazaars of Marrakech on a hot day, then Cire Trudon Abd El Kader Candle, with its combination of fresh mint, ginger, tea and tobacco, will transport you straight there.
Burberry Home Candle Collection in Highland Berry
The carefree nature of the British countryside has been captured inside Burberry Home Candle Collection in Highland Berry, all thanks to its intense aroma of blackcurrant, deep blueberry and raspberry.
Diptyque Eucalyptus Candle
Obsessed with the Australian bush? Then this aromatic number from Diptyque that captures notes of eucalyptus, cypress, cedarwood, artemisia, rosemary and marine accord is just the thing to remind you of hot summer days in the outback.
Botanicals by ECOYA Candle in Lime & White Jasmine
Go for Botanicals by ECOYA Candle in Lime & White Jasmine, which is filled with lime, white pepper and jasmine notes, to transport your senses to the busy and jam-packed food markets of Thailand.
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Main image credit: Sevak Babakhani