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Top Of The Best Aromatherapy Candles Reviewed In 2018Last Updated March 1, 2019
№1 – Aromatherapy Candles Stress Relief 2-Pack with Natural Essential Oils of Lavender, Eucalyptus Spearmint & Rosemary -2- 8 Ounce Jar Candles- Spa Quality & Made in America by Way Out West Candles
№2 – Our Own Candle Company Soy Wax Aromatherapy Scented Candle, Simply Eucalyptus, 6.5 Ounce
№3 – Bath & Body Works, Aromatherapy Stress Relief 3-Wick Candle, Eucalyptus Spearmint
The most common and oldest man-made type of candle wax, it offers a really good scent throw. With a high melting point it has a good stability as it burns, but if burnt frequently you may notice black soot marks on the inside of a glass candle holder.
Soy is a vegetable and a renewable source; it burns cleanly with no toxins and little to no soot. Soy candles burn longer and cooler than their paraffin counterparts, and have an excellent scent throw. Wax spills can be cleaned up by simply using warm water and soap.
Consisting of reed sticks and an oil and alcohol solution, diffusers deliver a constant fragrance that’s perfect for greeting you when you come home. They’re ideal for the summer months as they produce no heat but warmth helps increase the fragrance intensity; just keep them out of reach of children and pets.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT AROMATHERAPY CANDLE FOR STRESS
The main difference between scented candles and legitimate aromatherapy candles is that aromatherapy candles use pricier essential oils wheras regular scented candles use cheaper fragrance oils. Inferior fragrance oils often contain synthetic ingredients wheras essential oils use natural plant essences and release a continous scent into the air, similar to that of a diffuser. When you breath in this vapor, it travels into your bloodstream which can result in various health benefits.
In general, aromatherapy candles are less toxic than regular scented candles and often include natural ingredients such as vegetable oil, soy or beeswax.
Check out this icon below to find out the scent of each candle.
The burn time on the candles vary quite a bit, look for this icon to find out!
Way Out West’s Aromatherapy Candles include a two pack of candles with the first one featuring Lavender/Eucalyptus and the second featuring Spearmint/Rosemary. These candles are made in America (for over 30 years) and both come in 8oz jars.
They are available in a variety of different scent combinations but this combination in particular is designed for stress relief. Support a small family business creating high quality candles. The candles burn quite evenly and don’t really smoke. I love that the packaging is whimsical and looks handmade.
The re-usable mason jars are great and they are eco-friendly and I love that it comes with an adorable heart shaped wick dipper which eliminates excess smoke when you are putting out the candle.They smell great and the scent lingers for hours after they are put out. The candles each burn about 40-4hours per candle.
Make home your sanctuary with our elegant scented candles. Housed in our signature coloured glass and blended in England, they instantly create a warm glow and fill the space with your favourite fragrance.
Whether you need to relax, energise or just need a finishing touch for a dinner party, choose from three sizes and a wide selection of blends to set the tone.
For the ultimate fragranced experience, place the candle in a central part of the room to allow the scent to distribute evenly.
Choose a flat heat resistant surface to avoid accidents.
Trim the wick to about 5mm before lighting to avoid enlarged flame and sooting and maximise the burn time.
The first burn is the most important. Allow the wax to melt across the entire surface before extinguishing the flame to prevent ‘tunnelling’.
Spray liberally into the air and on linen to imbue your home with the world’s finest aromas.
When spraying linen, hold 20cm away and only on washable fabric.
Ardent travellers, mist your suitcase before packing for beautifully scented clothes when you arrive at your destination.
Place the reeds in the bottle and leave them for a minute to absorb the oils.
Invert the reeds to place the ‘dry’ ends in the bottle so that the saturated end is exposed.
Allow 2hours for the fragrance to fill the room or invert the reeds every few hours to speed up the process.
Pair your chosen scented candle or aroma reed diffuser with the matching Home & Linen Mist or create a
Scented candles can help set a mood just as effectively as music, lighting, color and interior design. All you need is a match to spark the magic. But how do you go about buying scented candles? “What will make me happy?” suggests Tim Rossi, director of communications and public relations for Nest Fragrances in New York. Find out which “fragrance family” suits you best — citrus, floral, gourmand for example — and zero in, says the self-described “citrus guy.” Rossi recommends you sniff a candle both unlit and lit in judging the fragrance; your opinion might change.
RELATED: TRENDING LIFE & STYLE NEWS THIS HOUR “A scented candle is like a personal fragrance. It is, of course, personal,” says Mary Wallace, North American marketing director for Diptyque, the Paris-based luxury goods company. She recommends you visit the store in person to smell for yourself.
Given a scented candle, like a personal fragrance, can be expensive, the points made by Rossi and Wallace are good to remember. Makers justify their prices by pointing to what’s in the candles. “The more elaborate the vessel, the more expensive the candle. But even simple vessels can house expensive candles — as quality fragrances are usually expensive to produce,” wrote Andrew Goetz, co-founder of New York-based Malin+Goetz apothecary and lab, in an email forwarded by his publicist. “High quality wax and cotton wicks will also add to the expense. Lastly, if candles are hand poured in an artisanal manner — this too will drive up the cost of producing a great quality candle.”
Scents, like almost everything, have their moments in the sun. What are the hot fragrances right now? “I think we are seeing a lot of interest in floral inspired scents at the moment, but with a modern interpretation,” wrote Goetz, who pointed to the company’s Otto candle. “It’s a rose at heart, but we’ve added noted of grapefruit and cardamom, along with some greenness coming from geranium, oak moss and vetiver, notes not traditionally associated with a traditional rose.”
Wallace said a hot summer had consumers “pushing” the fall season by purchasing more autumnal scents. Feu de Bois (wood fire), Santal (sandalwood) and savory Vanille have been popular.
Should you burn more than one fragrance simultaneously? “Absolutely, you can layer them or mix them,” replied Wallace, suggesting a floral candle and something with a woodier scent profile; Roses with Feu de Bois, for instance, would create a beautiful warm aroma, he said.
At Malin+Goetz, the answer also would be yes, as the company’s website encourages customers to burn the Mojito and Dark Rum candles at the same time. “I’m all for mixing and matching complementary scents,” Goetz wrote. “Mixing candles can really create a dynamic and editorialized experience.”
As for burning scented candles during dinner — don’t (usually).
Rossi, in a follow-up email, wrote that scented candles would “interfere with the dining experience” because the senses of taste and smell are linked. “Burning our Pumpkin Chai candle at the dinner table, for example, while serving salmon will totally confuse one’s senses. The candle won’t smell right, and the fish won’t taste right.”
Still, Rossi did note that a “lightly scented” candle with “herb notes” (think wild tarragon, he suggested, or “hints” of thyme, rosemary and sage) can “actually enhance a dining experience. Otherwise, unscented is the way to go.”
How to Make Candles
As we’ve demonstrated, there are plenty of candle types that you can create in your own kitchen. Here, we’ll show you how to make a basic soy candle. You can take the same basic ingredients, tweak them slightly, and create your own customized recipe.
Prep Your Wax and Container
Now, let’s prep your materials to get your candle wax ready. Take your soy wax and put it into your double boiler on your kitchen stove to melt. Fill the bottom pot with water and the top with the soy wax and turn burner onto medium heat. Stir the wax with your spatula, making sure you break up any chunks.
While the wax is melting, take your wick and glue the end to the bottom of your glass container. Allow glue to dry, which will keep your wick in place as your pour your wax.
Customize Your Candle Mixture
Once your wax melts, take your preferred essential oil and stir into your mixture at a ratio of oz per pound of wax. If you’d like to change up the color of your candle wax, stir in chunks of non-toxic crayons.
Once your ingredients are melted and mixed, let it cool to 130-140 degrees Fahrenheit. Check the mixture with your thermometer to ensure it reaches the correct temperature.
Prep Your Pour
Now that your wax mixture is cooled to the correct temperature, it’s time to pour it into your jar. Hold the wick upright with one hand and pour the mixture out of the pan with the other. Fill up ¾ of the jar with the hot wax mixture.
To keep the wick upright, tie its end to the pen and set it across the opening of your jar.
Selling Your Homemade Candles Online
You’ve got the recipe for success — now it’s time to figure out how to sell your soy candles (or other homemade candles).
Like many business-to-consumer businesses, one of the most lucrative mediums to sell your products is online. You can use multiple digital platforms, like social media and your own ecommerce site, to reach potential customers around the world.
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While every digital medium won’t be a successful sales platform for every merchant, here are a few places entrepreneurs can try to help them get started.
Although the following list doesn’t cover every channel merchants can explore for their fledgeling business, these are some solid options to help you marketing your business online.
Instagram: Many lifestyle brands how found great success building a sizeable following on Instagram. Curate a feed of beautiful images related to your brand, stage photos of you candles to show off to customers, and reach a larger audience. You can also use Instagram to reach out to brand evangelists and provide a behind-the-scenes peek at how you make your candles.
Pinterest: Home décor is a major category for Pinterest users, and is one of the largests platforms customers use to find brands and products. So, it’s wise for homemade candle merchants to consider Pinterest as a pillar in their marketing strategy.
Snapchat: As another highly visual platform, Snapchat is another viable option for maker merchants. As one of the fastest-growing social media platforms with more than 200 million users, DIY hustlers can use the medium to market to an increasing audience.
Giveaways and Contests: As part of a social/content marketing strategy, you can use some of your merchandise as prizes in a series of giveaways and contests. Not only can these contests help you gain followers and build brand awareness, but you also have the opportunity to show off how well your products work.
Email Marketing: Deliver your message (as well as promos, discounts, and other brand news) right to your customers’ inboxes.
Selling Your Homemade Candles Offline
Although selling online is a viable avenue for merchants, don’t be afraid to try selling IRL.
Homemade candles are compact and travel well — which makes them ideal for selling on the go. Your sweet-smelling home decor items are ideal for displaying in market booths and pop-up shops and gives merchants the opportunity to get in-person feedback directly from potential customers.
Still not sold on selling in person? Going IRL for sales has a number of other benefits, including:
Getting direct feedback: If you’re eager to improve your products (or just dying to hear what customers think), selling in person is a great way to do it. Meet your target customers face-to-face, address their pain points, and get ideas for potential new products.
Discover wholesale opportunities: Ready to scale your business? Or looking to explore selling B2B? Markets and fairs are ideal events to meet wholesale buyers and establish a foundation for such a relationship.
Build your online following and email subscribers: Whether you’re aiming to grow your social audience or build your enewsletter list, use pop-up shops and markets to connect online. When visitors show up at your booth or shop, ask them to subscribe to your email list or follow your branded social channels for new products, discounts, and giveaways.
Networking and inspiration: Connecting with fellow makers and entrepreneurs is also a major part of the draw for festivals, markets, and fairs. Meeting other merchants can inspire you with new ideas and help you come up with new solutions to shared problems.
Although physical sales require different skills than sitting at your desk, a little know-how and the right tools can make it simpler to make sales on the go. Use a mobile point-of-sale system like Shopify POS to help you set up your shop or booth at your next flea and farmer’s market, craft fair, and/or maker fair, and keep transactions quick and simple.
TRY SHOPIFY POS: Want to give Shopify’s point of sale systems a test run? Start a free Shopify POS trial today.
If you’re keen to sell your products in person, check out our guide to nailing the in-person selling experience.
Now, there’s no point buying a beautifully scented candle if the fun is going to be short lived – burn time is important. The longer your candle burns for the more bang for your buck you’ll get. All good things must come to an end, but you want to make sure you get value!
Burn time can be affected by the composition of wax, the wick, the quantity of other additives such as fragrance, scent holders, dyes and pigments, and the candle’s shape and size.
A poorly chosen, wonkily placed wick can give you an uneven burn and leave wax left over, while too many additives can clog the wick and leave you with a dim light that’ll fizzle out. Too many combustible additives will swiftly end your candle in a blaze of glory and can be dangerous.
Ideally you want a candle that will have a strong (but not too dangerous), enduring flame, with little soot and great smell, that burns evenly.
Happy Piranha’s large candles are 62mm High and 78mm in diameter and 175g in weight with an awesome 3hour average burn time. If you have a similar sized candle that burns for less time, something’s fishy.
Scent Throw and Capture
Scent is one of those things that’s relative to the individual. We all have smells we prefer and some people are more sensitive than others. That said, a candles scent throw (how far it disperses its smell) and its ability to maintain its scent over time are important.
If you want to know a little bit more about how your sense of smell works – we’ve written a guide.
Happy Piranha’s candles maintain their scent for the duration of their burn and smell great even if you haven’t lit them. They also come in a cosy tin to help preserve the scent for multiple uses.
Wax is a hotly debated topic in candle making and they all have their own pro’s and cons. The main waxes are made from palm oil, vegetable oil, mineral oil (paraffin),coconut oil, soy and beeswax. Soy wax is on trend right now as a ‘sustainable natural resource’ though don’t be mislead by simple environmental buzzwords. Make sure you do your research. We’ll post a blog on why we don’t use soy soon. In the meantime here’s a report by the WWF on some of its impacts.
At the end of the day it depends on what you’re wanting from a candle. Do you want good price, high performance, or ethics?
We think we’ve found our best current mix of all three at Happy Piranha with our blend of highly refined vegetable and mineral oil. It uses the waste from a local source to give high performance at a competitive price with a long lasting, low soot burn. Our candles are hand poured to ensure an even top, reduce air bubbles and add that extra care.
It’s important to remember that it’s not just the base material of the wax that matters. It’s where it comes from, how it’s got to where it is, how refined it is and the other ingredients that have to be added to it to improve its performance.
A study from the national candle makers association of America showed that in terms of burn quality, no one wax is superior. What’s important is to keep questioning things to find the best current option for you. If you really care, don’t just jump on the bandwagon.
Good candle makers will have their candles tested to measure their emissions, performance and quality. Not all candles burn equally and it’s those that put the effort into testing that have the evidence to be able to burn the best.
Happy Piranha are members of the British Candle Making Federation and have had our candles tested to ensure their emission and burn times are at a high standard.
Candles can vary greatly in price which is funny considering that on a basic level, the constituent ingredients are pretty similar. Have you ever seen one of those £300 ‘designer’ candles? All you’re paying for is the brand.
At the same time, don’t be beguiled by a bargain basement candle – you don’t want a dwindling, sooty burn.
Happy Piranha’s large scented candles are £8.2or three for £20. We challenge you to find a hand poured, hand labelled candle of the same quality for a similar price that also has original design, hand drawn artwork and similar burn quality, made at home in the UK.
Though smell is a central focus of a scented candle, why not buy one which looks great too? That way it’s an awesome item whether you’ve lit it or not. If our candle’s going to be sitting on your shelf for its 3hour burn time, it should look great while doing so!
There’s a million different scented candles on the market, all promoting the same thing, so why not pick something different?
All of our labels at Happy Piranha are original designs, drawn by hand and then individually computer animated. Our designs are inspired by the things we love, so they mean a lot to us. We’re not satisfied just sticking a name or a stock image on a tin. We want to make them something you’ll love, even after the wax is gone.
While not necessarily a “soy” Candle, Yankee Candle’s beautiful jarred products are entirely vegan, as they are not tested on animals and are made from completely vegetable-based wax.
In addition to looking gorgeous on display, Yankee Candles also make beautiful gifts, coming in a variety of scents and sizes, from small flickering votives to large jars that provide more than 100 hours of burn time.
The Balsam & Cedar is a favorite scent among purchasers, but there’s a Yankee Candle out there for every preference, including Clean Cotton, Midnight Jasmine, and Lavender Vanilla. Reviewers describe these candles as smelling very natural, not overpowering, and with almost eight consecutive days of burn time, fantastic value for the price.
Old Factory Fall Harvest Scented Candles
For those looking for a perfect shower or housewarming gift, or who want to have a little variety in their home scents, a gift set from Old Factory Candles provides you with three 4-ounce soya candles in a different seasonal scent.
From sets like Fall Harvest, which includes scents like Pumpkin Spice, Cranberry, and Autumn Leaves, to Spa Day, providing Cucumber, Lemongrass, and Green Tea candles, there is a set to appeal to every preference, season, and occasion.
Handmade in the United States with natural soy wax and self-trimming wicks, each four-ounce candle burns clean for 2to 30 hours. The candles can be burned at the same time to create a variety of custom blended scents.
Reviewers note that the company offers many scents that are appropriate for “men’s candles,” so you won’t be pigeonholed into endless amounts of perfume- or floral-scented candles.
Aromatherapy the Bee-Friendly Way
You don’t have to give up the simple luxury of a beautifully scented candle just because you decide to adopt a plant-based diet.
Even if you don’t classify yourself as a vegan, or even vegetarian, the wellness of the bees affects each and every one of us – if the food we eat is not pollinated by our buzzing buddies, our food landscape will change drastically within our lifetimes.
The candles in this list are just a small sampling of the plant-based candles available at your local home or department store. When considering a brand of soy candle that isn’t included on our recommended list, take a quick scan of the ingredient list – you’ll want to avoid candles made with lanolin, an oil derived from sheep’s wool, and paraffin, which is chemically-derived and can cause unpleasant side effects. Choose only candles that are 100% soy wax based, or use a food-grade paraffin blend.
By choosing a naturally scented soy candle, you can leave the beeswax for the bees, and you’ll get to continue doing the best part – sniffing all the candle varieties in the store! Enjoy the scents of the season with the knowledge that you’re looking out for our bee friends.
How to Use Home Fragrance in your Home
Scented Candles: After burning your candle, it is advised that your trim the wick to approximately half a centimetre in height. This will control the flame when you choose to burn the candle again and also avoid sooting. To maximise the length of time your candle will burn for, always allow the entire top surface to transform into liquid wax before you extinguish the flame. This will prevent something called “tunnelling” which causes wasted wax to collect on the sides of the candle.
Instead of blowing out your scented candle, we would always advise that you snuff it out to prevent the wick from smouldering and producing a smoky scent.
Although you may want to save your scented candle for a special occasion, try not to leave your candle unused for a long period time. Over time, a candle may lose pungency of fragrance as the scent begins to sweat out of the wax. Store your scented candles at room temperature and clean any dust or dirt which may have collected on top of your candle with an unscented wipe to preserve a fresh fragrance.
Room Diffusers: How many reed sticks you choose to use at any given time is down to personal preference and how much scent you want to fill your home. If you wish to create a heavy scent, ideal for a smaller room such as a bathroom, we would recommend using around four to five reed sticks. If you want to create a lighter aroma and fill a bigger room with a subtle fragrance, remove sticks accordingly until you reach the right scent level for you.
Warmer rooms such as bedrooms and living rooms will tend to diffuse quicker, so if you want to release a scent quickly, place your diffuser on top of or near to a covered radiator and refresh the scent by turning the reeds.
It’s time to replace your reed sticks when they become saturated with dust and lose their smell. Always replace your reed sticks when using a new refresher oil too as the old ones will become clogged up from the previous oil which was used.
In ancient times, only natural wax was used to make candles. It could be beeswax (wax made from bees), soy wax (made from oil extracted from natural soybean), rapeseed wax (oil extracted from rapeseed), palm wax (made from palm berries) and candelilla wax derived from the leaves of the shrub. There are many other natural waxes that can be used but because the industries are much more interested in making profit they tend to go for much cheaper wax products. An example of a cheap wax product popularly used today is paraffin wax. This type of wax is derived out of petroleum. You should know that when it burns, 1known toxic substances are released in the air and some of those toxins are known to cause cancer. Examples of those substances are benzene, formaldehyde and toluene. Aside from that paraffin wax burns much faster than naturally made ones so even though you may think you are saving money when buying one, in reality you are spending more because you will need more candles to cover the whole period within which you intend to use it.
The soot is the black powdery substance that is found on the ceiling exactly above the area where the lit candle was placed. That substance may not be safe for humans and unfortunately all kinds of candles produce soot. Research done by the Environmental Protection Agency showed that petroleum based wax emits 100 times more soot than other natural wax. With all that it only makes sense to use natural wax.
When it comes to the candle’s wick, a good wick is a 100% cotton wick. The current industrial candles have some hazardous chemicals in their wick. Toxic elements like lead, zinc and other metals are found in it. Lead is known to cause the malfunctioning of the kidneys, the cardiovascular system and the central nervous system. Remember when you burn a wick made with lead the chemical is spread into the air and gets into your body through your respiratory system. If you can’t get a cotton wick you can try a pure hemp wick. That is also a good alternative.
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Kilian Water Calligraphy Spray. If an old book scent is too heavy for you, why not testing a harmonious delicate fragrance from Kilian. The Water Calligraphy refillable spray refers to water, the essential element of Chinese calligraphy.
Designed by perfumer Geza Schoen in cooperation with Gerhard Steidl and Wallpaper Magazine, the perfume captures the unique bouquet of freshly printed books, bringing a mix of paper and ink aroma so unique when a book is opened for the first time.
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How to make Candles with Essential Oils
Materials needed: Soy wax, preferred essential oil, wick, wooden spoon or wooden skewer, glass measuring container, Mason jar.
First step: Pour 450g, of soy wax flakes into the glass container. Leave some at the top in case the wax rises after melting. ird step : Using the wooden spoon, mix into the wax several drops of essential oils. This should be done with personal discretion. Strongly scented oils would require only a few drops while lightly scented ones will require more drops. You can add 8-drops at first and let your nose do the rest.
Fourth Step: Place the wooden skewer on the mason jar (this will hold the candle). Wrap the wick around the skewer thrice right at the center of the mason glass and drop the wick into the glass.
Fifth Step: Let the wick stay at the center of the glass. If possible, tape it down to the bottom of the glass so it would stay in place. Then pour the wax into the glass container into the mason jar. Hold the wick in place until the wax hardens enough for it to stay upright.
Sixth Step: Place the candle in the refrigerator to harden. Let it stay for about hours.
Seventh Step: After the candle hardens, trim the wick to inch and light up to enjoy.
Art Natural Essential Oils
This is a local firm in the Los Angeles state and continually aims to enhance the oils they produce arguing that they offer organic and quality natural products. The firm provides a full element list on their products’ label which makes it easy for you to choose a specific product.
They keep their pledge to offer you a 100 percent fund back guarantee to assure you total satisfaction of their products.
The firm is responsible for producing different products that aid to treat different issues, but with no harsh or intense chemicals that are regularly found in bargain or value brand products.
The firm is also dedicated to finding innovative and new ways to produce organic beauty and health recipes. With endless research, the firm is able to provide safe for all age, fresh, both gender, and untested on animal products.
Plant Therapy Essential Oils
This farm was established in 201with the aim of providing affordable and quality essential products. It adheres to the principle that all the power rests in the essential oils. This small family-owned firm provides 100 percent pure, undiluted oils that are of the best-quality products.
The company is able to source the oils form top distributors around the globe to guarantee its clients a 100 percent customer satisfaction. Their products are also tested by a 3rd party lab using MS/GC testing, as well as their in-house professionals.
In addition, every bottle you buy from this firm, it will have a specific batch number, showing the exact batch of your bottle. This info is directly linked to the lab-testing results for every batch of oil.
These results are accessible by the public – you only need to visit their page and view the Test Reports.
Aromatherapy Basics For Beginners Experimenting With Essential Oils
Aromatherapy is simply a way of awakening your senses with a particular scent.
You’ve probably already experienced the benefits of aromatherapy — without even knowing it!
How many times have you walked into the office of your doctor, chiropractor, massage therapist, or day spa and noticed a pleasant-smelling aroma filling the air? THAT was aromatherapy. Offices will generally use a combination of Essential Oils that help to relax and calm people. The right blend of aromatherapy oils can serve to de-stress and motivate people.
Here are the most popular Essential Oils and their properties.
In fact, there’s a “perfect blend” for virtually everything under the sun. Whatever mood you’re hoping to achieve, or whatever mindset you’d like to be in can often be enhanced simply by the use of simple aromatherapy.
I’ve been using Essential Oils and diffusers to fill my home with great scents for years now. It’s just so easy… and so refreshing. Here are 1fun ways to use Essential Oils and the number of drops to use each time.
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First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your Aromatherapy Candles wisely! Good luck!
So, TOP3 of Aromatherapy Candles
- №1 — Aromatherapy Candles Stress Relief 2-Pack with Natural Essential Oils of Lavender, Eucalyptus Spearmint & Rosemary -2- 8 Ounce Jar Candles- Spa Quality & Made in America by Way Out West Candles
- №2 — Our Own Candle Company Soy Wax Aromatherapy Scented Candle, Simply Eucalyptus, 6.5 Ounce
- №3 — Bath & Body Works, Aromatherapy Stress Relief 3-Wick Candle, Eucalyptus Spearmint