Bergamot & Tea Blossom Soy Candle
- 100% soy wax, not a blend, that is a natural and renewable resource grown in the USA.
- 100% cotton wicks.
- Hand-poured in small batches, in the USA
- Adhere to all safety standards et by the IFRA (International Fragrance Association)
- Phthalate and paraben free
- Reusable or recyclable glass that is food safe
- FDA compliant & recyclable bamboo lid or metal lid
Burn Times: Large candles burn up to 70 hours; Small candles burn up to 55 hours
We spend a TON of time developing our candle fragrances. All of our scents tend toward and celebrate the natural elements that surround us. We want you to enjoy our candles as part of your home, but they should not overwhelm it. Our goal is to make sure the fragrance you experience when opening the candle packaging matches the scent when you are burning it.
The combination of this light clean frangrance in a soy based candle helps to clear your mind and brighten your day. The scent is not overwhelming and burned evelny in the jar. I would wholeheartedly recommend this candle for yourself or as a gift.
Love love love this candle! It smells fantastic and the scent fills the room without being overpowering. The candle itself also burns very well- no tunneling or anything. I can’t recommend it enough!
I've been burning Finding Home Farms candles for years! I love this new scent so much. It fills my room without being overpowering and isn't too sweet (which is a win in my books). I've been burning it for almost two weeks and have barely made a dent! Can't wait to try some others out!
I love bergamot and this combination is soft and fresh smelling, just delightful.. I do grow bergamot in my garden each year..
I love all of the candles from Finding Home Farms. I have given many of them as gifts and burn them in my home every day for a relaxing ambience. This new scent combines two of my favorite smells from nature. I grow large beds of Bergamot in my garden every summer, and during these cold, gray days of midwinter, this scent is a warm, fresh and subtle reminder that spring is on its way.