March 07 2016

Candle Of The Week: Sandalwood (Santalum Album)

 

With summer officially over and after a week of rain here in Byron Bay, we are looking forward to snuggling up and getting cosy this weekend so this week's Candle Of The Week is Sandalwood by Plain & Simple.

 

With the help of the Latin translation of each scent on the label, you instantly feel sophisticated when burning this unisex fragrance. Notes of Egyptian sandalwood will lift the dampest of nights while you are wrapped up in the warmth of spices and musk helping you to settle in for the night.

 

Hand poured in Australia using 100% soy wax, into apothecary style glass vessels that are hand blown; each candle is a unique, artisanal piece that makes for a quirky addition to your living space.

 

Available in two different sizes of either clear or amber glass and packaged in a beautiful box.

 

Shop Sandalwood by Plain & Simple here and check out our Sandalwood pinterest board for inspiration. Shop the full Plain & Simple collection here.

 

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