SALT

SALT Candle | Howe Sound

$42.00 CAD

When you take a deep breath on a walk in the woods, the crispness that fills your lungs reminds us why nature is so precious. Light up the wick of this clary sage, birch tar, and fir infused option to feel like the perfume of the forest is wafting through your windows, even when they're shut tight.

  • Feel  | Fall Rain, Smoke, Fir, Moss
  • Scent profile | Fir, Oak moss, Birch tar, Cedarwood, Clary sage
  • Size  |  9oz Whiskey Glass (re-use after the candle is gone!)
  • Made in Victoria, BC by Salt Spring Candle Co for SALT 
Collaboration |  We were so excited for this particular collaboration. Working with the scent experts at Salt Spring Island Candle Co. helped us to create three custom scent combinations that we are super jazzed about. Every candle is hand poured using 100% natural soy wax and 100% pure essential oils. These eco-friendly ingredients won't clutter your air with toxins, they'll fill your home with refreshment, calm, and ambience. Be sure to let the wax melt right to the edges of the glass every time you light it to ensure proper burning.

Customer Reviews

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Home

I love this candle so much. I was born and raised on Vancouver Island but I moved to Manitoba. I get homesick, a lot, but this candle actually helps. It smells like home.

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Hands down the best!

I first bought this candle from the SALT shop in Salt Spring, loved it so much that I had to order another online! I can't explain it, but they manage to bring all the woodsy/hippy/curated scents together in a lovely blend that just "smells" like Salt Spring to me. And, when the candle has burned through (also has a lovely colour as it burns), it's a whiskey glass!

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I love the smell of this candle and look forward to having a new set of whisky glasses when it's finished. The only issue is that I can't seem to stop this candle from tunnelling, despite all the recommended care and tips to avoid/fix it. Could be user error, but I think I'll go for the jar version next time for a low maintenance version.

SALT

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