Nathalie Bond | Sunshine Candle | 60ml
Why we love it!
- Natural soy wax – No paraffin wax or hidden synthetic fragrance.
- Handmade with 100% essential oils.
- Beautifully scented with a blend of delicious grapefruit and bergamot essential oils.
- 100% Plastic free
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These natural aromatherapy candles are the perfect solution when you need a moment of calm, relaxation or mental focus. Nathalie Bond candles are handmade with 100% essential oils and will fill your home with lovely botanical fragrances. The sunshine natural candle is beautifully scented with a blend of delicious grapefruit and bergamot essential oils.
Burn time: 60ml ~ 14 hours
Please follow these simple instructions for best results.
+ Always trim the wick to 5mm before lighting.
+ Let the candle burn for between 2 – 4 hours to allow the wax to melt evenly.
+ Place your candle on a heatproof surface.
+ Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets.
+ Leave a 50mm gap between candles.
+ Do not touch a hot candle.
+ Do not leave a burning candle unattended.
+ Do not place candles in a draught.
+ Extinguish the flame with a snuffer.
+ Return the wick to the centre of the candle while the wax is still soft if necessary.
+ Do not relight a candle containing less than 1cm of wax.
INGREDIENTS: natural (GMO free) soy wax and pure essential oils.
About Nathalie Bond:
Sustainability – Our philosophy is to use the best possible organic and natural ingredients and nothing else. Our products are cruelty-free, palm-free and completely free from parabens, phthalates, SLS and synthetic colours and fragrances.
Zero Waste – We use recyclable amber glass apothecary bottles and aluminium lids instead of plastic ones. We keep your products safe during shipping with 100% biodegradable starch chips. Many of our products have plastic free options and refills.
Ethical Employer – Nathalie Bond pays the Real Living Wage. The Real Living Wage rates are higher than the government set Living Wage because they are independently-calculated based on what people need to meet the cost of living, not just the government minimum.