ADLAD Scented candle in glass, Scandinavian Woods/white,

CHF 3.95
Burning time: 40 hr

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What’s the scent of home for you? ADLAD scented candle offers a comforting, familiar experience of Scandinavian forests with spicy citrus notes. Welcome home to a genuine atmosphere inspired by nature.

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Product description

A comforting scent of forest and amber with hints of citrus and cypress.

Suitable when you want to create a genuine atmosphere at home with inspiration from nature.

The candles have the same beautiful colour and pleasant scent during their entire burning time, as they are coloured through and scented through.

When the candle has burnt itself out, you can use the glass to store small things, put it on display or use it as a tealight holder.

At least 50% of the wax in this product is renewable plant-based wax.

Article Number005.021.86
  • Candlecup:

    Glass

    Candle:

    plant based wax, paraffin wax

    Wick:

    Cotton and other cellulose based materials

    You easily remove hardened wax by washing the surface with warm water.

Measurements and packaging

Burning time: 40 hr

Diameter: 8 cm

Height: 8.5 cm

  • ADLADArticle Number005.021.86

    Length: 8 cm

    Weight: 0.40 kg

    Diameter: 8 cm

    Package(s): 1

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Material

What is plant-based wax?

All candles in our range are good at creating a cosy atmosphere and we choose various materials so that we always end up with the best shape, function and quality. Plant-based wax is well-suited for tealights or other candles in holders. The plant-based wax is made from renewable raw materials like rapeseed oil, soybean oil and shea oil – and is a natural result of our decision that all materials we use in our candles will be 100% renewable or recycled at the latest by 2030.