Self-care doesn't have to mean lengthy massages or expensive spa treatments. Candle scent is a great way to promote a specific mood, whether it's helping you relax and unwind, or be uplifted and energised.
Different aromas are proven to have an impact on your state of mind, and shoppers have discovered a range of candles that are perfect for stimulating their senses and enjoying some me-time.
"It makes me feel like I'm in a day spa," wrote one blissed-out customer who's been using Caitlin Louise Collection candles in her home. "It creates such a calming ambience."
Made from vegan-friendly soy wax and cotton wicks, they come in eco-friendly packaging. They're made and packed in Australia, and $1 from every order is donated to a charity of your choice.
Need a little self-care hit? Here's what to choose:
Want to feel carefree? Try Champagne Sunset
Shift your mood in an instant with this scent that mixes champagne shimmers with pink grapefruit, passionfruit, guava and vanilla. Pour a glass of bubbly, put some music on, and kick back.
Want to feel relaxed? Try Le Calme
You'll relax as soon as you smell this lavender-based candle that has top notes of citrusy freshness and sweetly delicate ylang ylang. Close your eyes, breathe deeply, and take a few minutes to yourself.
Want to escape from it all? Try Lime in Paradise
If you need to feel the sand under your feet and the salty air — but are stuck inside at your desk — light this candle and transport yourself to sunnier climes. Made with zesty lime, creamy coconut and gentle elderflower, it'll make you forget all about deadlines and to-do lists for a little while.
Want to feel decadent? Try Salty Caramel Kiss
Sometimes you need to slow down and snuggle up. Put on your comfiest clothes, make yourself a cuppa, light this candle and settle in for a cosy night. With a nutty caramel scent, topped with crushed sea salt and condensed milk, it will smell like someone is baking you homemade cookies.
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