Wednesday, 7 August 2013

St Eval Candle Company: Sea Salt

Sam at Honey Go-Lightly posted about St Eval Candle Company's Sea Salt Candle which I thought sounded amazing!  That very same day we went on a trip to North Berwick and I came across a small boutique selling the candles - must have been fate!




The candles are handmade in rural Cornwall and are packaged in recyclable containers which are simple and stylish.  I love the brown paper label.

I loved the sound of this candle - Sea Salt - with Ozonic & Citrus Notes - it really smells of the sea and is reminiscent of sea breezes, moss, coastal walks and the ocean. It has a real fresh scent.



A best seller this candle retails at £8.92 with P&P at £5 - well worth buying a few! (you can also buy as tealights or in a Baroque Candle Pot - see here).  If you are in the area you can pop in to the factory shop on site.  The candle has a 45 hour burn time and is made with blended wax, a cotton wick and fragrance.  The scent is long-lasting - you can smell it the next day too.

I've got a list of scents I want to try at some point - they all sound gorgeous - Apple & Elderflower, Sweet Blossom, Heritage Rose, Bluebell Wood, White Jasmine, Scarlet Rose, Cornish Cream, Rose Garden, Dewberry & Bramble and Vanilla.  See the website here and follow on Twitter  

8 comments:

  1. Oh glad you like it Sandra! I need to buy another one as mine has just run out. And thanks for the mention :) x

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    1. Gorgeous! Thanks for the recommendation! No problem x

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  2. Sea Salt, that sounds wonderful. They look like they would be a good travel size too.

    Ali

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    1. It's gorgeous! Can't recommend it highly enough and the scent lingers which I like :) x

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  3. Love the packaging of these, makes a change from glass and the scents sound lovely! Xx

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    1. The packaging is fab! I can still smell the scent of the candle two days after burning! Lovely x

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  4. How awesome! I read about the candle on Sam's blog too and want to try the sea salt too. :) x

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    1. You must get it! It's so lovely x

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