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Scent Spotlight: Restore

All Natural Eucalyptus & Lemongrass Candle

Isn't it everyone's own personal nightmare to invite people over only to realize that your home has a weird stinky smell? Last night's curry, bacon grease from breakfast, regretful cigarette smoke, it's the first thing that anyone will notice about your home. So, you light a candle or spray some air freshener quick to cover it up & end up with an even weirder smell that isn’t exactly pleasant. Or, you could find something that will eliminate those icky smells for good.

The Restore candle is one of our best sellers for a reason. It's crisp, cooling, and a master at eliminating bad smells. The eucalyptus plant is known for it's antimicrobial properties, and is commonly used in cleaning products, perfumes, and healing ointments. A sharp, menthol-like scent, eucalyptus clears the sinuses and absorbs lingering odors, and woody lemongrass grounds the scent to soften it create a spa-like quality. 

Part of our Essential Oil Collection, the Restore candle is made with 100% pure essential oils of eucalyptus, lemongrass and peppermint, our coconut-soy wax blend, and all natural wood wicks. Wood wicks are not only visually striking statement pieces for your home, but their gentle glow and crackle will create a warm ambiance in any space. 

The Effuse Candles specialty is creating fragrances that are rooted in nature. Our candles aren’t going to make your home overpoweringly smell like a synthetic apple pie, they’re not meant to. The Essential Oil collection fragrances were created drop by drop in my home by hand to create pleasing, balanced, real scents that aren’t going to smack you in the face as soon as you walk into the door. Instead, Restore will freshen the air, and make your friends swear they just walked into an appointment at the wellness spa downtown.

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