At first I didn't understand why people spent a lot of money on candles and I thought the cheap IKEA ones were just as good. Trust me, they don't compare. The Neom Candles are 100% Natural made from natural wax and oils which essentially means you are left with nicer non-synthetic scents and no black smoke.
Neom Candles come in three different sizes the travel size with one wick, the home size with three wicks and the Ultimate wick with 4 wicks! I have two of the travel size candles and one of the home size candles all of which come in a variety of scents.
I then have two other candles in a travel size with 1 wick Relax and Serenity. Relax smells of French Lavender, Geranium & Juniper and Serentiy smell of Vanilla & Sandalwood.
There really is a scent to suit everyone and I will admit that they are quite pricey compared to most non-organic candles but really worth it! I'm not sure what the official burning time is but I think they actually last really well and even a little better than most other candles I have had. The scent is also much nicer and doesn't get stuck in your throat as much as cheaper scented candles do. I have only lit one other candle since having tried Neom candle but that candle let of too much black smoke which really put me off! Its funny that I had never realised before hand.
I also prefer the travel size over the larger candles partly because they are cheaper and partly because I think the larger ones can be a little over powering in smaller rooms.
My personal favorite scent is the Relax scent but have a read of the descriptions online or have a sniff in store to find your perfect organic candle
affordable £15, the home candle retails for £39.50 and the Ultimate candle for a rather pricey £160.
They are available on the Neom website, BeautyBay, John Lewis, Selfridges and various other place
These candles are by far the best ones I have tried (although I have some exciting ones on my shelf waiting for me to try them!) and would make either a great treat to yourself or a perfect present!
Have you tried any Organic candles?
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