Friday, April 29, 2022

NOX & VESTA Mother's Day Gift Guide 2022



 NOX & VESTA where every candle is hand-poured with the environment in mind. From the reusable and recyclable glass vessels to our renewable coconut and apricot wax blend, each candle was designed to be a luxurious sensorial experience that doesn’t hurt our planet.


Hestia is “home sweet home” like you’ve never seen (or smelled) before! Vanilla, whipped cream, coconut, almonds, and sweet, cozy scents make this candle one of Nox & Vesta’s staples. As Hestia is the goddess associated with home and hearth, we were motivated to create a fragrance that embodied this without being too heavy, and to find the perfect balance between decadent and refreshing.



Top Notes: Whipped Cream, Shea Butter, Crystalized Sugar
Mid Notes: Blonde Sugar Cane, Sweet Almond Cream, Tonka Bean, Coconut

Base Notes: Madagascar Vanilla, Amber, Sandalwood, Light Musk

Rococo there is a Persian Proverb that says “The world is a rose, smell it, and pass it to your friends”. Inspired by flowers of the 18th century, Rococo epitomizes that sentiment with a floral, yet decadent flavor. This candle personifies the color pink. It’s fragrance brings images of the painting “The Swing” by Jean-HonorĂ© Fragonard. Treat yourself to an opulent aroma fit for a queen.



Top Notes: Champagne, Fresh Citrus Accords

Mid Notes: Rose, Soft Floral Accords

Base Notes: Cream, Sugar Cane, Vanilla, Soft Musk

 My Opinion: These candles smell amazing and are perfect for mom this Mother’s Day not only are they eco-friendly but they also look amazing in the designer jars.

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