Aerende’s gently fragranced candles are made with natural rapeseed wax, a sustainable and non-toxic alternative to standard paraffin or soya wax candles, and scented with essential oils. In our attempts to minimise the environmental impact of our candles, we have switched from standard wicks to non-toxic cotton and linen ones.
Aerende Candles are available in three scents, Braeden, Denu and Maed.
Braeden, an Olde English word meaning forest, which references the warming, cosy scent of pine, cedar and bergamot.
Denu, is an Olde English word meaning valley, which references the earthy but fresh essential oil fragrance of lemon, geranium and patchouli.
Maed, is an Olde English word meaning meadow, which references the uplifting essential oil fragrances of grapefruit, lavender and geranium.
Designed for unisex appeal, the simple, utilitarian style makes them suitable for indoor or outdoor use and when you’re finished with the candle, the glass makes a handy container (or can be easily recycled). Each candle is hand-poured in Wales by people with learning disabilities at Beacons Creative (see our Makers page for more details). All purchases help support this social impact company.
- Sustainable rapeseed wax (certified non GMO) from Europe
- Size 9.5cm (height) by 8cm (diameter)
- Essential oil fragrance
- Handmade in Wales
- 40+ hours’ burn time
- Phthalate and paraben free
- Packaging made in the UK from recycled coffee cups
- Not tested on animals and vegan friendly
ESSENTIAL OIL INGREDIENTS
Braeden — Rosewood, Pine Needle, Bergamot, Cedarwood Atlas, Cypress, Lime, Patchouli
Denu — Lemon, Geranium, Patchouli
Maed — Grapefruit, Lavender, Geranium
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
On first use, ensure that the candle burns long enough to fully melt the top layer of wax. This will avoid tunnelling (and wastage) of wax. Vegetable waxes burn differently than standard paraffin wax and a better burn quality can be maintained if the wick is trimmed before each use. It may sound obvious, but the glass can get hot. We recommend placing on a coaster and leaving to cool before moving.