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Green Fairy Candle
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Green Fairy Candle Info
The Green Fairy is a deep, sweet, spiritual experience with a romantic star anise aroma. If she's got you hooked, check out the rest of our absinthe products, including incense, lip balm, body soap, and perfume. And don't forget your wick trimmers!
Breathe it in, just don't drink it!
Now with cotton wick!
Breathe in nature, not plastic! You won't find paraffin wax or fragrance oils in any of our products. Our cotton-wick candles are made of soy wax and rice bran oil and scented with pure, plant-based essential oils. Their lovely glass jars* can be easily reused for a multitude of purposes.
Candle almost gone? Check out our blog for 10 ways you can re-use the jar!
10 ounces of all-natural wax and essential oils. (Jar may differ based on availability.)
Approximate Burn Time: 30-60 hours is expected. Burn 1-3 hours at a time and allow to solidify between uses.
Ingredients: soybean oil, rice bran oil, star anise essential oil, cotton wick
*Candle jars may vary from picture.
Smooth and Moody
From the warm burn of the lead-free cotton wick, to the undulating aroma of our essential oil blends, each candle brings a friendly sense of mystique where you need it most.
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