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Botanica  Candles - City Bird

Botanica Candles

Regular price $24.00

These beautiful Soy Wax Candles from Botanica not only smell great, they also give back. With each candle sold, Botanica donates $1 back to a region-specific non-profit organization in the same area they collect their indigenous fragrance ingredients from. Each candle donates to a separate organization, you can see exactly which organization your favorite scent supports below. Available in 6 different scents and has a 50 hour burn time. 

 Scent notes:

  • Canopy is inspired by the Amazonian Rainforest and features notes of verdant wood, eucalyptus & water lily with a base of teak and moss. With every Canopy candle sale, Botanica donates $1 to the Amazon Watch.
  • Kalahari is inspired by the native fruits and plants of the African savannah and features notes of Nag Champa, Perirgrain, Tobacco, and Patchouli which together creates a warm earthy delight. With every Kalahari candle sale, Botanica donates $1 to the African Wildlife foundation. 
  • Nirvana is inspired by the spices and plants indigenous to India and features notes of Sandalwood, Vetiver, and a hint of a spiced citrus base. This earthy scent is cozy, and zen-like. With every Nirvana candle sale, Botanica donates $1 to PRATHAM to help child literacy in India. 
  • Rainer is inspired by the indigenous plant varieties of the Pacific Northwest and features notes of redwood, fern, lemon balm, lupine, lavender, and freshly cut florals. With every Rainer candle sale, Botanica donates $1 to the North Olympic Land Trust.  
  • Reef is inspired by a tropical paradise and features a sweet blend of tropical fruit, citrus, and sea salt. With every Reef candle sold, Botanica donates $1 to Great Barrier Reef Foundation. 
  • Teahupo's is inspired by the floral ocean breeze and features notes of fresh Tahitian flowers combined with fresh sea salt. With every Teahupo's candle sold, Botanica donates $1 to help with ocean sustainability in French Polynesia. 

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