Keap WILD FIGS COCONUT WAX CANDLE

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KEAP WILD FIGS COCONUT WAX CANDLE

Poured with sustainable coconut wax and master perfumer scents in Brooklyn, NY, by independent candle maker Keap, the Wild Figs fragrance evokes the sensuous aroma of freshly plucked wild figs and bramble berries. Perfect for adding a touch of sultry mystery to a bedroom, or wherever takes your fancy. 

Notes of Figs, Fig leaves, Rockrose (Labdanum), Blackcurrent, Blackberries and Hawthorn. Comes in a branded box with a handy coaster and packet of matches.

Each candle is made with a slow burning coconut wax blend and a clean burning lead free cotton wick. The tempered glass tumbler can be used again after you've burned the candle, simply wash it out and remove the no-residue label. Use it as a drinking glass, tealight holder or as a neat desk tidy!

Materials: Clean coconut wax, cotton wick, glass vessel.

Dimensions: diameter 7.5 cm, H 8.5 cm.

210 g / 50 hour burn time.

About the brand:

Founded by room mates on Keap Street in Brooklyn, NY, Keap has a mission to make better candles. That means great scents, clean design and using the purest, most sustainable materials possible. In partnership with SolarAid, each Keap candle sold supports the distribution of solar lamps to communities in need through the company's Buy a Candle, Light a Home program.

Keap's founders Steve and Harry say: "There’s a lot to love about scented candles - fine fragrance and a flickering flame transform a space, take you on a journey and inspire you to power down. But we never understood why it was impossible to buy a candle that not only smelled and looked great, but didn’t cost a fortune. Candles were either cheap, toxic and fake smelling, or way too expensive."

The pair sought to change this with their own brand and after a lot of research and perfumery courses, began making candles in their home kitchens, and toured candle manufacturers to see how the process could be improved. Keap was born soon after and they hope to inspire people to "power down" and "keep the fire burning."