Los Angeles candle
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Overgrown bougainvillea, canyon hiking, epic sunsets, city lights. As complex and rebellious as its hometown, Los Angeles wraps a warm, woody base with night blooming jasmine, unfolding a luxe fragrance with earthy undertones.
Top: night blooming jasmine, dry desert air, lime
Heart: sea salt, coastal sage, yarrow
Base: redwood, sea salt, beachwood
The 7.2 oz Standard Candles are hand-poured into apothecary inspired amber jars with a signature kraft label and a brass lid.
- 40-50 hr burn time
- Size: approx. 8,5 cm high and diameter 7 cm
- Perfect for medium space.
All of the ingredients are thoughtfully sourced to create safe, sustainable products that are vegan, cruelty-free, phthalate-free, and never tested on animals.
All of the candles are made with 100% domestically-grown soy wax and cotton core wicks.
How to take care of your candle?
To take care of your candle, cut off about a quarter of its wick before the first use and between uses.
Be sure to let the candle burn for 3 to 4 hours or until it is completely melted before blowing it out.
A word from Stephanie
What can I say about P.F. Candle Co. candles? A classic for me in the candle business. I discovered them years ago at Urban Outfitters and I always told myself that one day I would have my own concept store and sell these candles. Well, that's it! These candles are top quality and smell divine.
About the brand
P.F. Candle Co. is a Los Angeles-based home fragrance company owned and operated by Kristen Pumphrey and Thomas Neuberger. They believe that fragrance is an extension of your home design, and create high-quality products with accessible price points in mind.
P.F. is a completely independent business: what started as a one-woman operation in 2008 is now an entire team designing and producing our collection under one roof in Southern California. As they grow, so does their commitment to sustainability, to our planet, and to their crew who makes it all happen.
They are proud to donate a portion of their total net profits each year to local and national charities, including the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, The Natural Resources Defense Council, and the Downtown Women’s Center.