Carriere Freres Rose Mint Candle (6.5oz)
Carriere Freres Rose Mint Candle with box
$54.00

Carriere Freres

Rose Mint Candle

SKU: 39457

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Behind a matte, soft pink glass, perfumes of Damascus rose and spearmint bond. Known as the "Queen of Flowers", the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for the finesse of its scent, its elegance and its exquisite corolla of petals.

Celebrated since Antiquity, from China to Persia, and Europe to Maghreb, the rose proves once again that it is the symbol of love, beauty, and their combined frailty. By contrast, spearmint offers freshness with its deep green serrated leaves and cob-shaped pink or lilac flowers. Characteristic from North Africa's souk markets and palaces, it stands out with its exhilarating and subtle scent.

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Burn time: 45 to 50 hours.

Directions

- Never leave a lit candle unattended, and do not burn one for more than 2 hours at a time.
- Always burn a candle until the entire surface liquefies, and allow it to solidify before re-lighting.
- Keep the wick trimmed to ¼ inch at all times, to avoid any black smoke. Gently re-position the wick while the wax is still molten.
- Always protect the surface on which the candle rests.
- Once only ¼ inch of wax remains, blow out the candle and let it fully cool before safely discarding it.

Ingredients + Benefits

Wick (Pure Cotton), Fragrance, Wax

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

In 1884, Carrière Frères was founded by the erudite and entrepreneurial Carrière brothers. Well-versed in 18th century wax craftsmanship, yet passionate about patents and new inventions, they set out to reinvent the candle-making process.

Carrière Frères candles feature a unique wax formula that allows for a clean and even burn. Inspired by the indomitable spirit of scientific discovery, Carrière Frères now explores the world of scents.

Carrière Frères candles are luxury-crafted in their own Normandy factory in France.
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