The Charming Candle Co Review

A few weeks ago The Charming Candle Co sent me one of the most lovely gifts and I thought I’d tell you what I thought of it.

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The Charming Candle Co was founded in 2017, with a mission to shake up gift-giving.  They think gifts should be interesting. Each candle is fully made in the UK. The candle jar design is a bespoke illustration by a local designer. They’re all printed locally. Their wax and scents are sourced, melted, mixed and hand-poured, locally. All candles have a secret charm or ring hidden inside the candle to add a surprise.

I was sent the Piña Colada scented candle, which is one of the nicest things I’ve ever smelt. The pineapple comes through so much, but doesn’t overpower the nice creamy scent of the coconut. Even when the candle isn’t burning, the room is filled with the lovely smell.

The main thing that struck me was my anticipation to see which charm I had received. I must admit, I burnt my candle very regularly to get to the charm. I was really excited to see the little gold foil parcel poking out of the wax one day. I quickly grabbed some tweezers and pulled it out. After it had cooled down I opened the parcel to find a very sweet dainty ring.

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I like this ring because it goes will anything, and I think it suits a lot of different styles. All my friends have been interested in the candles, as they make a perfect gift which has a bit of personality.

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If you would like to purchase one of these lovely candles for a friend, relative or even yourself, go to https://www.thecharmingcandle.co and you won’t be disappointed.

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